Grey – is there any better tran-seasonal colour? This gorgeous light grey is the perfect staple palette that will take you from Autumn to Winter. Easily worn with white or black (and every other colour in between!) and yet it brings such a fresh vibe to your wardrobe through every season. I dedicated this outfit to a monochromatic theme, by sticking with light grey throughout, introducing white in these tailored pants and letting the light grey become a bold but classy print. I’ve teamed the light weight pants and ribbed, high neck top with a thick fleecy vest to transition this look from the warmer months into the cooler season.
Don’t go overboard with accesssories. A simple watch or fine necklace and earrings will accomplish the perfect minimalist look! Remember – less is more!
Take this look further for Winter, by adding a cropped, chunky, turtle neck knit under the vest! Don’t forget to team it with a broad felt hat for a complete Winter look!
Vest – Morning Mist
Top – Topshop
Pants – Bardot
Shoes – Lipstick
Watch – Marc by Marc Jacobs
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The days pass in the blink of an eye in NYC. One minute it’s sunrise and the next, it’s dusk. It’s such a fast paced city with something happening everywhere, all the time. In a busy city like this, the best thing you can do is just take it all in. Explore the streets and cafe’s that are rich in character and admire the fashion and style that surrounds you. The boutique’s are one thing but just by walking through the city, you find yourself face to face with the trends and labels fresh off the catwalk. Everyone with their own unique and individual style, wanting to turn heads on what can only be imagined as their own runway – the city streets.
Keeping in with the tone of “turning heads”, this look is a little more edgy to create a grungy street look. We all know grunge’s best friend is ripped jeans so where would this look be without a pair? Instead of the typical (but ever so loved) boyfriend fit, I chose the mum jeans. Mum jeans are a little more tapered at the leg and usually are a mid waist to create a feminine silhouette. A chunky grey knit for warmth layered with my staple piece (the black leather biker jacket), to outline the waist, creates the ultimate minimalist street look. Finishing off the look with a chunky grey scarf, an oversized bag of the same colour palette and my go-to black booties. This look can easily be adjusted to suit different climates simply by just adding and removing layers! Swap the booties for Birkenstocks and add a basic tee and sun hat to transform this outfit from winter to summer!
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Jacket – Portmans
Chunky Knit – Supre
Scarf – Street Market
Bag – Marc by Marc Jacobs
Standing on the corner of Bleecker Street and Perry Street. Perry Street being the address of one Miss Carrie Bradshaw! The well known brown stone apartment is actually in the West Village district of Manhattan, and boy does it have character! The coffee shops, boutiques and cosy restaurants on Bleecker Street are to die for – especially to a first time New York visitor like myself. So much character in this neighbourhood but have I mentioned how freezing it is in a New York Spring time? FREEZING!
Fashion is definately a top priority to me when putting together an outfit but how can you accomplish style with comfort and warmth at the same time? Because sometimes dressing like an eskimo is necessary!
My tip: Attention to the finer details. If you have to wear the thick black coat and the comfy, warm jeans then try to add your own style with different textures and neutral tones in your outfit. This jacket was a bargain find and I bought it here in New York because it was such a freezing day and I needed something thicker. But just because you need that thick, puffy coat doesn’t mean it has to be plain and boring. The first thing that caught my eye about this jacket was the faux fur trim on the hood – warm and chic! The gold hardware adds femininity and more attention to detail. I also love an anorak with a draw string waist to add a silhouette, to what can sometimes seem like a frumpy overcoat.
The ankle boots are simple, yet still a contrasting fabric with a chelsea gusset for easy styling. And now for my favourite part – the handbag! I am a handbag girl at heart (there’s no denying it!) because the possibilities are endless. I truly believe that the handbag is the outfit’s exclamation point, and in this case it stands to be true. A handbag can make or break an outfit. I decided to go with a contrasting taupe handbag, to my black outfit, to give the bag the attention it deserves! I found my new Marc by Marc Jacobs bag right here in New York and I loved the way the neutral tones in the faux fur complemented the taupe leather.
When push comes to shove and you don’t have a lot of flexibility with your outfit, may it be due to weather, living out of a suitcase etc focus your attention into the smaller details of your outfit for a stronger look overall.
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It’s Monday already?
Let’s be honest. Monday mornings are all about going back to work. But we don’t want to think about more than what we already have to, right? That’s why this outfit is a no-brainer!
Jeans are everybody’s go-to piece aren’t they? Well here’s how to spice them up in a few easy steps…
1. Don’t be afraid to try a different cut! Bootleg, straight, skinny, we’ve seen them all. But trying a different cut can transform your basics into your fashion forward piece. Today I chose the ‘a-cuff’ jeans. Fitted in the thigh like a skinny, falling down the calf like a boyfriend and finishing just above the ankle with a scrunched, elasticised hem. But this style isn’t for everyone. Why not try a ripped or distressed boyfriend, a high waisted pair with a tailored top at the waist to accentuate, or the ever-so-stylish-this-season ankle grazer cut?
Tip: Don’t have ankle grazer jeans and don’t want to spend the extra cash? Take a pair of regular skinny’s and cuff the hems to sit an inch above the ankle. Great for summer and for showing off a pair of pumps!
2. Jeans and t-shirt, right? Not right. And no I’m not saying that jeans and a tee are not great together. But don’t let that idea limit you. Jeans are very versatile. Match it with a softer blouse for femininity, drape a blazer over your shoulders, add a classic pointed heel. Your jeans are now the staple piece for your evening wardrobe too!
3. ACCESSORISE! Don’t want your jeans to seem plain? Don’t dress them plain! Accessorising is one of the most important things to dressing up the drab. I’m not a big accessories girl either. A long necklace, chunky watch and a couple of rings and your new outfit is complete!
Remember, style is all about the way you wear it!
Top – Sportsgirl
Lace crop – General Pants
Jeans – Sportsgirl
Sandals – Betts
Accessories – Tiffanys, Marc Jacobs, Pandora
This laser cut midi is rated highly on my list for many reasons. Let’s start with its laser cut detailing. The pattern is constant through the whole piece. What makes this garment so unique is how the slip underneath stops at the knees, to reveal the laser cut pattern against your skin tone. Black isn’t usually the colour I would go for in Summer, but in this piece, and its detailing, it doesn’t appear as heavy as most black fabric’s tend to do. This skirt would also be a great transition piece into Autumn and Winter! I teamed this look with a soft mint, zip back, crop and a tan, block heel sandal. So the tan in my shoes didn’t get lost under the black skirt, I accessorised with a floppy, felt hat in a similar tone. This whole look doesn’t only look great from day to night but it’s oh so comfy too! What’s your go-to comfy summer outfit?
Top & Skirt – Bardot
Shoes – Betts
Hat – Cotton on