Off-Shoulder Tops, Denim, and More: Rym Saidi’s January Wardrobe Is All Things Cool
While Rym Saidi is often seen in stunning gowns and floor-grazing dresses, one would be remiss to think her casual style isn’t just as remarkable. The Dubai-based Tunisian actor recently offered a glimpse into her off-duty wardrobe via a photo dump of OOTD pictures with plenty of inspiration to go around.
Stars, they are just like us. The former Vogue Arabia cover star proved that an elevator selfie can’t be resisted when it comes to showing off your outfit by sharing the series of photos with her 1.7 million Instagram followers. Keeping the best for the first, the opening look showed the mother-of-two in a smart-casual, all-black ensemble consisting of a blazer by Lebanese designer Boudi Dib and YSL jeans. The highlight? An off-shoulder asymmetrical bodysuit that has fast become a street style favorite and has been spotted on It girls like Bella Hadid. Saidi’s particular décollatage-baring number was by New York-based brand Alix, known for its bodycon dresses and cold shoulder bodysuits.
Those who wish to make a statement with the top can let Saidi’s second look be their guide. The actor wore another bodysuit in green from the same brand, but on its own this time, and paired it with loose-fitted blue denims from B Sides Jeans for a more relaxed look. With a pair of white sneakers from Common Projects and a Dior monogram bag, her outfit was complete. In another standout ensemble in the photo gallery, Saidi showed us how best to wear a sleeveless knitted top. The actor wore her off-white pick from Sportmax with a pair of pleated trousers from Lebanon-based brand Life and elevated the whole look by tying a sweater around her neck. The last and the most casual look of them all saw the star in the classic white shirt (H&M), blue jeans (Grlfrnd), and white sneakers (Common Projects) combination, accessorized with Dior and Louis Vuitton bags.
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