Our Head Of Fashion’s Picks Of The Month
Channelling Old Celine and new Bottega, The Frankie Shop is delivering on minimalist cool right now. From oversized blazers to trend-lead skirts, it’s my current go-to for fashion-forward pieces without the hefty price tags.
Not too big, not too small, ideal for all my everyday essentials. Love the burgundy hue to add a touch of colour to my predominantly monochrome wardrobe.
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It was love at first sight when i say this faux shearling number from Mango. It may still feel like summer outside but its never too early to buy your winter coat. The double breasted shape gives it a more fashionable cut and love the contrast buttons to exagererate the shape.
THE FINAL TOUCH
I'm not one for statement jewellery, and prefer to wear pieces that I never have to take off which become part of my daily uniform. These huggies and studs from Otiumberg are simple and delicate but when worn together can make a big impact.
THE TRANSEASONAL SHIRT
In a light seersucker, this shirt is the perfection transitional piece for those warmer autumn days. I'll be styling mine with grey jeans and a western boot.
THE FOREVER BOOT
Number one on my new season checklist is always new boots and Saint Laurent or Marant are top of the list. Not only would these go with every outfit in my wardrobe, the heel is also suitable for everyday wear.
THE OFF-DUTY LAYER
The perfect off-duty layer, I’ll pair mine with tailoring for a casual chic look.
Leather (faux or real) is always a staple for autumn/winter. Team chunky knits with leather mini skirts (or shorts) as a great alternative to denim. There are so many good leather shirts and blouses around this season, I’m tempted to trial head-to-toe leather! Watch this space...
THE EVERYDAY BLOUSE
Check flannel shirts are often on the more androgynous side, but I love the soft pink tone and ruffled collar that give this blouse a softer, more feminine look.
Sezane’s new collection of cozy knits and everyday blouses combines pretty pastels with classic neutrals and might even tempt me away from my go-to monochrome.
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