The coat, in its more simpler & everyday state. A touch of grey is mandatory this winter, & the perfect match to light toned colours. You’ll probably see me wearing something like this on a typical day to work – so comfy, and this coat is so snuggly, it’s just as comforting as your home robe.
Back to my vintage shopping, I finally got my hands on a good pair of mom jeans. You know how the saying goes, ‘life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what’s in them?’ – it’s just the same with vintage mom jeans. Until you try them on, you never know how tapered they are, or how they have the gift of giving you a Kim Kardashian sized bottom. It takes some looking, and shopping around too but there’s the perfect vintage high waisted denim for everyone somewhere out there – mine happen to be these Levi’s 818.
Wearing white might not be tis’ season colour, and well, in general hard to pull off when we’ve all got snowmen complexions but mixing in some beiges & light toned greys, winter whites don’t seem that terrible. Quite the contrary. As much as I love black, a white monotone outfit can look every inch as sophisticated as a total black look. That’s what I had in mind pairing these white pants from MEXX with their chameleon maxi beige coat – a casual, understatedly sophisticated outfit fit for some off duty time.
Robert Plant – Rainbow
My latest ‘feel good’ song -Plant’s voice is absolutely so timeless <3
Taking opportunity of the colder temperatures in Milan, the first thing to throw in my suitcase was this fur jacket I bagged on sale last year. I don’t get to wear it much over here on the rock- so I whisked it off to Milan & it turned out to be not only the cosiest thing I could have worn, but also the best travelling companion. Warm, cuddly & a squishy, impromptu pillow for plane rides.