COAT : HARRIS WHARF - HERE
DRESS : DSQUARED 2 - HERE
SHOES : ELISABETTA FRANCHI - HERE
BAG : ACNE STUDIOS - HERE
Hello from back home my dear ones!
We have survived the first fashion week of the year! What can I say…? We had a blast!
Even though I feel like I need at least one week for recovery, I still enjoy each and every minute of events like this one.
Plus, how could I withhold my weekly fashion dose from you? 😉
Starting next week, I will start presenting to you my Berlin Fashion Week looks, but for now, I am happy to share this gorgeous, feminine look with you.
Sometimes an outfit does not need to contain of more than three pieces. I think this look is proof for it.
This amazing grey-colored maxi dress by Dsquared 2 convinced me in every possible way. I love the opulent falling skirt part of the woolen dress and thanks to the incorporated, adjustable ribbon, you can nicely emphasize your body’s silhouette. Simply a wonderful dress that does not need further description.
I have combined this dream in grey with a wonderful burgundy-colored coat by Harris Wharf London. Is this color combination not stunning? I feel like it radiates so much class and chic.
One of my highlight pieces of this look is this fashionable silver metallic shopper bag by Acne Studios. Is it not amazing? Sometimes I feel like it is hard to match a purse that is not only fashionable, but at the same time also functional or convenient. With this cutie, I feel like every woman’s needs are fulfilled.
In order to round off my look, I decided to pair it with these breathtaking over-knee boots in burgundy patent leather by Elisabetta Franchi. Are these killer boots not to die for? 😍
I fell in love with them last September when I attended Milan Fashion Week, and just had to have them.
Not only did they harmonize perfectly in terms of color with the burgundy coat and the grey dress, but they also added a nice elegant and sexy touch to this feminine look.
Was I able to convince you that sometimes a stylish look does not need to contain many fashion pieces?
Well I hope you enjoyed today’s blog post and that I was able to inspire you with it again.
Tune back in on Tuesday to see my first Berlin Fashion Week look, here on Blondwalk.com!