November dressing is made easy with these luxe looks that thrive on considered staples …
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We love a classic navy blazer, but what about upgrading to a pinstripe. They’re having a resurgence right now but they’re also a timeless look – meaning you’ll root out a pinstriped piece season after season. Shop the blazer here.
Is it just us or is getting dressed right now all about good layering? Jessica Skye shows us how it’s done with a white T-shirt, a cosy knit and a Breton long sleeve thrown on top for good measure.
A pair of flat stomping boots are essential right now as the winter weather bites. Shop the best flat boots for all budgets here.
Temper a high-octane party dress (and get extra wear out of it pre-Christmas) by pairing it with low-heeled boots rather than vertiginous heels. Western style and Chelsea boots will both work well here too.
Three cheers for tonal dressing: it’s easy, it always looks elegant and you needn’t worry about your pieces clashing. Claire Rose shows us how it’s done in these winter-perfect shades of brown.
Don’t fear double denim – when done right it can look ultra luxe, especially if the denim has a faded, lived in feel. The fact that this denim shirt is by Khaite doesn’t hurt, either.
To us, November dressing is all about embracing classic winter staples – a great pair of jeans, an excellent knit, a shirt that always looks super-crisp, a do-it-all blazer. Eschew trends and nail these pieces first – your wardrobe will thank you. (And use sisters Amalie and Cecilie Moosgaard as your style pin-ups.)
If in doubt go monochrome. A sharp-shouldered jacket will ensure the look translates from day to night with aplomb.
A flash of red is on-trend right now. According to style influencer Anouk Yve “it’s the colour that makes every neutral in your capsule wardrobe pop”. We agree!
We are big fans of a double-breasted coat (shop the best styles here) – contrast the mannish fit with elegant pearl jewellery for a feminine edge.