How One NYC Fashion Illustrator Puts Her Spin On 2 Fall Style Staples

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Beautiful fall style comes down to subtle touches: a rolled sleeve, a flared hem, velvety-soft textures. Sometimes, an artist’s eye is necessary for capturing that attention to detail and realizing a well-crafted piece’s full potential.That’s why we tapped fashion illustrator Nadeesha Godamunne of @mokshini to put her spin on two of fall’s most statement-making looks from AG — the jumpsuit and the slip dress.

Mokshini’s individuality and creativity splashes from her canvas to her day-to-day style, which made partnering with AG — a fashion team championing self-expression through quality style staples — a natural fit. Ahead, see how Mokshini’s penchant for playful lines and rich colors turns her fall style into a work of art.

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The Jumpsuit, 2 Ways

Whether you’re getting crafty in the studio or running out for breakfast with friends, the Gwendolyn jumpsuit makes keeping it casual look effortlessly chic. Mokshini paired hers with a classic rolled-sleeve tee and subtle gold jewelry.

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Lean into a dressier look while still keeping the black denim jumpsuit front and center. For Mokshini, leveling up was as easy as a top swap — choosing a silky blouse in a bold graphic print.

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The Slip Dress, 2 Ways

The beauty of a well-designed slip dress is its versatility. Kept simple with a few well-placed bangles, the Scarlet dress’ satiny fabric shines comfortably in the spotlight.

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Mokshini switches it up by adding an outer layer in a coordinating netural hue. The linen duster covered in her one-of-a-kind illustrations keeps the look on-trend but unexpected.