Suede have been big for months on end now, and we have seen it used to make every single item imaginable. Now it is time for the suede skirt to become a trend, and it certainly have, and just in time for the fall months to role in. The colour of the suede skirt fits right into the fall tones, and the material belongs good in the more chilly months. I am personally really into the grey midi and beige mini skirt you can see here underneath.
Dressing for fall can be tricky, either your chose an outfit which is way too warm, or way too cold. A good way of getting through the boring fall months, wardrobe wise, is layering. Here you get some inspiration as to how to layer by me. Also featuring a chocker, which is pretty much the number one trend this fall.
It can be tuff to clean out in your closet, and even using a clean-out guide like the one above, there will always be some items which are hard to get rid of. Specifically there are three kinds of things that most people posses that they find hard to part with, but that you really should part with.
2. Things you tell yourself you wore in the last 6 months, but know you did not, neither will in the next 6.
October is here, which also means that fall is really really here, and that means that I on this month’s lustlist have included not one but two big cuddly sweaters, a comfy looking shearling coat, and a pair of super cool winter boots. I am also so in love with the suede skirt from Marissa Webb and the lingerie looking knotted top from Apricot. Of course I have also had to include the new Adidas Gazelle shoes, which were just launched.
During the last 10 days I have been posting some of my favourite runways from the Fashion Month here on the blog, but between all of the different catwalks, my four favourites was the Bottega Veneta, Louis Vuitton, Michael Kors and Céline shows.
Bottega Veneta have always been good at sending the right things down the runway, and this collection was no exception. The ready to-wear collection were made almost entirely from classic pieces, with a twist of being executed in new materials and colours.
Louis Vuitton is and will always be one of the greatest names in fashion, and the the 2017 spring/summer collection absolutely kept up the Louis Vuitton appearance. The Show Nicolas Ghesquiére showcased in Paris were absolutely breathtaking. Contrary to the Bottega Veneta runway there was not many classic pieces to see, instead there were tons of new silhouettes, and the clothes gave of an almost sci-fi feeling. This collection were definitely new, and in my opinion one of the best runways this Fashion Month.
It is no secret that I haven’t always loved what Micheal Kors have been sending down his runways, but this time he really caught me off guard, getting a non-negotiable place on my top four list. The catwalk have gotten some critic as to the clothes not being formfitting enough, but personally I am super in to the more loose-fitting pieces, specially when all the clothes is so put-together and “business appropriate” as they were.