Suits are gearing up to be the next big thing in the fashion scene. Several designers like Tibi, Jil Sander, Victoria Beckham, and more are borrowing from the boys, playing with the closet staple's silhouettes and cuts to fit women. And as expected, these ladies are on top of the latest fashion trends. See how you can creatively wear suits below!


Georgina Wilson is a master of wearing shapely blazers. But here, she she opts for a power color in a slouchy silhouette, taking a decidedly feminine approach to the usually structured pantsuitWe love how she punctuated her outfit with a pair of feathered Prada heels in a flirty pink hue.

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Soon-to-be mom Isabelle Daza proves you can pull off a stylish suit even with a baby bump. She keeps to the relaxed feel of the plaid coordinates by wearing white platform lace-ups and a powder blue Loewe Barcelona bag. Take note of how baring her toned legs in a short suit balances the volume on the upper half of her body.


Meanwhile, Bea Soriano-Dee’s Wes Anderson filtered burnt orange ensemble makes a case for monochromatic dressing. We especially love the boxy silhouette, a clear and polished nod to the retro years.

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