Still looking for the best winter coat to buy this season? From modern silhouettes and eye-catching patters to leathers and faux furs, this winter season is coming with lot of wonderful new pieces balanced with timeless and pieces.
Here are some of my favourite winter coasts for this season:
While wide-leg pants are nothing new, they’re still coming back every season in different styles and fabrics. Finding the perfect wide-leg pants that provide versatile styling options, and doesn’t require any effort in the morning. For the FW21 runaway shows designers presented different styles, cuts, colors, and lengths of effortlessly chic wide-leg pants. From really relaxed silhouettes and long hemlines, you can pair the different pieces even with a simple white top and still look stylish.
Here I am wearing my favourite wide-leg pants by NEHERA, and I love pairing them with a simple top, to crochet tanks and crop tops to matching blazers and bold accessories. I find it perfect to wear from the office to Saturdays spent at the museum and beyond. Here are few styling notes:
There is nothing more comforting than a good fall coat. However, for those living in a climate that rarely requires wearing one, investing or buying a coat might not be relevant— but who knows? Maybe you‘ll travel somewhere colder, so you will definitely need one.
A coat, more than anything else needs deliberating, planning and aquality fabric. There must be a correct balance A coat, more than anything else, needs deliberating, planning and quality fabric. There must be a correct balance between comfort and form. Eventually, and most importantly of course, we need something that will keep us warm for chilly fall days.
Finally it slowly feels like we are getting back to normal. Today, I am extremely excited to re-start the fashion category on my blog with a new exclusive brand— NEHERA.
NEHERA is an independent Slovak brand that is reviving the legacy of the famous brand that was founded in the 1930s and made history by impeccable design, quality, manufacturing and retail around the world. The craft tradition of the Slovak textile industry goes back to the first clothing factory, which was founded on the European mainland in Prostejov, the hometown of Jan Nehera, in 1868.