When it comes to December, the pieces I look for need to be multi-functional and the way I shop has to be strategic. New items need to be the kind that can be worn repeatedly; pieces that’ll work from desk to dinner through until the new year. Reliability, quality and versatility is key, so I call on my go-to brands to fit the bill! Here are my latest Winter style picks…
A jacket is a wardrobe staple, a core item that is easily layered over a Winter outfit and no brand exudes what I look for more in this piece than Charlotte London. There’s something about the tweed texture of the Rope Jacket that instantly makes me think of uptown elegance. The impeccably cut jacket made from a sumptuous red material is woven with a glittering yarn. Its structured silhouette is expertly accented with beautiful gold piping for the perfect finishing touch. So, this season I opted for a versatile jacket, that is a modern blend of polished luxe and laid-back cool that will most certainly pull any look together.
Not wanting to get my legs out too much this month, a jumpsuit is a chic alternative to a party dress. The relaxed fit ensures maximum comfort, whilst the neat waist tie is figure flattering. It has timeless appeal and instantly makes me feel put together. Styled with the Rope Jacket on or off means that I can wear this look to the office, but can also go out comfortably for a night out with the girls.
I’m a jewellery obsessive and someone who likes to layer minimal pieces to help make an outfit pop. That’s why I opted for Missoma’s understated necklace from Lucy Williams’ Roman collection. It works perfectly with the deep v of the jumpsuit and subtly complements the gold piping of the jacket. If you’re after simplicity and incredible quality you need to check Missoma out!
If you’ve been a reader of my blog for a while you’ll know that I live in my Adidas Superstar trainers. Day or night they work; with jumpsuits, dresses or jeans – pretty much anything! Comfortable and chic, these trainers will bring laid-back cool to any city look.
This is a paid blog post in collaboration with Charlotte London. All thoughts are my own.