There are some pieces we just need to have in our wardrobe for winter. Between heavy jackets and trousers, I was happy to see that the good and classic high neck knits fell in runways of fashion influencers.
It is warm and basic, but stylish. From the lighter fabrics to the bulky ones, it is worth choosing one that most suits your style – whether it is a mix of tones, fabrics “fur”, fringes or minimalist.
Camila Coelho shows us that her girly style deserves a high collar. She chose this sweater with a mixture of grays and dark blues and combined it with a midi skirt, a piece that has come to stay. Check out how the trick to put the front of the blouse in the skirt (with a thin belt) gave charm to the look.
On the catwalks, everything is innovated. The Brazilian Barbara Casasola – which has a super minimalist style – brought the zig zag detail to the blouse. However, Roberto Cavalli presented short length and fur yarns on the sleeves for a young and feminine option. Going back to minimalism, Victoria Beckham brought desired-items for her collection. Funky molded with a heavier form – I love it! – To match, long pencil skirts.
For the girlies on the lookout – as Camila Coelho and Olivia Palermo -, J. Crew created a fitted pink option to match this beautiful purple skirt. In contraposition to the super feminine style, Sportmax mixed references of sports and folk in earthy tones, with side slits and fringes on the bottom. Cool!
As bloggers Luiza Sobral e Mariília Queiroz arrasaram nas semanas internacionais com a peça, mas de maneiras diferentes. A Luiza escolheu uma blusa neutra para combinar com o casaco de franjas pink. Já a Marília usou uma opção mais fininha por baixo de um vestido de couro. Parabéns, girls!
Bloggers Luiza Sobral and Mariília Queiroz stole the scene during international fashion weeks with high colar pieces. Luiza chose a neutral blouse to match the pink fringe coat. On the contrary, Marilia wore a lighter fabric item under a leather dress.
What about you ladies? Which options do you like best?