A tailored tweed blazer by Susanne Spattis the trans-seasonal piece every woman needs in her wardrobe. As the weather in Vienna warms up, I’ll be styling mine with a simple tee and jeans during the day, but in the evening I can style it with a skirt or tailored pants for a more elevated look.
Of course, the true vibe of this piece is its versatility. When summer comes to an end, I can wear it layered up under a coat and over a turtleneck. This is a wonderful cut blazer, with a great tweed material that will keep me looking chic all year round.
The knit dresses is a must-have piece and the ultimate investment for SS21. If you’re looking for a knit dress, here are a few key looks to consider: opt for eye catching details like open back, off-shoulder, cutouts and statement color.
Ready for the unlock in May? The knit dress is the ultimate investment for this season. Especially after the long lockdown, and dressing down the loungewear— knit is the answer.
The knit dress is an ideal piece to add to your mid-season wardrobe. Seen at many runway shows this season, it has become a fashion essential for many designers. There are versatile ways to wear this look. If bold colors are not your cup of tea, you can opt for white and an array of beiges with minimalist silhouette. It’s a wonderful piece, which you can wear it in spring or even in winter, with a long coat and long leather boots.
What is the best way to wear the classic tweed blazer this season? Styling a tweed blazer possibilities are endless. It can be combined with few pastels shades together or with neutrals.
The reason why I love tweed blazers is because they are so versatile. If you want to go for a bold and bright look, combine a few pastel shades together and pair your look with neutral accents. For example, mint blue, powder blue, or soft yellow look phenomenal paired with lavender or grey.
I love to combine pastel tones with neutral tone accents. Like caramel, cream and beige accessories will make your pastel outfit look so chic. When it comes about jewellery, you can definitely go for gold, or pearls.
A blazer is a key piece for spring. We see blazers everywhere— from magazine covers, to runway trends— blazers are woman’s favorite to combine easily from AM to PM. I have a healthy selection of blazers, and some of them are tailored.
The versatility of blazers is so endless. Depending on the blazer’s cut, it has the ability to act feminine and masculine at the same time. If it’s in oversized fit, it looks more masculine and it can be paired with anything you want, but short blazers showcase ultimate femininity with silhouettes that accentuate the waist.
Blazers can be worn in four seasons, but the best time to wear a blazer is certainly spring and fall. We all want to show our pretty blazers, without hiding them under the winter coats. You can create any look with a nice short blazer, and wear it from office to a date night.
Blazers are probably that one of the most important items in my closet. There is nothing that makes me feel great, powerful and confident like a good tailored blazer. From short to long, asymmetric to one button blazer— I love them all. But today, I want to talk about long blazers and how to style them?
The best winter coats need to be versatile, warm, to provide the perfect finishing touch to every outfit and easy to dress up or down.
But now is the time to get the best deal online! Getting a great deal can definitely make you love your coat more. To make it easier, I’ve already found the best coats on sale for you, so that you don’t have to search for hours. Each of these coats are unique, stylish and warm to wear this season:
Trends come and go, but equestrian style will always remain sophisticated, chic and timeless. You don’t need to be a rider to pull this style off. So if you are looking to add an equestrian touch to your closet, you are in the right place.
Here I want to share some tips for great ways to work equestrian style into your everyday wardrobe:
If I could describe Susanne Spatt in three words it would be: traditional, elegance, craftsmanship. These are three of many attitudes to describe the Austrian costume brand, which fascinated me since the day I’ve visited the atelier in Salzburg ten years ago. The moment I saw all elegant handcrafted jackets, blazers and dresses, I started to dream to wear Susanne Spatt one day.