If you ask me why I love winter, then it's only because of my birthday. In general, I dislike cold seasons, as we have to wear thick layers and keep warm against the wind. It's time of year, when we wear sweaters, chunky jackets and long outerwear with high boots. Anyway, today I want to share with you this perfect editorial named "The Monochrome" which can be found in the latest L'Officiel Paris October issue. Fashion model Crista Cober appears at the beach set wearing cozy, layered winter outfits in a mannish manner. We see Crista sporting draped and layered, monochrome looks. What I love about the following outfits, then it's the perfect balance, which makes each garment look effortlessly chic and menswear inspired.
Here we see a brown beige look, which features cozy fur vest, long layered scarf, knitted dress and the same fabric pants.
The tailored jacket is worn atop cozy sweater and loose-fit pants:
The grey beige oversize coat is worn atop high neck wool sweater and fringed skirt (I like these high sole flat shoes):
The furry outerwear looks nomad inspired worn with grey pullover, skinny scarf and knitted tights:
Here we see a light beige wrap long coat which is ideal for wearing at special occasions:
The oversize tweed coat looks fantastic styled with knitted dress-like sweater and knitted wedge-pants:
The black jacket looks mannish styled with cozy top tucked in high-waisted, pleated wool trousers:
Model: Crista Cober
Photographer: Laurence Ellis
Stylist: Anne Sophie Thomas
Hair: Helene Bidard
Make-up: Anthony Preel