Wearing Chanel bag, Christian Louboutin boots, Zara dress & jacket
November might as well be considered the awkward month of dressing. The joys of Fall layering have started to take their toll, and we’re getting less creative with each passing day. And it’s cooled down, sure, but not enough to warrant your full arsenal of Winter outerwear. So how do we stay stylish when all that lies ahead are months and months of bitterly dire weather conditions and increasingly tired options in our closets?
I’ve been asked thought instagram and blog comments to get more photos of myself and outfits, I know it’s not too much but believe me it’s damn hard to find a good photographer in Stuttgart. These pictures were taken while I was in Milan and I never thought of posting them as I was just out and about with friends; but as many of you asked for more photos I’ve decided to post them and thank you for sticking out with me and fallow me around on social medias.
Talking about my outfit we all have leather gloves, leather footwear, and a leather coat (which you can pick up for next-to-nothing at thrift stores if a new model is too pricey), but what about leather … everything else? In the spirit of Ross Geller, designers have clung to the fabric in droves, with everyone from Chanel to Mulberry capitalizing on the leather look. You can do the same: even a leather-embellished t-shirt makes a good wardrobe staple, and again, a thrifted leather car coat from the 1970s will keep you on-budget and autumn-ready.
It’s been more than a few years since thigh-high boots re-introduced themselves, and this season is just another testament to their staying power. (Which makes sense – winter is cold, you guys, it’s okay to cover up.) On the celeb front, Heidi Klum recently donned a suede style in the spirit of Emilio Pucci’s collection, while. Though breathe easy, flat aficionados: you can wear a smaller heel or even a flat style if you’d rather not risk tumbling to your death like some of us would.