Among bursts of neon and exuberant floral prints, one spring trend has set itself apart: classic black and white! With a paired-down colour palette and a clean, back-to-basics aesthetic, they are the easiest to style. And they work for pretty much occasion.

I was wearing

Pants: Zara

Top: Asos

Coat: (Selfmade)

Heels: Mai Piu Senza

Socks: H&M

Bag: Vintage

Hat: Topshop

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It´s rich, it´s regal and with so many shades to choose from. For centuries, purple reigned for royality and it is a colour you can mix up with anything. Many women are afraid to wear purple because they think it´s not a good shade on them, but purple is just as flattering as pink, so all you have to do is find the right purple for you.

I was wearing

Coat: Witty Knitters

Bag: L.Credi

Jeans: Only

Sneakers: Reebok

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From leather to quilting, or retro 70´s to modern minimalist, finding your perfect bomber is as important as finding you perfect lip shade. So if the term „bomber jacket“ wasn´t a part of your lexicon last season, it definintely is now! Whether you´re still shoppping for the perfect find or simply need some fresh ideas on how to wear yours, it is profitable!

I was wearing

Bomber-jacket: Juicy Couture

Dress: Morgan

Overknee Boots: Aldo

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When the weather turns cold, a pair of fur boots-whether faux fur or the real deal- works with everything from a sleek pair of denim jeans and a cable knit sweater to a shift dress and a cashmere cape. Instead of grabbing ballet flats or leather riding boots to wear with your classic pieces, you can swap out your ensemble shoes for fuzzy footwear that will add style to your wardrobe in an instant.

I was wearing

Fur-Boots: MOU

Jeans: Asos

Shirt: Gina Tricot

Cardigan: Esprit

Scarf: Marc Cain

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No colour is more fresh or crisp than white. So if you only try one trend this season, it should be the all-white look. When it comes to putting together a look that is sleek and sophisticated, I often find that going heavy on the neutrals and light on the brights works best. While many ladies swear by their collections of black basics, I think an all-white ensemble makes for a much more refreshing statement. It´s easy to feel intimidated when putting together a monochromatic look-especially one that´s all-over ivory. But if there´s ever a time to tackle this Fashion obstacle, it´s now.

I was wearing


Sneakers: Lacoste

Wool-Skirt: (Selfmade)

Sweater: Superdry

Shirt: Only

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