Friday, 27 May 2016

My (non-black) winter must-haves

Ok so this is challenging as I myself love wearing black most days… well ok pretty much every day. Why? because it's slick, easy, flattering and shows off a garment’s finer details.
Coming into winter though, I feel inspired to opt out out of my all-black wardrobe and venture into some colour – and when I say colour I mean anything non-black.

Here is my edit…

The camel tote- totes are my fave bags for winter as you can fit in your layers  and layers of scarves, gloves and beanies as well as a decent sized umbrella. There are some great camel hues out there which are still as classic as your fave black one.
Khaki bomber jacket – I am sure all you tomboys out there already own one however this season presents the boyish bomber jacket for anyone who wants to make a style statement and be super comfy all at once. You will find a khaki bomber at your nearest high street boutique or browsing through your local op-shop. For the brave - customise yours with cool patches or motifs.

White skinny legged jeans  what! for winter? Ah yes! White skinny jeans continue to be on trend and if you think about it, it makes perfect sense to invest in a pair for an instant winter wardrobe lift and to freshen up all your black and grey pieces. Brilliant! (As I imagine a pair of great white jeans together with my black fringed leather jacket).

Denim jacket  ok so this doesn't technically count as 'colour' but it does in my book and hey it's not black. If you don't already own one (and I bet you do -  either a) dust it off and lay it on your shoulders over a knitted dress and white ankle Converse or high top Reebok shoes or b) invest in one this season! So many great styles to choose from, cropped, oversized, classic - whichever you chose you will be living in it this season and no doubt many more seasons to come.

How did I do? Was I adventurous enough?

SP xo


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