London weather can be really confusing.Sometimes it’s windy and rainy but very often sunny with warm temperatures. Trench coats and Coats like Camel Coats were born to be worn for this time around the year.
If you decide for the colour black you’ll never go back. I was definitely the type of girl who owned a lot of black and very odd garments. Nowadays I’m totally into colour blocking, which is still a bit of a challenge to me sometimes. Who says browns can’t be worn with blacks? I believed in this rumour because my grandma told me when I was a little girl. One of the good old fashion advises I have never forgotten! I’m happy that fashion evolves in a very fast pace and changes every time. There’s still room for more changes in the future.
Camel Coat Love
I got an addiction when it comes to all kind of coats. Especially camel coats that stuck in my memory since I flipped through the Vogue collection for F/W 2014. I was always in love with the Parisian style, which is timeless and very minimalistic. This camel coat definitely got it and goes with everything in your wardrobe. There are much more shades like greys and oxblood that you could go for. I like to stick to soft brown shades as they add a professional touch to the look. I wear my camel coat very often to meetings and it’s part of my daily casual workwear styles. The key to an ultimate daily office look is to keep it simple, classy and professional.
Strong lips? I can’t even imagine one day without the great blue violet colour. It matches perfectly to my camel coat and underlines the power woman in me. I stick to strong coloured lips because they can take a huge effect on your complete makeup look and appearance.
Jumper: Zara (Similar)
Camel Coat: Zara (Similar)
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Pumps: Hugo Boss (Similar)