You’ve probably seen it already but this “Kicking Back”- editorial in Vogue US April issue pretty much sums up my mood this spring, stripped back simplicity, chilled silhouettes and gorgeous effortless pieces. Thumbs up to crew Grace Coddington, photographer Karim Sadli and girl crush Daria Werbowy.
Ok, so I’m perhaps a little carried away by the wonderful warm weather we’ve been blessed with in London at the moment. Hopefully it won’t be long though before we can sport full on springy outfits, so this year I’ll be prepared, and I wouldn’t mind stocking up with these lovely pieces new in stores!
Seriously crushing on Stella McCartney’s A/W-14 knitted creations, knits awesomeness I’d say, and if knitwear didn’t peak this season I’m pretty sure it’s gonna be one of next falls major trends (Céline too!). For those of you talented and creative knitters out there, here are your next DIY projects!
We’ve got a colourful spring ahead of us, but personally I’ll most likely stick to the softer, earthy colour scales no matter what trend forecasts are telling us. Hence these are some airy, springy picks I wouldn’t mind adding to my wardrobe. Perhaps time for a spring clean and book that ticket somewhere humid!
Bringing onboard ethnical accessories with an otherwise minimal and chilled look feels so right this moment! Loving this editorial inspiration by Vogue Germany February issue, photographed by Claudia Knoepfel and Stefan Indlekofer, styling by Nicola Knels.
Scarves as statement details made is revival on Celine’s A/W 12 runway, but this season it’s popping up in many places, and it’s such a nice detail paired with a simple top. I’ve already laid my hands on a few favourites out there myself, and my advice if you want to archive that tight little knot is to go for smaller, squared scarves in silk, twill or delicate cashmere.
Leave it to Vogue Paris editorials to inspire with trends and pieces you never realised you actually wanted, wide legged avant garde belted trousers likes these for instance, not to mention yet new “Birkenstock-inspired-versions”, well, we can blame Phoebe Philo for the latter.