It's the last week of fashion month, and I for one have been interested to see what styles are taking to the streets for upcoming seasons. A couple of trends I admired were embroidered folk pieces, ring detail bags and ruffle blouses. Is it just me, or has anyone else wanted to jump on a plane to Milan this week? I for one have never visited, but it's most definitely on the list for next February. Back in June, I had the pleasure of visiting Rome. One colour that I couldn’t escape was Terracotta. Buildings are dripping in this tone, and for a monochrome lover like me it was definitely a challenge sharing my travels whilst introducing this warmness throughout my Instagram feed. Since my trip, I have been drawn to copper tones both in the home and in the wardrobe. It’s a colour that really compliments black, white and navy. It’s definitely one to watch out for!
Todays look is my first post to feature this rusty tone. With a bit of a tan, this colour really pops. I have tried to mix up the styling to accommodate for the unpredictable Sydney weather. I have done this by styling a wrap around dress under a silk sleeveless blouse. I love experimenting with layers, and it shouldn't be exclusive just to winter. If you shop fabrics such as linen and 100% cotton, then it avoids you feeling uncomfortable in warmer climates. I also like to experiment with button down Shirts tied at the front to give that relaxed thrown together look. Style tip – buy one size up and pull off the shoulder for an instant chic feel.
I have finished my look with a pair of knot slippers and my trusty Gucci pieces to add a bit of luxe to the look. It’s also a designer that I have been heavily invested in this season. I think next on the list is the skinny tan belt!
Shop my look:
Hold Tight Wrap Dress: Third Form (25% off with code STYLESTRUCTURE)
Come Closer Top: Third Form ((25% off with code STYLESTRUCTURE)
Knotted Slippers: Zara or similar here
Photography and edit by myself