It is much easier to work out how to wear lilac once you start thinking of it as pink for grown-ups.
Lilac works best when there is a lot of it, and it is not too fussy. A lilac outfit, with clean lines and simple accessories, will look a great deal less old lady-ish and is straightforward way of making a wallflower colour more assertive.
Check it out!
3.1 Phillip Lim lilac shearling jacket
3.1 Phillip Lim grit puffa wool lilac mini-skirt
Proenza Schouler burgundy leather ankle boots
Jil Sander Metallic textured leather tote
Fendi puple sunglasses
Jaeger leather pony skin gloves
Thanks to its associations with warm mulled wine, burgundy feels like the perfect hue for this time of year. Throw in a big helping of grey and you have a colour combo that is quickly becoming a fashionista’s favourite.
Opening Ceremony Purple Cash Three Button Overcoat
MSGM pleated mini skirt
Marco De Vincenzo Metallic Stiped Sweater
Laurent Decade Haircalf Patchwork leather ankle boots
Mary Katrantzou MVK Burgundy small bag
Following all the Christmas festivities, January has arrived, and no matter how hard I try to fight it, it is undoubtedly the most depressing month of the year.
Fancy beating January blues while getting comfy and warm at the same time? Check out the below!
Introducing a splash of colour into your wardrobe is an instant mood lifter.
Alexander Wang asymmetric zip ribbed-knit sweater
Opening Ceremony cobalt zip-detailed ribbed wool mini skirt
Alexander Wang Daga stretch mesh black ankle boots
Alexander Wang red Rocco handbag
How about a bit of TLC? Put a little twist on this classic LBD, as it is a party season, sequins and a splash of colour are obligatory!
Merry Christmas to you all!
Sandro Rinda sequin-embellished ponte mini dress
Nicholas Kirkwood Bi-Color-Cap-Toe Booties
Alexander Wang Racketeer Sling small calf hair shoulder bag
I never get tired of monochrome – casting off the Sixties connotations, monochrome is all about pattern play, couture detailing, geometrics and intelligent design! Add on a splash of colour to match your mood.
Christopher Kane Layered silk-organza shirt
Marco de Vincenzo mohair mini skirt
Sophia Webster Portia patent-leather T-bar pumps
Acne Studios Akoya snake-effect leather and Perspex box clutch
Christmas Party Dresses are a must-have in any winter wardrobe and this year, they are looking better than ever.
Whether you fancy sequins, love a feathered style or have been dying to try the metallic trend, there’s never been a better time to snap-up a new style.
Why not take a twist on your old LBD with this couture-worthy fusion of color and pattern that you will be able to reinvent time and again?
Marco de Vincenzo Wave dress
Proenza Schouler Metallic Leather sandals
Mary Katrantzou MVK black cross body handbag
This season designers have gone gaga over the shearling and fluffy coats in all forms and shapes.
To me, shearling is the autumn’s equivalent of the leather jacket so it has indeed become my winter wardrobe staple. Shearling permeates every major trend this season: oversized, folk ’70s, utilitarian, you name it. So I guess, the question is not if you are going to be wearing shearling, but how you will be wearing shearling this season. Luckily, the answer is – any way you want! If you, like me – love being warm and fashionable at the same time (and it is not always easy) you will most likely be the proud owner of at least a few of these beauties in different colours and shapes.
However, there is always the possibility that the idea of a shearling coat simply does not appeal to you or is just too much for you you. No need to fret, you can always acknowledge the trend via accessories, shearling-lined buckled boots, shearling tote, shearling scarf, everything goes!
is one of many talented British designers who started his label in 1995, creating super soft and tactile ready-to-wear and accessories from the finest shearling and leather. Inspired by natural skins and their unique qualities, his cozy-chic collection of shearling leather and sumptuous fur has me fallen head over heels for his designs.
This shearling coat has been handcrafted in England. The soft beige and gray hues make it go with everything from denim to tailored trousers. I love the sumptous shearling collar, buckled waist belt and asymmetric zip through front. The sheared shearling interior makes it even more desirable!
– best known for her breakthrough prints – is one of my favorite Birish designers. This Athens-born Wunderkind, launched her eponymous label in 2008, showcasing a perfect balance of flawless tailoring, structured shapes, intelligent use of digital patterns and daring kaleidoscopic prints.
Rendered in rich tri-tone leather, this small bag is perfect for holding all your essentials and a high-style choice for teaming up with printed separates. Made in neutral earthy tones of nougat, black and ivory leather, it features a square body, front flap close with two internal compartments and a detachable strap so can be used as a clutch. I love the structured design and ultra chic look that oozes sophistication! One of my favourite bags to date! I am slowly collecting her treasured designs in my wardrobe so brace yourself for more of her hyper-real prints and daring designs!
I slipped on this Modern Vintage
Jameson suede ankle bootie in a beautiful taupe colour to add composure and class to my ensemble. The rubber platform is accompanied by a 4 1/2 inch heel height that gives your legs a flattering lift you are looking for.
Ready to venture out!
Like my style? Why not sign up for weekly updates!