When it comes to trends this season there are a few things that stick out a little bit extra to me. One thing that makes me so happy is that leopard is hotter than ever this fall. No joke, it’s literally all over! All kinds of colors and variations of the classic pattern are totally right. I especially love the shades of grey, but the classic color palette never fails either. If you don’t like the idea of wearing a garment, try an accessory instead. A pair of leopard shoes or bag paired with black jeans and white tee always works.
Longer hems. So happy the granny fashion is here to stay. Sky high stilettos, butt short skirts (I clearly missed this point when choosing this skirt in these pictures) and uncomfortable and restricting clothes can step aside. Longer midi hems, relaxed fits and block heels are here to stay. Freedom!
My absolute favorite point and on my shopping list this winter is the wonderfully rich material velvet. I’m dreaming of a velvet gown for an upcoming special event, but not really sure where to look. Also robe looking jackets and blazers (who knew Hugh Hefner was such a style icon?! ), shoes, bags and basically anything you can think of covered in velvet works.
Metallics. I’m sticking to gold, but all colors in all kinds of textures and materials are hot. My personal favorite is knitted pieces with metal rayon thread.
Also tulle, to wear the color red from top to toe and massive jewelry are in, but these feel less like me, therefore I’m not incorporating them into my style right now. We can’t have everything (or can we?), but picking what we love and owning that will make us carry whatever we choose to wear so much more confidently and gracefully.
These pictures don’t have anything to do with the text. So please don’t try to look for any super cool and trendy fashionista inspo. It’s just me. Casual and relaxed. Easy like Monday morning ;). Have a great start of the week!
jacket filippa k// knit marks& spencer// skirt nelly// shoes stan smith// bag chanel// sunglasses rayban
Pictures by Janita Autio
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