Gerard Darel shearling coat (on sale), Valentino dress from Marissa Collections, Watson x Watson leather pants (similar leather pants available here) and Proenza Schouler patent boots (similar black boots available here and here)
Colour, prints and lace; look at me go! Breaking all kind of sartorial patterns in this Valentino dress from Marissa Collections. Despite my usual preference for unembellished minimalism, there was just something about this long sleeve Valentino beauty I couldn’t walk away from.
Accessorised with a snow-induced red nose after Bridget and I spent a little too long loitering on the streets of Soho after lunch at The Smile. Big thanks to Bridget for braving the snow (in heels no less) and taking these photos for me.
Get Charlotte’s look: Celine sunglasses (high street alternative available here), Blake LDN knit, Tibi skirt (similar skirts available here and here), Tibi boots (back in stock) and Givenchy clutch
How good is Charlotte’s blue tonal look? I’m really into the idea of monochromatic dressing, be it all grey, white on white or multiple shades of blue. And of course her full circle skirt by Tibi is such an amazing piece (I’ve decided it’s exactly what my wardrobe is missing). The proportions couldn’t be better – the length, the volume – it’s pretty much the perfect Spring piece. Just add strappy sandals and a loose tee; too easy.
Get Marie’s look: Whistles wrap coat (more pink coats also available here and here), Joseph leather pants (high street alternatives available here and here), white shirt, Jimmy Choo heels and Yvonne Koné bag
It’s no secret that I have a soft spot for dusty pink. And Marie is embracing the feminine hue in the best way possible; pairing it with nothing but monochrome separates. A little romantic but still totally minimal, she’s a girl after my own heart.