Knitted Dresses Craziness

Right now, nothing appeals to me more than a cosy sweater, so why not take knitwear to the next level with a knitted dress? In summer I love dresses, so why not transition the trend into colder months? Relaxed yet put-together, they will keep you feeling warm and chic all winter long.

Match yours with over-the-knee boots or with classic black ankle boots for a more relaxed everyday style.

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Cosy Knits for Cold Weather

It has been so cold here the last couple of days. Brrr! I strongly believe that each one of us should have a couple of really cozy sweaters in her knitwear repertoire right now. Cosy yet cool, this versatile sweaters will form the starting points of lots and lots of  looks – wear yours loose to add a boyish charm with skinny jeans or a mini- skirt for a more feminine touch and of, course, the over-the-knee boots or why not? layer it over a classic white shirt and trusty denim for relaxed weekend outfits.

Presently, I am in love with classic navy, soft greys and camels and daring burgundy sweaters. What are your favorites?

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Friday Mood Board

Today is such a cold rainy day, that it even managed to put a damper on my mood. But nothing compares with looking at pictures that make you happy, especially the ones showing sunny places. Oh! One can only dream of a winter with 30+ degrees (Celsius). So, here are the photos I choose for this week mood board.

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Friday Inspiration Board

This week in sunny pictures – a little bit reminiscent of summer, maybe? – but looking forward with lots of smiles and hopes for the holiday season – just around the corner, right?

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Dare to Wear: Blush Pink in Winter

Pastel colors and especially blush pink may be the preserve of spring, but glimpses of this color were seen on the  runway for AW15 at Prada and Gucci.

And lately streetstyle wise, blush pink is the shade to be seen in. You cannot go wrong when wearing this shade, be it in form of knits to leather biker jackets. I think this color works surprisingly well in chunky textures, from cashmere to wool.  Match your blush pink with dark denim and neutrals.

Wondering how to style marshmallow shades for darker days ahead?  Here are a few favorites of mine:

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