Each season designers put a new spin on coats and blazers, and for this fall/winter season it seems like everyone is favoring a laid-back approach on their outwear game– this means cocoon-shaped coats in white shades ideally thrown over everyday chunky knits in ivory and beige for a winter white-inspired edit.
All white for winter
Effortless, alluring and elegant (without looking too try-hard) may sound like an impossible mission, but an all-white look ticks all the boxes. Keep the look modern by choosing minimal pieces like a white scarf, simple clutch bag or oversized shades. Wear your hair undone and add minimal makeup for a pared-back yet subtly sexy look.
Beige blazer with black jeans
A statement wool blazer in white or beige is the easiest way to inject some sparkle into your black jeans look. It’s an outfit formula you can constantly reinvent with different pieces, the result will always be the same: easy comfort yet thoroughly put-together.
Fluffy White Teddy Bear Coat
The teddy bear-inspired trend has made its way from the runway to casual wear, and, filled our Instagram feeds these past few months. Our favorite must be the white fluffy teddy bear coat, it’s cozy while looking refined and the color makes it perfectly versatile and suitable for any occasion. To balance out the volume of the coat wore it over skinny black jeans and tight black turtleneck. Pair it with this season’s must-have combat boots for a look that’s as refined as it is effortless or opt for low-heeled knee boots for more office-appropriate edit.
Classic neutral look
Light & neutral outfits aren’t just for warmer months. Pair your caramel knit, beige jeans & cozy wool blazer in oatmeal for a fresh take on 9 to 5 cold-weather dressing. And on days when only the coziest clothing will do, turn to super-soft knits and oversized coats. Get this ‘classic with a twist’ look by choosing a cropped version of a teddy bear coat and paired with beige jeans and oversized caramel tote. You can’t go wrong with indulgent cream coats and caramel-colored layers.