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Top 6 Winter Fashion Trends

Winter is here to stay and we can’t deny this fact, so why not enjoy it and bring out the best trends this season!

Without much talking, I jump into to decode my Winter Fashion. Melbourne winters are harsh and chilly and you must have heard it over and again layering is the game. So, can we keep it stylish even with tonnes of layering?

Well, the answer is yes.

  • Red is the colour: Monochrome is boring and to stand out pop a red trench coat on any monochrome/ black outfit to make yourself stand out. This adds a fresh pop to the usual mundane outfits. Don’t forget to pair it up with your red lips.

This trench coat from Portman has been with me through the Autumn to Winter transition and I still prefer to camaarry it along on an otherwise rainy and Gloomy Melbourne winter.

 

  • Hot Pink it’s a girl thing: Every girl has their favourite pink outfit in her wardrobe, so do i. This hot pink trench coat from Forever New stands out and goes well with an all-black outfit. I prefer to pair it with black boots and a fuchsia scarf to keep it stylish.
  • A touch of Metallic: I know not many of you have experimented with Metallic, as it’s tough to pair. So, I decided to wear it with a black top and paired it with a white fur jacket. Metallic touches add an element of glam to your Winter wardrobe.
  • The humble Denim Jacket: The Denim Jacket is a hardworking wardrobe staple and you probably can’t stay without it any season. So, I love pairing this with almost anything and everything be it a dress, a bodycon dress or denim over denim.

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  • The Blanket Coat: This comes handy during the chilly days in Melbourne. The lack of form and structure allow the jacket to drape itself around the wearer’s body, making it versatile and flattering for most. So, wearing it alone or pair it up with a belt both the looks goes well.

 

  • The Corporate Pink Jacket: If you’re a 9-5 person, you know how much overrated the black and the blue blazer is, therefore, I prefer to flaunt a girly colour and yet stick to the work norms. This pink Jacket is Friday work staple and I prefer to create a new look by pairing with either denim or a denim skirt.
  • Boots: Can’t think of Melbourne winter without boots, I love the low cuts boots and my favourite colours will be black and brown which normally goes along with most of the above outfits.

 

So, if you love any of the above looks, don’t forget to drop a line saying which one. My personal favourite shall always be the Pink trench coat. So, folks go ahead and experiment with your Winter wardrobe and don’t forget to keep it stylish.

 

If you would like to read more about Outfits of the day don’t forget to check out my Autumn Shoot!

 

 

 

Street Style at the Mercedes Benz Fashion week, Sydney!

Street style at MBFWA, wearing a Valleygirl dress

Street style at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion week:
Street Style is all about flaunting the best of yourself without saying anything and being an Instagram flogger, there couldn’t be a better occasion for me than a Fashion week. So I decided to assemble the best outfits from my wardrobe that resonated well with my style statement.

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Off Runway Trends at MBFWA
Street style at MBFWA

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So before I head to who wore what? Here’s a series of Gallery (Street styles in Australia) of what I wore.

street style at MBFWA
Street style at MBFWA

I like to keep it simple, straight and yet trendy. This simple white floral body-hugging dress from the Valley Girl Australia was the perfect one to flaunt my toned self. I accessorized it with Lovisa, needless to say, there can’t be any better way to accessories, if you happen to be a Lovisa lover, you know what I am talking already. Coming from Melbourne, I was greeted by warmer temperatures hence this outfit went on to raise some eyebrows here and there.

Street style at MBFWA, wearing a Valleygirl dress

 

Playsuits were high in style last season at the Aussie land and if you happen to miss the gorgeous Playsuits I had flaunted last summer catch it right here. 
This Bobby printed black and white MRP tube Playsuit was simple and I teamed it up with a blazer from the work wardrobe. Went pretty well while I hassled around the shows with my camera.


A big fan of dresses, and if you give a color from my favorite palate I can’t say no. This peach colour uneven hemline dress, designed by Evanna House from Singapore was an asymmetrical easy going dress.
“Evanna Fashion House” is a company that specially caters to the women’s and men’s of today. The company has 2 designer brands “Agragrami” and “Mikhadi”, and their respective fashion designers are Vandana and Sachin.It defines class, exclusivity and quality. It isn’t a fast fashion brand, we do not mass produce but instead we look into every element of the customer needs and wants.

A line dress designed by Evanna Fashion house, Singapore
Wearing an A line Peach color outfit by Evanna Fashion House, Singapore

The weekend demanded some drama extra flamboyance so the 3 back to back outfits that I wore at the Weekend Edition of Mercedes Benz Fashion week, Resort 2018 Collection in Sydney were Indo-ethnic and simple denim over denim (a trend that never goes away).

This ethnic top I teamed up with my favorite denim jeans and a denim jacket, the embroidered cropped top from Melbourne Fashionhubforall, does go pretty well if you team up with a well-fitted jean.
Street styles spotted: Here are few street styles that caught my attention

Off runway styles are all about expressing yourself through what you’re wearing, so incline in showcasing your best self without compromising on your own fashion statement.
Indulge and experiment to bring the best of yourself, like I always say keep it simple yet trendy!
Did you read the coverage on Mercedes Benz Fashion week? If not head straight to catch the top trends that dominated the runway.