Dreary weather inevitably dampens my spirits – particularly when the downpour unleashes itself onto my newly blown dry hair – but instead of following the suit and dressing in black and grey, combat the gloom by adding a splash of colour to your outfit.
On my Paris weekend getaway I took a walk on the wild side of Boutique by Jaeger by wearing these fierce multi-coloured 60-ties inspired Leopard print trousers, still available at Jaeger website at a very reasonable price of £29.
They are perfectly cropped and tailored to a very flattering fit and I really like the pure cotton feel and purple/orange hues infused to the print.
Injecting the colour might not make the sun come out but sporting a fun hue certainly keeps things playful and is the coolest way to combat rainy blues.
I wore them with a monochrome bow T-shirt from Topshop I bought some time ago. This very simple yet striking top always goes a long way when I just don’t want to try too hard. While, the bow makes it cute and girly, matched with these fabulous trousers it unchains fun and fierce look.
My shoe choice was L.K. Bennett – these Selina Mock Croc high heeled courts are simply gorgeous redefining glamour.
The utterly modern silhouette is complemented by the fresh interpretation of the classic bow design that just dazzles.
What do you think?