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Charlotte Collard | Yeti + Skinny

You’re not going to be cold this winter when you’ll follow the latest trend: the Yeti coat.
The last few months, large fashion houses got inspired by none other than Elmo. Emilio Pucci, Christian Dior, Gianfranco Ferre, Dries Van Noten and Ralph Lauren are just some famous names that send these hairy coats onto the runway.
The Yeti coat is recognizable by its slick, but thick hairs. It’s wide around the upper body and has no collar. It comes in natural colors such as brown and black, but daring fashionistas like Charlotte Collard rather chose colorful examples .
The Yeti coat is best worn in combination with a tight outfit. Think skinny jeans or a short dress with tights. As soon as you’ll wear it with flared jeans, you’ll look like you’ve gained 20 kilos.

Charlotte Collard in an Yves Salomon fur coat, Balmain green leather motorcycle trousers, and studded Giuseppe Zannotti loafers.

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Talented Mr. Ripley Look

L-O-V-E the foppish summer throwbacks neatening up men’s summer collections. There seems to be two distinct summer camps at play, one being the fringed fantastics flying the flag for festivals (wow, that was a lot of F’s). The other camp, raising their eyebrows at the revellers and my previous excessive alliteration (lazy writing) are the more discerning summer gents.

This gentile creature sees a rise in temperatures as no excuse to let sartorial judgements slide. His shorts are pleated, his rolled sleeve carefully ironed and his nails filed filed within the last week. Rich tan leather accessories add to the Italian Riviera-air,  with a polite nod to all things ‘Talented Mr. Ripley’.

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Gwynnie, Jude and Matt dabbling with summer smarts in The Talented Mr Ripley.

Shorts need to be smart and belted, or for a more frivolous seaside pair, opt for a cotton checked swimmers. Even with the latter, your shirt still needs to be tucked in. A classic Oxford short sleeve works wonders, or a form fitting smart polo will also do the job. Finish the look with some original rounded fifties shades and a (well thumbed) penguin classic.

Bloglovin125x60 Claire & Frank | West End, LONDON

Talented Mr. Ripley Look

L-O-V-E the foppish summer throwbacks neatening up men’s summer collections. There seems to be two distinct summer camps at play, one being the fringed fantastics flying the flag for festivals (wow, that was a lot of F’s). The other camp, raising their eyebrows at the revellers and my previous excessive alliteration (lazy writing) are the more discerning summer gents.

This gentile creature sees a rise in temperatures as no excuse to let sartorial judgements slide. His shorts are pleated, his rolled sleeve carefully ironed and his nails filed filed within the last week. Rich tan leather accessories add to the Italian Riviera-air,  with a polite nod to all things ‘Talented Mr. Ripley’.

https://nosinmivisa.files.wordpress.com/2011/06/5b461-gwyneth_paltrow_jude_law_matt_damon_the_talented_mr_ripley_001.jpg?w=798&h=487

Gwynnie, Jude and Matt dabbling with summer smarts in The Talented Mr Ripley.

Shorts need to be smart and belted, or for a more frivolous seaside pair, opt for a cotton checked swimmers. Even with the latter, your shirt still needs to be tucked in. A classic Oxford short sleeve works wonders, or a form fitting smart polo will also do the job. Finish the look with some original rounded fifties shades and a (well thumbed) penguin classic.

Bloglovin125x60 Claire & Frank | West End, LONDON

Daytime sequins look

how to wear daytime sequins

For a long time, sequins have been thought of as a night­time embe­llish­ment. While their gla­mo­rous nature does lend itself per­fectly to your night war­drobe, the modern girl knows how to mix things up by wea­ring sequins during the day. If you’re won­de­ring how to pull off day­time sequins, you’ve come to the right place. The Sar­to­ria­list recently spot­ted this gla­mo­rous girl in New York, who shows us how to style the look with ease.

Clearly, the trick to wea­ring day­time sequins is to keep the rest of your out­fit mini­ma­list and toned down. Take a look at our sty­lish sub­ject: her out­fit is com­pri­sed of mostly solid, dark colors, save for her coat, which is a dark mus­tard color. The color of the coat resi­des wit­hin the same area of the color wheel as her gold sequi­ned top, which is why this look works so well.

Get this look by pai­ring this Loreli Racer Back Tank by Joie with this Dou­ble Breas­ted Trench Coat  from Arden B. Add this pair of Skin­nie Clas­si­que Jeans  by Blank Denim and then finish it off with these Vina Tall Shaft Round Toe Boots by Lau­ren Ralph Lauren.

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Daytime sequins look

how to wear daytime sequins

For a long time, sequins have been thought of as a night­time embe­llish­ment. While their gla­mo­rous nature does lend itself per­fectly to your night war­drobe, the modern girl knows how to mix things up by wea­ring sequins during the day. If you’re won­de­ring how to pull off day­time sequins, you’ve come to the right place. The Sar­to­ria­list recently spot­ted this gla­mo­rous girl in New York, who shows us how to style the look with ease.

Clearly, the trick to wea­ring day­time sequins is to keep the rest of your out­fit mini­ma­list and toned down. Take a look at our sty­lish sub­ject: her out­fit is com­pri­sed of mostly solid, dark colors, save for her coat, which is a dark mus­tard color. The color of the coat resi­des wit­hin the same area of the color wheel as her gold sequi­ned top, which is why this look works so well.

Get this look by pai­ring this Loreli Racer Back Tank by Joie with this Dou­ble Breas­ted Trench Coat  from Arden B. Add this pair of Skin­nie Clas­si­que Jeans  by Blank Denim and then finish it off with these Vina Tall Shaft Round Toe Boots by Lau­ren Ralph Lauren.

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