Winter Wardrobe Classics

This winter, the shirt, knit, black jeans (knee rips a must), tote and boots have been getting a run in my wardrobe. I have been styling these pieces down on weekends and dressing them up during the week, I love how versatile they are.

// THE SHIRT. This shirt is from H&M, I was so impressed with their selection. They have a variety of colours and styles from fitted to oversized. I always go up a size with my shirt, if you go for something that’s too tight it can look too corporate. Try mixing it up with pastel pinstripes during the day.

OTHER OPTIONS. Witchery Stripe Shirt, ASOS Blue Shirt , J Crew Stripe Shirt.

// THE KNIT.  This cable knit style is also from H&M (similar). Like the shirt, I always go up a size to medium with most of my kits. Unless they are already oversized (so always try them on). I like them to sit slouchy on the body (unless they are a cropped style). Textured cable knits in olive, charcoal, creme and grey are my favourite. Whilst cropped cashmere and mesh jumpers are also winners.

OTHER OPTIONS. ASOS Cable Knit,  Helmut Lang Mesh Jumper, Viktoria + Woods Cable Knit, Jack Wills Cable Knit , ASOS Chunky Knit

// BOOTS. I have been on the hunt for perfect black boots all season, these are from Wittner. It can feel overwhelming as there are so many styles from over the knee, mid calf and ankle to name a few. I love the over the knee but if you only have the budget for one style, I would go for the ankle. It works with boyfriend jeans, midi skirts skinny legs and tights.

OTHER OPTIONS. Rag & Bone Ankle Boot, Senso Tommy Boots, Tony Bianco Fairlee, Acne Star Boots.

// JEANS. Trusty denim is a staple, it always has a place in fashion. You feel like jumping for joy when you find those perfect jeans that fit your body perfectly. These skinny legs from Lee Denim answered my prayers, I brought them from David Jeans, the blue denim colour still available. 

OTHER OPTIONS. J Brand Skinny ASOS Distressed Skinny, ASOS Black Busted Knees , ASOS Denim Busted Knees,


Photography | Liane Hurvitz

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