All dressed up and... freezing your ASS off.
When it comes to dressing for an end of winter/beginning of spring rooftop soiree or wedding in a mystical forest on a, let's call it 'crisp' August evening (*cough* completely freezing *cough), being the bride's unexpected something blue is not exactly favourable.
Here's what to wear:
The long jacket
Go for a more androgynous look by picking a fitted, yet slightly oversized blazer, pair it with black trousers, good boots, platform brogues or heels and slay. A red statement lip with this look also goes a long way.
A dress is so often the go-to idea for an event. Yet in winter or early spring this means succumbing to a cold the day after. So, opt for a long-sleeved dress in a warmer fabric (even consider suede or velvet) and pair this look with a trousers underneath like Lulama, see-through tights or thigh-high boots like Qaanita (see below).
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Go for a suit vibe, pairing it with a simple white long-sleeved t-shirt and some ankle boots or platforms heels. Remember you can also wear socks with heels.
Keep nice and cosy in an embroidered velvet top and culottes.
Sheer sounds kind of counterintuitive in this context, right? Yet you can combine a sheer shirt with warmer elements, like a suit or a high-waisted skirt, stockings and an oversized coat.
Make a statement with satin as you slip on your pjs along with some dope heels. Remember to drape a coat around your shoulders for that supa chic, nonchalant look.
There's nothing better than a fitted shirt. Try one in colour as you steer clear of the everyday white shirt and style it with nice gold jewels, a high-waisted skirt, boots and a biker jacket.