how to dress like mary-kate and ashley
with styling tips from elizabeth & james and the row
photo courtesy of elizabeth &amp; james
photo courtesy of elizabeth & jamesWhen in doubt, tuck your hair into your XXL turtleneck.
photo courtesy of elizabeth & jamesInstead of skinny jeans, pair your oversized sweater (or sweaterdress!) with a below-the-knee skirt.
photo courtesy of elizabeth & jamesGoodbye, color- blocking....hello, pattern-blocking.
photo courtesy of elizabeth & jamesParkas look better when layered over a black dress.
photo courtesy of elizabeth & jamesIt might sound weird on paper, but pairing a swingy below-the-knee skirt, a turtleneck, and a cropped moto jacket together looks surprisingly fresh. The key? Load up the peekaboo layers in similar color palettes.
photo courtesy of elizabeth & jamesThe recipe for the easiest (and chicest) outfit ever includes an all-black baseline (in this case, trousers, top, and shoes) and a statement coat. Very Ashley, don’t you think?
photo courtesy of elizabeth & jamesWhen in doubt, belt your jacket.
photo courtesy of the rowThrow your cashmere blanket over your outfit as a pseudo-coat. Hey, it’s totally what Mary-Kate would do...
photo courtesy of the rowThe bigger the turtleneck collar, the better (bonus points if it doubles as a neck-warmer).
photo courtesy of the rowGo head-to-toe in menswear--the trick is making sure everything is slim fit.
photo courtesy of the rowPare down your flowing dresses with shoes from the men’s department.