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.
Indeed, big is beautiful this winter. Just look at this cocoon coat, which somehow reminds me of a stunning Victorian era look. That's a perfect piece for balancing the silhouette.
Contrast volume with slimline structure. You can try on an oversized bowler hat in grey color which can be styled with simple, cashmere wrap belted sleeveless coat, mohair sweater and tweed long skirt and trousers.
Here we see a statement wavy black and white striped hat which looks stunning paired with a tailored double-breasted black maxi coat.
Here we see a black knit beanie tied at top as a scarf and styled with white shirt and cozy sweater.
Model: Katryn Kruger
Photographer: Hong Jang Hyun
Stylist: William Graper
Hair: Nicolas Eldin
Make-up: Christine Cherbonnier