Leather Skinnies

I can’t seem to shake my addiction with skinnies. And I absolutely adore the leather ones – consider them a super easy glam addiction to your outfits. Pair them with trainers and a knit for a luxe weekend look or with heels and a top for an evening cool date.

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How To: Wide Legged Trousers

I love the wide-leg trousers as much as I love the skinnies. Dare to try on a  pair of  high-waisted, supersized pants and you will discover that they can be a flattering and versatile addition to your winter wardrobe. Pair yours with a white shirt, oversized coat and heels, for longer-looking legs or sneakers for comfort and a tomboy attitude.

Here are a few of my favorite styles

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Cut Out Ankle Boots

The cut­-out boot trend has been a hot one for a while now.  This new version of the plain normal boots, the cut­-outs ankle boots add a grungy edge to even the sweetest of the outfits. Wear them with rolled at the hem skinny or boyfriend jeans or for a more office look, wear them with tailored pants, but whatever the style you chose never, never add socks.

Feeling inspired? How do you style your cut-out ankle boots?

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Current Obsession: Sequins

Imagine the perfect pair of pants that could easily help you make the transition between your work outfit and the much coveted after-work glam. They would have to be made of sequins, right? Be them gold of silver these sequin pants from H&M are just perfect!

 

Wear them with sneakers, a T-shirt and a blazer for work, then for the after-work just toss the blazer or simply roll-up its sleeves, tuck a side of the T-shirt into the pants, change or not the sneakers with a pair of pumps, revamp your lipstick, apply a new coat of mascara and Voila! You are ready to go! Perfect for the parties to come!

And speaking of parties this jumpsuit is pretty cool

sequin jumpsuit

Basic Wordrobe

It is a good investment to take your wardrobe back to basics with a few classic pieces that will last for seasons and add longevity to the statement pieces already hanging in your closet. In shades of beige, grey, black these essentials form the basis of the your wardrobe and though simple, will mix and match with all the latest prints – be it leopard, plaid or anything you might fancy.

Basic coats and trenches

Basic Sweaters

Basic pants

All about basic bags in a different post.

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