The coastal granddaughter aesthetic is everywhere, but what exactly is it? An iteration of the coastal grandmother look—think neutrals and light blues in a variety of stripes and florals; cotton, linen, and other natural fibres; and a tailored look overall—the granddaughter is even more relaxed and easy-breezy, with maxi dresses and jumpsuits replacing tailored shorts and designer cardigans.
We break it down for you:
Proenza Schouler’s effortless, easy aesthetic marks this satin crepe dress with an anklegrazing silhouette, vintage-y ruffled hem and trendy keyhole cut-out: a perfect blend of old and new styling.
Available on Proenzaschouler.com; around ₹1.46 lakh
The trick to pulling off this look is to use very expensive things that somehow manage to look home-made and rustic, like this blue raffia bag from Prada.
Available on Farfetch.com; around ₹1.9 lakh
The coastal granddaughter look is all about a minimal aesthetic with lots of natural materials, like this wood and metal table with an exquisite woven rattan top.
Available on Fleck.co.in; ₹16,000
Stripes are essential to the coastal look, as featured in this relaxed-fit unisex blazer with pinstripes from Nili Lotan.
Available on Shopbop.com; around ₹1.35 lakh
It’s not all white and blue—earthy tones of green, like this hand-painted olive-green ceramic bowl from Minimal Indian—are very much a part of the look-book.
Available on Minimalindian.com; ₹2,490