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Little Pink Coat

Pink is the color that escorts most of women through the life. Remember that pink teddy bear when you were 3? Well, if even you are grown up, cozy fluffy texture and pink color can accompany you this winter without compromising your work wardrobe. I chose suede coat with faux fur from ASOS.  I can’t get enough of it! Here I combined suede in two different colors, pink (coat) and beige ( boots and my favorite bag). Ivory pants bridge well the coat and boots. Darker color would break the figure into several stripes and make it shorter. If you decide to wear navy pants, pair them with dark shoes. Light or dark grey sweater or cardigan will make this suitable for work, I would just be careful to make sure that either pants or sweater have structure. Black shades work well with this outfit but today I tried it with pink Dolce&Gabbana sunglasses and just love how they go together.

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3 velvet looks for weekdays within your budget

Velvet is a luxury fabric that has a very long history. In accordance to several sources, the first samples of velvet were found 2000 B.C in Egypt. Velvet was also produced China around 400-20 B.C. and later found it’s way to Europe through Silk Way to become a luxury fabric for aristocrats. First production of velvet in Europe began in Italy and peaked during Renaissance. (the source https://startupfashion.com/fashion-archives-look-history-velvet/).

Velvet is a fabric structure that can be made of silk, rayon, cotton, wool or other material. The thread  wrap  forms cut or uncut soft loops. With soft touch, luxury texture and thousands years of history, velvet will be loved for many more years (the nearest future includes 2018 Rebeca Taylor resort collection (https://www.vogue.com/fashion-shows/resort-2018/rebecca-taylor/slideshow/collection#17) where you can see gemstone- color velvet and lace dress). While pastel and blush colors adding new angle, the gemstone colors are the classics. Often considered as a fall/winder options as evening dress (think red velvet dress), these days we also like to use it during daytime. Since fall and winter are the best seasons to enjoy velvet, I would like to talk about few looks I use this fall for my workdays.

 

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Green dress. One of my favorite combinations is velvet and suede. It is about the texture, the feel of how both fabrics go together. Here I combined Vince Camuto green velvet dress with suede boots (Franco Sarto), my favorite bag and Larsson& Jennings swiss watch.

 

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Purple Jacket. Velvet jacket from Ralph Lauren (RUGBY) is very evening-like outfit and to be able to wear it during daytime, I paired it with boyfriend jeans (Joes’s )  and low-heel shoes from French connection. Clutch, Aldo.

 

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Velvet track pants. This is perhaps, the trickiest look, but at the same time the most actual this year. While runways are getting crowded with track pants, we appreciate their comfort. The danger in this case is that the velvet track pants are adding weight and can look a bit strange. I do wear this track pants from Missguided with either sneakers or low-heels and same tone top (short or long sleeves, both work well) and ivory leather-and-suede bag.

Enjoy your velvet fall!

Little Black Coat

 

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It is time of the year to talk about basics for winter. Well-tailored little black coat ( in this case the coat is wool-made Pologarage, Turkey) is a must-have for many cold seasons ahead. it is basically your LBD for winter! This type of coat is comfy and adds an official note to sporty look, it fits all shapes and figures (note my size is 40 and the same idea was already beautifully shown by Victoria Beckham). I pair this with sport pant (Pull and Bear) and adidas sneakers. The bag is leather and suede Crome (Italy). This is my favorite bag of this year,  perfect as a workhorse, going out for dinner, and weekends.