Reaching the coldest months of the year has its advantages and disadvantages in style world. The drawbacks seem clear, it takes more time to choose the right clothes, you look out of the window and don't know what to wear... First world problems. But look at the bright side of dressing so many clothes, it allows us to create our beloved game of layers, a technique aparently effortless but elaborated that gives life to any style. Want to know the game rules? Just take a look.
The varsity jacket lives its second life in the street style, even though it has not been long since its first incursion. In light of this current situation where wedge sneakers or caps are in the candlestick and sport chic is one of the favorite practices of fashionistas, we cannot miss college jackets. They know how to combine it without losing style and femininity. How about you… Are you in?
If you don’t want to repeat the coat and you rather prefer changing it, our fashionistas give you the solution that you were waiting for: The maxi cardigan. It’s a warm cloth that you'll find in different cuts, patterns and thicknesses, and it will let you play the layers’ game that we love when it's cold. Explore your effortless chic side by adding a maxi cardigan in your winter selection. It won’t let you down!
A masculine cut coat is a key item to keep warm with style; the straight cut, lapels, side pockets... It goes with your feminine looks, with casual outfits and you will get a very british style if you combine it with oxford shoes and a shirt. Trendsetters choose the herringobne gray tone for their masculine coats this autumn and we love it! Playing with layers and unbuttoned, this coat can give much play. All in!
One of the reasons we love winter's arrival is because we can wear again the spongy, comfortable and worm clothes that we can’t show off the rest of the year. The right cloth for this description that has a pleasant touch is the velvet material. However there are too many detractors who consider this material something baroque, theatrical and too opulent to be combined in any look, fortunately, there are trendsetters that deny it. Check out these nine looks and enjoy your velvety time.
Who hasn't had a checked shirt in their life? And we are not talking about the typical office shirt, we are thinking about a patterned shirt in tartan, better known as woodcutter. People who have lived their youth in the nineties still remember their checked shirts; an essential garment in any grunge wardrobe. 20 years later this piece is taking much importance. It can be used opened as a jacked or buttoned up, tied in waist... A unique piece with hundreds combinations that will leave you astonished.
There is nothing sadder than a spring without flowers or a summer without COLOUR. To endure the heat we suffer in August what's better than wearing bright garments and experiencing colour mixtures just before we wake up in the middle of the grey autumn. So, let's enjoy and get fresh with these citric and vitaminated looks and we will end the season with a big... colour explosion!
Discover fringe benefits of fringes because fringes are part of so many styles; from folk to boho, passing through flapper style. The point is to find the right way to combine them with other garments. This summer many brands have decided to include fringes in their clothes and accessories and here you can find out how to make good use of them and give an extra life to your outfits. Enjoy the summer and move your fringes!
Shorts are one of our favorite pieces in summer: they are comfortable, versatile and suitable for almost any occasion. If you are the kind of person that doesn't detach from your favorite denim shorts, pay attention because this year we expand horizons, what is fashion now are printed shorts... All kind of shorts! Striped, flowery, checked, tie dye... Have you got yours?
Wearing a basic outfit? Add a kimono. Cool weather? Add a kimono. Black wedding look? Add a kimono. Yes, we are kimono fans, because kimono started trending last year but it's still rocking outside and fashionistas love it, maybe for its oversized cut or its oriental and flowered prints. And we love how they combine it. Look these 9 outfits and believe us... add a kimono!