Still Waiting for Spring

When it comes to fashion I like classic lines and feminine details. Nothing over the top trendy. Clothing is supposed to flatter your shape not constrict it to suit every trend. If you don't get the foundation right you're going to waste your time and money every season. With that said, there's no harm in looking at designer goods for inspiration. You can always find similar items at a fraction of the price, buy used, or even add your own handmade touches if you're so inclined. The most important elements are the cut and the fabric. If you get that right your look will seem effortless and your style will be timeless.

1.  Givenchy Black Cashmere and silk top available at Montaigne Market

2.  Blue China Rose Umbrella available from Strathcona Stockings

3.  Awake trenchcoat available from Matchesfashion

4.  Altuzarra Xavier crepe skirt available from Netaporter

5.  Dolce & Gabbana Oranges scarf from Luisa via Roma (sold out?)

6.  Ann Demeulemeester cardigan available from Farfetch

7.  Carolina Herrera skirt available from Farfetch

8.  Haider Ackermann top available from Matchesfashion

9.  Etro cora pumps available from Matchesfashion

10.  Simone Rocha scalloped skirt available from Farfetch

11.  Kiki de Montparnasse available from Netaporter

12.  NLST Breton stripe jersey dress available from Matchesfashion

13.  Lisa Marie Fernandez available from Matchesfashion

14.  Simone Rocha pink dress available from Farfetch

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