Velvet love

There’s no doubt that velvet is one of the most celebrated fabrics this season and this time it’s not all about formally dressing it up or wearing it strictly for the holiday parties to come. The luxury texture is great for everyday outfits as well. The point is to keep the look laid back for a daily look.

Velvet bottoms are about as deep into this trend as you can get. While they aren’t the easiest item to pull off, when styled the right way, their impact will be unforgettable. Look for midi skirts, trousers, trackpants or dress and pair them back with silk camis or basic tees or sweaters for an effortless vibe. With this long velvet dress you can perfectly play the layering game and wear an oversized sweater over it and it will give your look a serious edge. Those slip dresses are excellent for layering looks, as you can also try wearing a tee (or hoodie if there’s enough room) underneath for extra warmth and throw a coat over your shoulders. So lush:)! Another way of working a velvet dress, which you can expect to see lots of this winter, is over light-washed denim.

Last mentioned, if you buy one pair of trend-lead shoes for this season – wheter you’re into boots, heels or slippers – go velvet. A dark wine colour or black will add interest to your most basic looks. I recently bought this pair of velvet sock boots at nakd and love them:) They go so well with dresses!

I hope you like this post and I wish you all a fantastic week.

x. C.

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Dress: www.asos.com

Jumper: similar www.asos.com

Handbag: www.mytheresa.com

Boots: www.na-kd.com

 

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