It's almost winter outside. Today I bring to your attention this gorgeous fur editorial, which can be found in November issue of Vogue Paris magazine. The shoot is titled 'La Pirate' and consists of couture fashion furs. The following story highlights extravagant styling made by Emmanuelle Alt. We see top model Natasha Poly, who is clad in a luxe wardrobe. I love Poly's curly lush hairstyle, which ideally matches the clothes. Model is lensed at the seaside in a range of colorful looks from various well known designers.
Coat is a must-have staple of any girl or woman. Here we see animal printed outewear, which looks perfect with this braided leather belt.
The updated rise of the oversize trend is seen in the latest Singles Korea November issue. The editorial was shot in a studio, where Katryn Kruger is captured by Hong Jang Hyun wearing statement and creative pieces. Before you try anything loose-fit and cocoonish, you should keep in mind one thing: Bigger doesn’t always mean better, but when it is balanced, then you should not worry about anything. This season comes with amazing knits and big shapes. We see Katryn sporting chic, oversized silhouettes that somehow remind me of menswear-inspired looks. South African beauty wears cashmeres, maxi sweaters and statement ponchos colored in neutral colors, from the likes of of Michael Kors, Max Mara, Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci, Stella McCartney, Lanvin, etc. Check out my favorite and stunning ways to style oversized outerwear and accessories.
If you ask me what is the easy way to oversize, then try on a contrast volume mohair coat with dropped shoulders and team it with an oversized bowler hat in black color. That's a confident tomboy look.
The November issue of Elle Sweden Magazine features an awesome editorial entitled "Comfort Zone." We see fashion model Daga Ziober who poses for Johan Sandberg wearing elegant street style looks with a touch of sportiness. We see layered, mannish apparel styled with athletic essentials, including gym sweatshirts and sneakers. I personally like the layered tailoring technique, which includes sharp lines and glamour details. Designers offer athletic touches for wearing in our daily lives. Hope you will enjoy this editorial the same as me:
The loose-fit mohair wrap outerwear is worn atop athletic style sweatshirt and black relaxed trousers. If you want to update the following look, then stylist Marcus Soder advices us to tie around the waist a knitted pullover.
Let's welcome bright colored looks which are ideal or wearing this Autumn-Winter season. We see Joan Smalls who appears in the latest crazy-styled cover shoot story of December issue of Vogue Japan. The editorial name is "Paiting of Winter." The fashion model is photographed by Giampaolo Sgura and styled by Anna Dello Russo. Joan is wearing colorful looks from the likes of Chanel, Fendi, adidas, Kate, Spade, Prada, Alexander Wang, Emporio Armani, Balenciaga and Miu Miu. It looks like there is nothing more brighter than these eclectic separates. I personally like the mixing of various styles, prints and colors. Every outfit looks individual, original and fun. We see animal touches in the forms of shark and mouse hats, as well as dragon-like bags and dog's snout clutches.
The fur hood looks gorgeous styled with a heavy camouflage outerwear. Look at this awesome Chanel chain neckpiece.
In the latest December issue of Spur magazine we see models Anna Louise and Mariia who are clad in three distinct clothing styles: boyfriends, retro and hippie. The boyfriend's attire looks great on these models. I personally like the exaggerated silhouettes which are easy to style. That loose appearance and fit can work ideal with your form-fitting jeans or leggings. The retro inspired wardrobe features stylish dresses, which come in eye-catching prints and pale pink colors. The hippie looks include vintage jackets, velvet and wide-leg denim trousers. Each of the showcased styles looks great and sophisticated.
Here we see hippie updates, which include plaid and suede blazers, wide jeans, velvet trousers, cowboy boots and black leather booties.
I'd like to share with you an awesome editorial which can be seen in the latest Elle Japan December issue. Fashion model Helene Desmettre is captured by photographer Tak Sugita in the streets of a big city. Helene looks sophisticated and glamorous wearing the timeless trends, including military, biker and retro inspired clothes. Each of the presented outfits represents an distinct trend, which is ideal for the following Autumn-Winter season wear. I personally adore each of these looks, as they appear to be ideal styles for wearing in the streets, work and many other events. Hope you will like the following outfits the same as me:
Here we see a retro inspired fit-and-flare coat in black color with a fur collar and statement buttons. I personally love the tartan gloves.
I think it's the right time to remind ourselves about timeless trends which are modernized and offered by various designers this year. In the latest Spur Magazine December issue we see fashion model Abby Williamson shot by photographer Jiro Konami in masculine, hippie, preppy office, grunge-inspired looks. These four styles are already timeless trends, which are mixed up together and offered by many designers. It's interesting to see how brands are reinventing already known fashion garments. I think it's obvious to say, that we live in a century, where old trends are mixed up one with another, emerging new updates.
Here we see a wool, grey coat worn atop white blouse. That's a stunning, mannish look, which is ideal for those ladies who work in big companies or at the banks.
In the latest Numéro Russia November issue we see an awesome editorial, which features women's great, retro inspired outerwear designs. The blond fashion model Jessica Stam with a stylish updo hairstyle appears in the streets of big city. Photographer Alan Gelati captured her wearing outstanding looks. I personally love the following cozy and exaggerated designs, which are best cover-ups for the cold seasons. You are about to find many offerings in bright and darken colors, which are ideal for various occasions, starting from work to cocktails parties and formal events, like theaters and operas attendance. Which one of these creations is your favorite, please comment:
The tweed, oversized cover-up looks great styled with dark red separates. This outfit looks quite retro sophisticated to me.
There's always some overlap between the two style philosophies: Tomboy and Feminine looks. In today's post I want to draw your attention to layered retro Tomboy looks which can be seen in the latest Harper's Bazaar China November issue. The editorial's name is Winter Daze. We see stunning, naturally messy pixie cut blond fashion model Erika Linder who poses in studio and street style images wearing awesome, unstructured silhouettes. Photographer Nagi Sakai manages to capture Erika in "masculine" layers. I think this mannish fashion separates look natural on her, nevertheless, Erika doesn't lose hold of her feminine side, despite the loose fits.
The fur coat covers tailored stand-up collar front zip jacket and silk white blouse tucked in jeans.
This time I want you to take a look at the following Parisian vibe looks which can be found in the latest L'officiel Paris November issue. We see models Alla Kostromichova and Soekie Gravenhorst who are shoot by Spela Kasal. Both girls appear in retro inspired sports separates which are covered by fur cover-ups. Stylist Audrey Taillée managed to combine sports silhouettes with retro style, by offering comfortable and elegant separates. The shape and color choice is classic, yet there are eye-catching modern touches, which make every look special and fresh. Another thing, which can be noticed is the Tomboy touch. All in all, I personally love the following mixes of styles, which are great for everyday wear.
The front zip-up closure bomber like pullover is teamed with belted, A-line, short skirt in leather fabric and eye-catching booties.