Miami Chic Goes Sexy in Slacks

 

Midnight toned slacks was the look du jour for several fashionistas at the Diane von Furstenberg cocktail party held at Bal Harbour's Saks Fifth Avenue.

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By Annie Vazquez anniecvazquez@gmail.com

 

Designer Diane von Furstenberg was in town this past weekend making several stops at various Miami shopping destinations. Miami Chic caught up with the powerhouse at a cocktail event held at Saks Fifth Avenue in the Shops of Bal Harbour. We found several fashionista fans of DVF donning her designs and other attendees rocking other labels. Our first group of style setters played it safe in classic midnight tinged pants (from left to right).[Photos by George Martinez]

 

Name: Sandy Lee Alvarez

Age: 27

Occupation: Makeup & hair stylist of Sandy Lee Artistry

Neighborhood: South Miami

Why Miami Chic: Everything from her wavy ombre locks to her sheer printed cobalt blouse and wide-legged raven pants screams effortless cool girl. 

Label Love: Blush boutique black pants, Nordstrom top, Forever 21 bag and cuff.

Inspiration: “I’m all about flowy outfits and being comfortable.”

 

Name: Dirk DeSouza

Age: 43

Occupation: Marketing & PR Consultant 

Neighborhood: Miami Beach

Why Miami Chic: A classic look that breathes simple elegance. 

Label Love: Hugo Boss suit and shoes. Filippa K shirt 

Inspiration: “It’s night time appropriate and Hugo Boss fits me well.”

 

Name: Brandon Grant 

Age: 27

Occupation: Director of Marketing for Miami Magazine

Neighborhood: Miami Beach

Why Miami Chic: We love a guy who knows how to adopt the latest looks for fall and he certainly owns the color blocking trend in this getup.

Label Love: Freemont blazer and Zara sweater, pants and shoes.

Inspiration: “It’s my first color blocking for fall.”

 

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