This is one way to wear a trench coat. But I’ve got a couple of other ideas to show you which I hope will inspire you when the temperature drops.
This trans-seasonal staple is a must in every woman’s wardrobe and it is currently being reinvented by fashion powerhouse Burberry Prorsum in metallic and shiny textures – to the tune of more than $3000 I might add!
This silver trench is bang on trend and the perfect way to incorporate metallics into your workday wardrobe. I’ve paired it with this Grecian inspired pink top, faux-leather Sass & Bide jeans and silver heels.
Who needs glass slippers when you can have fun with these babies!
I couldn’t resist playing dress-ups before heading off to church this morning. And would you believe it’s not the reason we were late – that was because of a flat tyre on a trailer. But that’s a really boring story. You know how it is, tools excite the guys; and fashion, beauty, food and exercise dominate most girly chats.
A black trench coat is almost a rite of passage into the Melburnian workforce. I livened it up with this watermelon knife-edge pleated skirt, turquoise t-shirt and beige, jewel embellished heels. Did I mention I’ve also got a white trench coat, a beige one, purple one . . .
But my favourite is this nude pink number . . .
These snakeskin platforms are a few years old and still going strong. I love them with this nude pink trench and pink lace shorts. And now you’re Looking Good Girls! Enjoy the rest of your weekend!
“Look up and see: who created these? He brings out the starry host by number; He calls all of them by name. Because of His great power and strength, not one of them is missing.” Isaiah 40:26.