For those over in the Northern Hemisphere one of the key trends to take note of this AW14 is the Roll Neck. And for those here in Melbourne, like myself, it is definitely cold enough to pull off this look. (I am usually torn between my love for the sunshine, and my love of winter clothes… I think Melbourne and I are going to get along just fine).
Cosy, oversized and snuggly, a trend that I’m happy to follow. However, sometimes, choosing the right one can be difficult – not all are flattering. If you’re unsure about the style opt for an over-sized knit, perfect with skinny jeans and boots/Cons. But, if you’re body confident, then why not opt for a skin-tight knit – a great option for the office in winter, teamed with cropped cigarette pants or a pencil skirt.
Gents, this is a trend for you also… perhaps you good-looking couples out there could try to style out a ‘his n’ her’s’ roll-neck combo, or… maybe not.
Here’s some roll-neck inspo for you;
And my picks to purchase for the girls…
And for the boys…
Matches Fashion (Ami) $290
Mr Porter (Loro Piana) £1,558
It’s that time again, Fashion Weeks are in full swing, and the fash’ pack are out in full force. Tommy Ton will be out and about snapping the truly stylish, and those who know how to rock a statement or two.
Meanwhile, here are some of my favourites from over the years…
Photo Credits Tommy Ton via Style.com, GQ.com and Pinterest
I’ve been a bad blogger of late, and haven’t managed to post due to 5 weeks of fun and frolics back in the UK (and Paris/South of France), so before we carry on with the fashion side of things, I thought I’d post a visual catch up (stylish pals n’all) so you can see what I’ve been up to – in short, Vietnam, my sister’s wedding, London – being a tourist in the city I used to live in, Brighton with the girls, waltzers, waltzers and waltzers again, camping in the countryside, seeing my beautiful family and friends, Paris, crazy taxidermy shop and graveyards, my cousin’s wedding and Shambala festival (I think the most fun I have ever had! Quite a statement I know…)
A whirlwind, but worth every crazy minute…