Impossibly chic but not at all fussy, I love everything about this. A camel coat is a winter classic, and the cut of Leticia’s is amazing. The simple tailoring creates the perfect slouch, and the folded-back sleeves and pin-tucked hem is just the right amount of detail. I’m digging the mid-length of Leticia’s geometric print dress; the pleats fall so effortlessly and create such a great shape. That said, it’s really all about the accessories – the sultry Ellery cat-eye sunglasses and vibrant Celine heels. If I could skip around in any coloured heels, these would be it.
I usually find that desaturated street style shots are not as captivating as their colour-filled counterparts. But since Kira was dressed almost completely in black, removing the colour didn’t change the essence of the photograph too much. Plus, I love how it highlights her silhouette against the sunlit opera house in the background.
I love the shade of Bec’s maroon dress; it’s depth and subtly is perfect for winter. The cut is so effortless and relaxed too – the fitted bodice balances out the floaty layers of fabric. Dresses often seem limiting as there’s not much you can do to style them, but a great colour makes all the difference. And how good are Bec’s pony-hair wedges?