Meet our style icon of the week: Lilia Buckingham.
Why we love her style: Lilia has the perfect balance of fierce and fashionable, soft and sweet. She makes it clear that she knows who she is and what she stands for, but isn’t afraid to express her vulnerable and creative sides. In other words, an icon.
We’ve gathered 5 pieces to Lilia-fy your style this season, plus a look back on some of Lilia’s most memorable fits through the years.
1: Black Bodysuit
A long-sleeved black bodysuit is the perfect piece to layer under dresses, or pair with trouser pants and denim during colder weather. You can’t go wrong with this staple.
Tip: Try a turtleneck for a more professional vibe.
Check out a black bodysuit at Lulu’s for $38.
2: Summery Dress
Lilia’s sweet, romantic style is accentuated with soft pieces—skirts and dresses of varying lengths, paired with simple tees and tanks. Pair with white sneakers for a casual mood, or try sandals when you’re feeling extra.
Check out a striped ruffle dress from H&M for $39.99.
Just when you think you knew Lila’s style, she changes it up, swapping flowing dresses for sleek, tailored pants. How she keeps her aesthetic throughout? Pastels.
Check out pastel pants from Pretty Little Thing for $28.
Lilia’s simple hair clips can dress up a relaxed outfit, dress down a fancy one, and give the impression that you’re organized and ready for the day—but you don’t take yourself too seriously.
Check out a pack of barrettes on Amazon for $3.99.
5: V-neck Sweater
Through the colder months, Lilia’s smart use of sweaters gives her a perfectly preppy aesthetic. Stay warm and stylish with a sweater pattern that’s sure to upgrade your look. From argyle to stripes, the world is yours!
Check out a V-neck sweater from Gap for $45.
For more iconic looks, visit Lilia Buckingham’s Instagram!
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Feature Image Credit: Lilia Buckingham Instagram
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