For those who know me, it’s no surprise that I actually wear light colors and pastels 90% of the time. Of course in winter it’s mostly more practicable to wear black and for some elegant classic looks I love to wear it, but the majority of days I gravitate to light colors. Even though writing this after showing a full black look in my last post kind of doesn’t make sense, I really do feel instantly more moody when I wear a full black look and more happy and light in pastels. So why not throwing a full look of white and cream shades together that is also really appropriate for the winter time? I also did this in this post last winter, but this winter look is even more bright.
Those duck boots by Sperry are actually sold out right now, since I have bought them last year, but there are a lot of similar styles out there. They’re lined with fleece and they’re waterproof which makes them the perfect really bad weather winter boots. For days when you don’t want to wear tall rain boots since they’re too cold or you don’t want to wear your Ugg boots since they’re too warm or get soaked by the rain, those boots are the right ones. And I think the light color with the quilting is such a different style to the normal dark colored ones.
My camel coat is something I’m wearing every single day. I own several ones and this is my newest addition. I love the cut and the details and you can also add a fur collar that is beautiful. Sadly the camel color is sold out already, but the black version is still in stock. Right now it’s on Sale, which makes it 200€. It such a beautiful coat that I would go for the black version as well. Still preferring the camel color of course and found a similar one here.
This camel coat will also be the only one I will bring to London this weekend. We will be in the city for only two days and I can’t wait! It will be a blast for me to visit all of the historical places again and dream about living in London. I love the British history and culture and already envision us two strolling through the streets and parks and having afternoon tea. Of course there will also be some shopping involved and I’m looking forward to visiting my favorite stores, especially Ted Baker and Anthropologie. Obviously I will document this trip and you’ll find it soon on the blog with our tips on how to spend 48 hours in London.