Simple and effective
As I get older I find myself pulling away from prints in favour of tonal dressing. Wearing multiple shades of the same colour looks polished and timeless while giving off a sense of sartorial confidence – not many would dare wear bright pink and orange head to toe.
This winter, however, I’m following in the footsteps of Max Mara, Stella McCartney, The Row, Prada and Hermès and sticking to shades of beige, white, sorbet pink, and grey.
The icy white look is one of the trickiest combinations to get right, but after analysing the styling on the runways, there are several tips to follow that will help you get it right each time.
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Play with textures, for example, chunky knit and leather, to prevent the outfit from looking one dimensional
The hues don’t have to match. Mixing up different shades of the same colour feels effortless and contemporary
Looks sharp in a tailored cut, be it a blazer or trousers
Experiment with different lengths, shapes and volumes to elevate your look further
Add a pop of colour to your lips