Practical fashion is all about problem solving: absorbent fabrics, smart soles, even creative bag placement. But a shrug seems to indicate the opposite. What good is a pullover, with loose sleeves, if there’s no body part to go with it? In its simplicity, however, the shrug – or bolero, as it is often referred to – is proving to be a style worth trying.

Amy Smilovic, founder and creative director of Tibi, said: “I’ve always found it interesting to have a ‘trend’ that is also highly applicable – when those two worlds intersect, it’s amazing. . “I really love tops – something about balancing out a pair of wide-leg pants, wide-legs or really full skirt is fun for me. But when it gets colder, a The ruffled shirt will help keep you warm.”

Trending celebrities like Emily Ratajkowski, Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner, Olivia Rodrigo and Paloma Elsesser flaunt their individuality while bouncing, proving that it’s easy to style with a yoga outfit as well as with trendy streetwear. Smilovic argues that there is a pragmatism: “It certainly has a modern feel. (The designer coined the term ‘creative pragmatist’ to highlight women who seek reverent clothing.) honor individual expression with function).

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