THE 4 LOOKS WE’RE LOVING THIS SEASON

Posted in Style on May 15, 2016 by


While Sydney is proving summer isn’t giving up without a fight, there’s no denying autumn is upon on us Down Under.

With the change of seasons come the key codes on updating our wardrobes. Do you pull out your oversized coats straight away? Are your denim shorts now totally off limits?

Homegrown Aussie designer Viktoria & Woods has come up with new trans-seasonal wardrobe staples with a pared-back contemporary feel that will have you feeling fresh in a flash.

From skirts and sneakers and double denim to the perfect jumpsuit pared with textured messy waves and bronzed, dewy skin, here are some of this season’s best styles.

[Viktoria & Woods Iron Dipped Hem T-Shirt and Viktoria & Woods Teller Flare]

Flares are reinvented with Viktoria & Woods’ exclusive grey marle. A statement silhouette, which can be dressed up or down with a simple white tee.

[Viktoria & Wood League Sweater, Viktoria & Woods Duchess Maxi Skirt and Lacoste Straightset Sneakers]

Relive the ‘90s with this beautiful long line silhouette floral skirt. With an asymmetric hem and front split detailing, this look is complete with a heavenly dove grey wool knit and black Lacoste sneakers. Comfortable and chic = perfect.

[Viktoria & Woods Delaware Jumpsuit]

Keep it chic and minimal with this neutral jumpsuit. Paired with heels, it’s flattering for all (even when you’re 5’3” like me).

[Viktoria & Woods History Tie Shirt, Viktoria & Woods Mayhem Flare and Viktoria & Woods Equalizer Coat]

By now, you are sure to know the ‘70s trend continues to stand strong and flares are yet again the stand out cut for the season. These blue jean babies are the epitome of this style with their flattering cut and soft texture. Another big trend this season is oversized denim, which makes for a great layering piece over matching denim flares. The finishing touch? A neutral coat hinged over the shoulders to provide trans-seasonal warmth.

Tell us, do you like any of these looks?

Which one is your favourite?


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