COVERED IN CARAMEL.

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WEARING: ZARA Trousers (similar ARKET), VAGABOND Sock boots (similar OTHER STORIES), MANGO Blazer (similar OTHER STORIES), MANGO Vynil bag (similae ASOS), NO NAME Cashmere scarf.

 

It’s a caramel fall and I want to get covered in it from head to toe. All shades of brown & caramel are booming now, therefore you can officially fall into a caramel obsession and that will be totally ok.
WHAT’S ON TREND. Definitely caramel and corduroy. Yes, 70’s inspired corduroy blazers are back and I’m loving it! I’ve always loved velvet, however didn’t wear it much. This fall it’s out and about in every store, so make sure to try some tailored corduroy blazers, like this one from Mango or & Other Stories for example.

HOW TO WEAR. If you’re not sure what to wear your corduroy blazer in rich brown color, then make sure to keep it simple and choose complimentary colours like camel, beige, white and black to make some accents. This is a classy colour pallete and you simply can’t go wrong with it. Here I specifically love how loose aka men cut trousers are combined with elegant sock boots. Btw, sock boots are one of those timeless investments that will keep you happily stylish every season.

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Another variation of this look would be with sneakers. Just put your sneakers on and this style will immeditely turn into more casual sporty relaxed vibe.
Which one do you like more btw – with sock boots or with sneakers? Let me know and let’s all get caramelized!
Love, Anna

 

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