Playful layering with a bit of Nineties edge was the name of the game at Elizabeth and James. “We started off with a lot of plaids, so we sort of wanted to expand on that,” said Mary-Kate Olsen. A plaid shirtdress was cleverly shown in multiple looks — as a shirt, for one, tucked into an embroidered tube skirt with the plaid hem peaking out from below, and as a jacket, worn open over a white T-shirt and cropped wide-leg pants.

Other Nineties revivals came via a long printed mesh dress that alluded to Gaultier, and the below-the-knee swing skirts paired with cozy sweaters and loafers.

Playful layering with a bit of Nineties edge was the name of the game at Elizabeth and James. “We started off with a lot of plaids, so we sort of wanted to expand on that,” said Mary-Kate Olsen. A plaid shirtdress was cleverly shown in multiple looks — as a shirt, for one, tucked into an embroidered tube skirt with the plaid hem peaking out from below, and as a jacket, worn open over a white T-shirt and cropped wide-leg pants.

Other Nineties revivals came via a long printed mesh dress that alluded to Gaultier, and the below-the-knee swing skirts paired with cozy sweaters and loafers.

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