Knitwear is the style staple of the season. Proof that winter can be both stylish and warm, and the perfect addition to weather that bullies us into layering. My wardrobe is overflowing with it, and yet when I recently browsed the H&M website there were three more pieces that I couldn’t bear not to purchase.
Over the years, Zara has become one of my favourite places to refresh my wardrobe. The Zara Autumn Winter collections are always filled with some amazing pieces, so at this time of year, I tend to make at least a few purchases. Between popping into stores and browsing online, I’ve recently added some perfect staples to my wardrobe. Here are the six that I’ve enjoyed styling lately.
I’ve been inspired by Parisian chic for a very long time. Years ago, The Devil Wears Prada introduced me to the glamour that is Paris fashion week, but my recent visit to the capital showed me a different angle. Exploring the city myself gave me a much greater appreciation for the overall vibe as well as its classic street style.
The weather in the UK recently has done a great job of confirming that it is, in fact, spring. The sun has been out quite consistently and whilst some days are colder than others, I’ve definitely been reaching for fewer layers. The casual shirt dress is a style I love to wear throughout spring: it’s versatile and looks put together without requiring much effort at all. Recently, ELVI kindly allowed me to choose two items from their spring collection and these are my picks:
A faux fur coat has quickly become one of my Winter wardrobe staples. I don’t really know what there is to dislike about a coat that’s as soft and cosy as a blanket. If that doesn’t win you over though, it’s effortless-to-style nature will. At the beginning of the season, I was sure that a teddy coat (as featured in my October favourites) would be my only staple, but boy was I wrong.
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