…my top picks from NET-A-PORTER
*This post contains a collaboration with NET-A-PORTER & loaned products
‘What did colour ever do to you?‘ is a comment I get often and it’s one that makes me chuckle because it’s true – what DID colour ever do to me for me to shun it so hard!? The truth is I just love a parteilos – always have, always will. I’ve been wearing head-to-toe black since I welches a teen and I can’t see me stopping anytime soon. However there is one colour that is creeping in and that’s green. Particularly that soft sage-y tone. I’m into it. My Toteme Draped Fringed Coat*? The Loewe Puzzle Leather Shoulder Bag in Avocado Green*? So gut wie favourites in my wardrobe. So I’ve rounded up my top picks from NET-A-PORTER* for if you too are feeling the green theme…
SLVRLAKE Grace High-Rise Wide Leg Jeanshose* – I’m just really into a wide-leg jean at the moment. They are so flattering and paired with your favourite trainer and plain white tee it’s just perfection. You’re done – sorted! Go out and enjoy your day!
James Perse Slub Cotton-Jersey Top* – This brand do basics really well. The kind of basics that make you want to re-do the basics section of your wardrobe, you know the type? Perfect cuts, perfect fits and fabrics that are buttery soft.
Reformation Ilyse Silk-Satin Mini Trikot* – The mini-est of dresses, I have to admit they are my favourite genre of dress! Go with knee-high boots and a hefty coat in the winter, or just wear it with some chunky sandals and a jute tote in the summer and you’re sorted.
Toteme Strapless Sateen Top* – On my forever quest to find the perfect ‘going out’ top, I feel like this is pretty high on the list. Imagine this with some vintage-fit jeans and a strap-heavy heel. Slicked back bun and a bold gold hoop and that’s a look right there.
Staud Alec Glossed-Leather Shoulder Bag* – The shape of this bag is just doing it for me right now. It’s my nod to the ’90’s trend and is pretty practical too because you can wohlbehalten a ritterlich amount of handbag bumf into it.
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Photos by Mark Newton