The color palette for winter, according to the fashion set, has gotten whiter and brighter. The new neutrals for winter are the shades of tan, beige, and cream once favored for summer. Toss the rule book out the window and fully embrace white, even though Labor Day feels so long ago we barely remember it. Because the color palette is so soft, try to introduce some structure into the outfit with precise tailoring to avoid looking like the dollop of whipped cream. Or maybe that’s exactly what you want to look like, because it sounds delicious.
Khakis are sexy again. Trousers are sexy again. Dressing like an adult is finally sexy again. MaxMara’s weekend trousers are perfect for work with an ankle boot and a blazer, but just as good running errands on the weekend with an oversize sweater. We’re partial to this chunky-knit from H&M, but there are more coming.
This two-piece sweater set from Pixie Market is unbelievably elegant, as if you have piles and piles of cashmere sitting around and you grabbed a spare just in case. Throw them on with these straight-leg jeans from Raey for an outfit’s that comfortable and makes you look like the lead in a Nancy Meyer’s movie.
A third and perfect outfit suggestion for you: this loose-fitting cashmere crew from Raey. Add these trousers from Kilometre Paris with a fun detail on the pants leg. And since it is still winter, stay comfy cozy with this insanely fun and glamourous faux-fur jacket that even Cruella de Ville would be jealous of.
Finally, because we still can’t get enough of turtlenecks this season, we picked out a bunch that we love. J.Crew’s cable-knit cashmere sweater is a fresh take on the pattern, with their oversized, modern cables. Everlane’s square turtleneck is perfect for the minimalist among us.
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