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#weekly fashion edit

#weekly fashion edit: Chelsea boots

I discovered Cecilie Copenhagen last year on Instagram and bought this gorgeous Topanga top in black which is unbelievably sexy and stylish.
As the new A/W17 collection has the just hit the stores, I spotted this beautiful Beat round neck cotton dress (1) which would be really easy to wear through several seasons.

“Iconic since the 60s, Chelsea boots are a great staple for Autumn & Winter”

Rather than pairing it with a pair of flat pumps, I would break the mould and wear them with a pair of classic Chelsea boots (5).

I really like the feeling of wearing strong, solid boots, especially when the rest of my outfit is feminine and I’m still in love with the Chelsea boots I got last year in Paris, from Anthology Paris . There is also a few sizes left on Smallable. Unfortunately, they are khaki but sometimes when a colour is dark enough, you can get away with applying dark/black shoe cream.

Church’s has also some fantastic brogues and boots for a masculine look.

Regardless of where you get yours from, if you manage to find a great classic pair, they are a great staple to have and they won’t go out of fashion.

You can wear them with cropped jeans (see here), tights & a short skirt (see here) or black leggings although my favourite leggings, are these leather leggings from Hush

I would accessorise the look with this bucket leather bag (3) or this Fifi leather bag I featured last week. Both are practical and versatile.

And of course, a pair of super matt tights  and this Bryce wool coat (2) from Stella McCartney because let’s face it, Summer is over for us on this side of the hemisphere…

PS: I’ve added this amenity kit (4) by Grown Alchemist because I’m a fan of their products and packaging.

Which item caught your eye? Does this inspire you to use things from your wardrobe you hadn’t use for a while?


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