With winter sitting on the cusp of the month, dreary weather is rolling in. We can expect rain, dampness and the biting cold nibbling at our figure tips. Soon knits will become our bestfriends.
As for winter, plush jackets still have a while yet, so Fashionisto’s meet somewhere in between, with thick crafted cable knits. While on trend, they do their job to ensure the day and night chills are kept out! The cable part may have swept the runways of Fashionistos alike, this weeks trend roles rapidly in clean geometric patterns.
This Fashionisto’s sweater is carefully crafted in wool, woven and sold by aboriginals, pick up on his travels, therefore he seamlessly integrated some history and art-factual lines into his look. The iconic thick wool of this particular aboriginal group is stunning in make, not to mention it’s on trend with it’s collective cut and wear ability.
This Fashionisto mastered the last of fall and into the rainy days, while smartly avoiding the dark and drab colors; if the weather is dark it doesn’t mean your wardrobe needs to be! First he started with a staple—the chino. Chinos are minimalistic and malleable to any look or style. That statement can also be used for the plain crisp white V-neck shirt; they always have a time to be worn. Most of all, we can’t forget the showstopper claiming the outfit’s style, the sweater. This triple button-up sweater is thick and cozy enough to keep warm and leave a slight drizzle out, so your jackets can take a tiny break. This Fashionisto avoided dark colors to the fullest and used cream and light lavender to play into the overall aesthetic of the look. As an exclamation point to a sentence, this Fashionisto’s kicks ground the outfit in navy.
Hint: Hallelujah Fashionistos to winter weather at our doorstep and embrace the chills. Make sure to work up your wardrobe with thick, cultivated cable knits to keep on trend in geometric weaves. Weaves are all the dos, so avoid heavy jackets in this mid season section. At the same time, enjoy what mother nature has left for fall and infuse light colors into your style. We still have a while to completely embrace the enthralling of blister winter!