“In the last few years, I’ve become more comfortable with my own style,” 31-year-old Eiza González tells Vogue. For the actor, fashion is less keeping up with the Joneses and more of a tool of her self-expression. “The older you get, the more you have to wear things that reflect who you are,” she says. Flicking through her closet, you’ll find designers from her native Mexico, fashion that suits her on-the-go lifestyle, and garments that honor fall within her personal preferences for color and silhouette. González knows that works for her and sticks with it—and a handful of these pieces are showcased in this edition of 7 Days, 7 Looks.
To kick off the week, González dons an outfit she’d wear to meetings; it’s as stylish as it is indicative of her personal style evolution. “I used to feel like I had to be very serious in a buttoned-up shirt and a suit, and I just felt fake doing that. So now, I let my style come through, and this [outfit] feels chic and fun but very serious and mature, but at the same time organically me,” she says. “I have become very obsessed with oversized outfits…I feel like the older I get, the more comfortable I get in my body, and I don’t feel like I have to wear everything super tight.” The actress’ flowy, bright-hued blouse and sleek trousers have a deeper meaning to González, too. Both pieces are by Mexican designer Sandra Weil, one of the many Latinx talent González champions in this video alone. “I like that she brings the colors of Mexico and that vibrance from that culture into her clothes,” she explains.
As González moves through the week in looks, it’s clear that many of her outfits are also designed to fit her always on-the-go lifestyle. “I’m currently tricoastal, which means I live in an eternal jetlag,” she laughs. Her day-to-night look, for example, consists of a pair of Wrangler jeans as a base, “they’re so comfortable… You’ll sometimes see me in the same jeans for days and days and days!” she says. First, she pairs them with a Khaite knit bralette and coordinating cardigan. “The color is just gorgeous. Khaite does incredible tops; they’re so sexy, so chic.” For night, “I just changed the top,” she says of her black cutout shirt, also by her beloved Khaite. The impact of the quick-change is ideal for the always in commute actor. “You go in, you change your top, you zhoosh your hair, you work it, you feel a little bit sexy, a little bit of vavavoom… and we’re ready to go!”
“I feel like fashion is that thing that we can really use to transform into a different version of ourselves,” González says. From the polished Adam Selman Sport workout set she lives in to her date-night hot Pink satin mini skirt set from Tom Ford, see our whirlwind preview of González’s thoughtful and fun wardrobe.