4 winter trends with HUGO BOSS

I am sure you are all aware by now that I love shopping at HUGO BOSS. I have so many fond memories of shopping there in my early teens with my Mum.

Back then it was Mum who was looking for those key statement pieces- my Mum is a big believer in investing in quality, classic pieces, as these items have longevity in our wardrobe and can be styled back with more basic items. I am lucky that I learnt this styling tip from her and now we love shopping at HUGO BOSS together.

I know I can head instore and pick her up something that she is going to love. If it’s a trench or a pair of sunglasses, a classic pair of pointed heels or one of their cute bags. There are so many options this Mother’s Day that have just dropped in store.

They have a strong collection of suiting this season -you all know I am partial to a great suit. This collection there is an injection of fresh new shades with terra brown, desert sand, plum and blue making it a standout colour combination.

All black is always strong. I love the long-lined sleeveless black jacket that I am wearing as it has a longer hemline so it’s flattering on the body and doubles as a strong workwear piece.

Tailoring is always at their core- and this new collection has so many pieces that fit on the body so well. That’s why they nail suiting, coats and jackets. Their jackets fit on my body perfectly and never look bulky.

These are four key trends that I will be wearing on rotation this autumn winter:

1. Snakeskin– We are well versed that animal prints are here to stay, and its all of them- leopard, cheetah, zebra and snakeskin. I love wearing snakeskin the most as it pairs well with denim and one of my favourite ways to wear it this season is to layer it and clash prints.

2. Check Trench– Check looks great with a simple white tee to keep it fresh but it also looks great mixed with contrasting checks and prints

3. All Black- It’s what I always fall back to when I don’t know what to wear, and with good reason as it looks smart, sophisticated and doesn’t date.

4. Colour blocking- Wearing one strong colour from head to toe is defintely having a moment. We are seeing lots of greens, pinks and blue. If a bold colour is too daring you can keep things simple by choosing one block colour piece and layering it with wardrobes classics like a neutral trench or blazer. I have paired it with these tan knee high boots below. I love tan and blue as a combo together.

Samua Jacket: $999, Semua Skirt: $799, Efrany Knit Top: $219, Malibu Open Bootie: $649

Checkinada Coat: $799, Tayama Trouser: $349, Esonita T-shirt: $149, Amelie Pump: $599

Diloise Dress: $699, Tanitea Trouser: $349, Fleur Mule: $649, Taylor Small Tote: $749

Dagoni Dress: $699, Malibu Boot: $899

Photography: Katie Fergus 


Shot in collaboration with HUGO BOSS

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