How to make this cool shade a winter warmer…
Hey gorgeous people! Hope you had a great start of the week after a lovely weekend. I’m just about recovered from my friends’ hen do, which involved a lot of 1920s fun and champagne! See my look from the night on Instagram, would love to hear your thoughts on how I styled the H&M x Balmain trousers for the evening. Another reason to be in a good mood this week is that Kip and I are flying off to warmer shores this Friday and I’ll reveal all on my second installment of 1 Scarf 6 Ways series. Do check out the first part here if you haven’t had a chance yet.
Now onto todays look. Despite me sneaking off to catch some winter sun, I’m a really excited for Christmas. You should see how beautiful London is looking at the moment with all the lights and decorated shop windows as well as plenty of cute adverts on TV (can’t get enough of the Sainsbury’s cat)! With the weather getting frostier by the day, I decided to give my blacks and greys a break and approach the winter whites. For majority of us this shade is reserved for bright weather or skiing, but I love chunky white jumpers, wooly white trousers and knitted scarfs.
When opting to wear the same shade head to toe I think it’s important to play with tones, shapes and textures to stop it looking too one-dimensional. In August post I wore my skinny white jeans with an oversized blazer and broke it up with monochrome accessories while here I chose more neutral shades of beige to balance out the white chunky jumper. I absolutely love how cozy this Bimba y Lola jumper feels (similar at ASOS and &Daughter) and think the floaty skirt (alternative from Tibi or Topshop) provides that feminine romantic touch. The brogues give this look a more masculine edge while the Chloe Drew bag brings all the elements together. It’s one of my favourite outfits and was so pleased when the guys at Harpers Bazaar complimented me on it, I hope you like it too!
Have a wonderful week and I hope to see you back here on Friday! Xxx