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Building Blocks | Winter Edition

17 November 2016

avoid those situations where you’re shivering in your pj’s staring blankly at the hangers whilst praying for outfit inspiration from the wardrobe gods above

Frosty weekend mornings, open fires, red wine, thick velvet, heavy checks, silk tights and wool-lined boots. Chilly November days have arrived and with them the desire for all the above.

Inevitably the colder climes also require a wardrobe re-think, and to make life simpler for all involved we’ve put a little edit together of what goes with what, when and how…

For us the mustard, slim-fitting Isadora sweater looks great under the organic cotton Svea blazer (respectable enough for the office but not too smart on the weekends). Wear the tencel Cheru trousers with the effortlessly easy Lyn top and layer the chunky Helga jumper over the lot. Bibico’s Adela roll neck goes with nearly everything, from jeans to pencil skirts – one customer recently put it with Komodo’s midi-length merino number which looked fantastic.

Wear the Vicky jeans with the Mila jumper for those days when you’re not schlepping into work, switching the jeans for the aforementioned merino skirt and slipping the Aida tencel shirt underneath for days that you do. The simple blouse, beautiful-but-not-too-expensive Indian tribal earrings and Sims clutch will look great for Friday nights out.

Wear the Taylor tube skirt with a pair of black tights (thank goodness for tights this time of year) and mustard sweater, and do that day-to-night thing by popping a camisole and Svea blazer on top for going out afterwards.

So whether you’re desk-bound by day, painting the town red each night or just hauled up at home with Graham Norton on repeat, the whole lot works together and will hopefully avoid those situations where you’re shivering in your pj’s staring blankly at the hangers whilst praying for outfit inspiration from the wardrobe gods above.

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