September Style Council: Rachael Taylor
The star of NBC’s upcoming show Crisis loves minimalist-chic pieces with a menswear-inspired twist. Case in point: Her classic boyfriend blazer by Theyskens’ Theory, stylish oxblood mini skirt and lace-up oxfords.
Rachael shined in an all-over embellished Jenni Kayne top with silky striped Suno pants. Jenni Kayne flats added a comfy, modern touch.
Minimal accessories and slicked back hair are all you need if you’re wearing an eye-catching embossed leather LBD like Rachael’s Cushnie et Ochs one. A trendy striped Edie Parker clutch and Bill Blass heels were the perfect finishing touches.
We’d want to run errands too if we could look as effortlessly stylish as Rachael did in cropped Joseph skinnies, a basic top and a collarless Helmut Lang blazer. Add-ons like her chain strap Saint Laurent crossbody and flat booties were understated, yet polished.
We love the masculine-cool appeal of this outfit, from the mixed material coat and leather R13 pants to the striped button-down and Theyskens’ Theory sweater. She finished the look with green and navy Proenza Schouler heels.
Rachael’s Proenza Schouler cap-toe heels make another stylish appearance! This time, she paired them with a slinky dress by The Row for a look that was tomboyish with a twist.
Rachael looked tough yet sophisticated in an all-black Theyskens’ Theory outfit that showed off her décolleté. Eye-catching strappy heels looked playful, while a bright white Céline envelope clutch created a cool contrast.
Rachel veered from her traditional neutrals in a hot pink tea-length dress by Reed Krakoff. A sheer panel added sex appeal without being too revealing.
Rachael went for an easy, polished look in Calvin Klein Collection. A box clutch, retro sunglasses and strappy heels worked together for a perfect end-of-summer vibe.
The actress smartly offset a printed mini skirt with a crewneck white top and tailored Helmut Lang blazer. Flat, strappy sandals made it a comfy yet cute on-the-go look.