1) Snugly Cozy Comfy Fuzzy (anything along these beautiful lines)
Got a really soft stretchy turtleneck? No?
I have been an oversize-freak lately. Macs/duster coats, kimonos, sheer maxi blouses...They are just so modest and protective, while giving some accentuation and detail, my heaven. This thick dark-toned one on the left will cradle your back, booty, arms, and if you wrap it all around yourself cocoon-like, your precious front, too! I know that's where I shiver the most.
Also, who needs a coat now? This cardigan is everything. Even if I were to really severely need any more layering it would be a barely visible (or not even visible) body top under the turtleneck, below a thin-knit cardigan under the almighty ShopSosie one.
Now all we need is to get through the shoe struggle. IF you're not an accessory OCD.
Copped-top hems call for a high waist. Not because we all mind a stocky-midget silhouette more than someone who asks about the definition of the frow, but because it's freezing out there, its colder than my heart on the days I can't wear heels because I'd drained all the capacity in that ability the day before.
"This collarless jacket is about to give your track jacket a run for its money. Structured in way of a scuba knit fabrication and athletic inspired through a varsity-striped banded hem, this open-front topper was made for strutting down the sartorial streets."
ALL THE RAGE: a girl daring enough to pull this off flawlessly. HOW-TO: I've said no to this before, but menspiration shoes need a go alongside this number.
It is ridiculous how I always end up with the line of gold on the heel. ( on the left brogue/loafer/whatever the hell) I have got issues. Bear with me.
Whichever one of these beauties you end up with, I doubt you will ever in eternity regret your choice. I wish I had three pairs of feet to...although that would be more graphic-overload than a cultural tapestry, no offense. They just aaaalllllll extremely deserve a chance! On the same day! Why the hell not? Even though they tear up my heart - too much perfection.
First of all, I'd like to give these dopes a mention:
This is probably the boldest most right-out-of-FW14 look yet. What's not to completely fall in love with? What's not to cherish more than your Karl Lagerfeld autograph? Yeah okay *snort*, no, just no. I can certainly overdo things all I want, it's my own blog after all, but I've crossed the rose gold line, call the fashion police. NOTHING, as in -0, is supposed to be "cherished more than your effing K.L. autograph"! Why do I get so...ugh when I write?!?! Maybe it's how intricately on point the whole outfit turned out. Same? Gibber and Gobbledygook away in the comments ;)
4) BANG BANG BULK CHUNK CLUNK SPUNK
I know I'm being naughty, we're not meant to wear these bulks (green and black combo below) together or else they would morph into a major bulge, and as residents in a carb-fearing society, that can be the sort of statement you don't want. But I have seen models do it and succeed, I also know we're not all models or even close, don't worry, but I'm sure it's not that impossible of a getup.
The goal is always to end up chic or chicer!
Sure you can pair them with the flashy skirt shown on the "jumper" and some silver shimmered tights for the T Swizzle finish but, we gon' do this high street, private-school-sophomore style:
For in case you don't go with the plaid skirt -->
And I'm aware the outfit overall doesn't need an extra for textures, but I just adored how the marble pattern would transform the cotton blend of the sweater, and also the black skin and black jacket. The "white" acrylic though, I can't imagine what that'll flatter but your skin tone...still a plus.
With the red skirt -->
YES has been a major trend...on everything. Last week in Staples little me was trottin' all around for what's left of the TeenVogue school supply collection because of my moving schools, but then came across some Cynthia Rowley things and purchased them all!
And some black-stoned ring, but I might plot twist this up, like I must subject all fashion items to.
Half the things I now own say YES on them, half the box clutch purses anywhere say YES in cool graphics, Tumblr-esque florals and typography. I have this theory that it all started from Zoella, in this video, where she beautifully and gosh-so-genuinely explains the importance of these three letters: Y E S. It may have been anything else, but to think of her every time I look at my new locker inhabitants and just feel that surge of strawberry-flavored positiveness is indescribable. She also has her own bag bearing the Not No thing (I reckon I've become redundant), but this French one above is even more unique! It actually has a no on the back! That takes 'Fashion Statement' to the next level.