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Celebrity stylist Sophie Lopez is known for her boundary-pushing style (and all of the times Kate Hudson rocked a jumpsuit). When it comes to trends, she's no follower, but there were three from this past fashion month she could at least get behind…long enough to put her own spin on them, of course.
"These three trends are what I'm gravitating to the most, at the moment," noted the pro. "I don't always like to follow what's happened on the runway, but I make them work for me and my clients by putting personal touches on them."
Keep reading for Sophie's runway favorites and how she'd style them—with her signature rebel twist.
Lingerie as Day Wear: "When it comes to lingerie, there have been a ton of slip dresses and camisoles on the runway—which, obviously, means there's a lot of skin showing," said the stylist. "I like the idea of putting something like a silk slip dress or camisole over a vintage T-shirt, so the shirt is underneath. It will mess up and contrast the dainty sexiness of the lingerie, you know, and harden it up a bit. I think that will also make it more wearable in the daytime."
Light-Weight Denim, Always: "For spring, we're seeing paler, lighter shades of denim in general. On the runway, they mainly show it as day wear, but I like the idea of wearing the textile as evening wear," said Sophie. "There are so many great products, like denim maxi dresses and coats. When worn (and styled) correctly, they can be worn at night—denim is no longer just for casual occasions. To wear them at night is unexpected and rebellious, especially when worn to cocktail events. Dress them up with a great pair of heels, a clutch and jewelry. I would even put denim on the red carpet, if it was the right outfit," concluded the expert.
‘70s Glam: "I like the ‘70s trend, and it doesn't seem to be going anywhere. For me, my style isn't very boho or hippie-esque. However, I like flares, I like culottes, I like the cropped flares and I like the idea of mixing true ‘70s fashion with heavier more rock ‘n' roll pieces," claimed the fashion maven. "I think Hedi Slimane did really well with the Saint Laurent show in LA. There were sparkling culottes paired with biker jackets and dark shirts, so it's almost like ‘70s glam. Rock star glam. Less tan and fringing, I think it's really cool to do ‘70s with heavy edge. With big black platforms and maybe some Ray-Bans and a vintage T-shirt—you know, toughen it up."