For the last few years, Texan model Erin Wasson has become almost as famous for her style as she has for her modeling career. Like a true businesswoman, Erin has channeled her knack for fashion into a successful design career and occasional styling jobs. With a style that mixes rocker chic with grunge elements, Erin Wasson is a muse to many.
Since the beginning of her modeling career, Erin has walked the runways for such heavyweights as Balenciaga, Gucci and Karl Lagerfeld. She has graced the covers of Elle, Allure and French Vogue and has fronted campaigns for Michael Kors and Rolex. Since 2002, she has been the international face of beauty brand Maybelline.
Although she spends plenty of time in the spotlight, Erin embraces a down-to-earth style that is effortless and cool. Whether you prefer Erin in an edgy mini dress or in skintight leather, our model muse always impresses.
For our first foray (far left) into Erin’s style, we’ve chosen an ensemble that seems to be very, well, Erin; an edgy lace dress paired with chunky boots and a side sling bag. For a similar style, we like Free People’s Holly’s Lace Shift Mini Dress ($98) paired with these Ace Leather Strapped Lace-Up Ankle Boots ($45.89) from Asos.
When it comes to keeping casual, Erin knows how to play it cool (second from left). Here she pairs a simple bandage skirt with a loose-fit tee and a pair of patent Oxfords (of course, Erin was one of the first to embrace the reemergence of the Oxford). For a similarly stylish outfit, try LnA’s Loose V Neck Tee ($69) with this Colorblock Bandage Mini Skirt ($38) from Arden B. Add Free People’s Echo Oxford ($99.95) for the finishing touch.
For a Fashion Week event (middle), Erin paired a red military blazer with grungy skinny jeans and flat ankle boots. For a similar rocker-chic style, we like Alloy’s Military Blazer ($44.90) and BDG’s Cigarette Ankle Jean ($54). Add French Connection’s Rae Boot ($136.80) to finish off the look.
When it comes to showing off her legs, Erin doesn’t always choose miniskirts. Here (second from right) she opts for some tiny cut-off denim shorts that are perfectly contrasted with an oversized men’s button-down shirt. For a similar look, we like this Sheer Button Up Top ($68) from Free People paired with these Camilla Cut Off Denim Shorts ($158) by Siwy. Finish off the look with Dolce Vita’s Beam Platforum Pumps ($155).
Finally, if you want to go for all out rock-chic, Erin’s leather and blazer combo (far right) is the way to go. Try Blank’s Leather Skinny Pant ($158) with Helene Berman’s Long Boyfriend Blazer ($129.18).
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