If you're searching for a unique wedding look, let Karlie Kloss provide you with a little inspiration
Karlie Kloss co-hosted the CFDA x Vogue Fashion Fund cocktail party last night alongside fashion industry professionals Eva Chen from Instagram and Vogue’s Mark Holgate. To the event, Kloss wore a stunning, white, wedding-appropriate outfit from Adam Selmen, and totally turned heads.
Kloss’ attire looked like a chic mix of glamour and vintage-inspired sophistication: Over her belted, midi-length skirt and satin tank, she added a starchy collared shirt that hung to match the length of her skirt for added effect. On her feet she donned nude, pointy-toe pumps, giving her legs a never-ending look.
After seeing the supermodel looking so elegant in the all-white ensemble, we couldn’t help but wonder if the starlet is doing a test-run for any upcoming nuptials? After all, she and boyfriend Joshua Kushner have been seeing each other for quite some time.
We can only speculate about Kloss’ own nuptials — but this dreamy look definitely has us hearing wedding bells in the distance (perhaps they’re yours?).
Aside from this picture-perfect offbeat bridal look, what’s been most noticeable about Kloss’ appearance as of late is her platinum blonde hair. She told Vogue that her new ‘do makes her feel “like a bit of an ice queen!”
The starlet has been rocking the platinum since back in July, when she first posted a photo of the look to Instagram. In captioning the shot, Kloss said “went platinum without the album.”
Based on how great she looks, clearly no album is needed.
After taking a closer look at Kloss’ all-white outfit, this may be one of our favorite looks from the supermodel yet. Although she recently announced that it’s been 10 years since she made her fashion month debut, we’ve gotta say, Kloss is looking every bit as good as her early days walking in NYFW for the first time.
Just for fun, here’s her #TBT Instagram post, showing off her first-ever Calvin Klein show:
Perhaps the age-old saying is true: Some people age like fine wine. Kloss is definitely one of them.