Stow your trusty sandals and flip-flops away and purchase a pair of casual lace-ups instead. They provide the comfort and stability that you’d associate with trainers, but look far more stylish.
Fashion from the 1970s is a hot trend this season, which is why we’re recommending sporting a turtleneck. They are easy to layer with, keep you warm and resonate with classic style.
Nothing says winter quite like a plaid shirt. Whether you choose to stick to classic colours such as red, black and white or take a more contemporary approach, there’s no denying that plaid shirts, when worn with jeans or chinos, look effortlessly stylish.
Whether it is the air conditioning on your flight or a slight nip in the air in the wee hours of morning, having a cardigan on standby is surely a good move. You can layer with ease and peel the cardigan off the moment you feel stifled.
A dinner date or a few rounds of drinks calls for something more stylish than your staple grey T-shirt and shorts combo. Dress up a white T-shirt with a navy or cobalt blazer and add loafers to match. You can also experiment with printed ones if you’re feeling adventurous.
Much like a cardigan, going on a winter holiday without a scarf is a cardinal sin. You can use it not only to keep cosy, but also to dress up a basic outfit. Also, if you can master how to drape your scarf in a few different ways, you’re halfway to nailing a chic European look.
While your simple watch is just what you need to dress up your suits, on vacation, use your watch to inject personality into your outfit. Pick one with a coloured dial or a bright strap to accessorise your capsule winter vacation wardrobe.
Written By : Shirley Mistry