It’s called the season to be merry and it is here! And why not?! For this is the time, we look forward to spending some quality time with our families and friends; ring in festivities at home and look our best with some chic outer wears and glamorous dresses. And if you are not looking up to any of those, you can still snuggle up tight in the coziest of blankets and grab a hot cup of cappuccino.
As excited as I am, for this being the first look of Fall 2016-17 on the blog, I hope you are having a wonderful holiday season as well!
Let’s talk about the outfit in focus here now!
Cold shouldering was probably one of the biggest trends this summer and it is safe to say that it has comfortably slipped into winters as well! The exposed shoulders trend has been smartly used in winter outfits as well, especially sweaters and knit dresses.
One such outfit was this full sleeve midi dress I saw on Koovs. The fabric, colour and turtle neck of the dress made it a perfect fall choice after all.
I decided to pair the dress with ankle length boots from H&M (which I have been completely obsessed with this season) and a black beret cap. Berets, though originally belonging to military, give you a classic European winter feel and I have been a fan since my childhood. This one is a pretty old cap which I had, coincidentally, bought from Koovs too. I shall find a similar one and insert the link at the end of the post, in case anyone wishes to own one.
I accessorized the outfit with an infinity gold body chain to add a dash of spunk to the whole look. The classic finishing touches came via my some rose gold watch from D&G and DKNY bag.
You could opt for a black biker jacket or a long cardigan to add another layer over it, without changing anything. Since I shot this look last month when the temperature was much bearable, I did good without any outer layer.
So that’s about it all; enjoy the pictures and tell me in the comment section below how you all liked it! Lookin forward to hearing from you!
Until next time,
Stay stylish, Stay fabulous,