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Winter wardrobe: Arctic fur vs Monochromatic edge

Winter wardrobe: Arctic fur vs Monochromatic edge

Arctic fur: get the look
Today Julie from Off The Rails is sharing more ways to style your jeggings and has created two totally different winter looks for us. View our previous two looks here.

The first look is Arctic Fur which is all about rustic glam. Think Swiss ski cabin, cosy log fireplaces, glühwein and relaxed weekends! Yes, the look is appealing, cosy and warm.

Stick to camel tones and tans to create a more sophisticated feel. Be sure to add texture to keep it from looking flat and dull.

GET THE LOOK // Bag: Willow Tree/ Jersey: Capra Cashmere / Faux fur gilet: Five Legends / Boots: Country Road / Sunglasses: Select Sunglasses / Hand knitted scarf: Chi-Chi Alpacas / Jeggings: Spanx
Arctic fur: get the look
A statement bag makes all the difference, this bucket bag from local designer, Thalia Strates, is a winner.

GET THE LOOK // Bucket bag: Thalia Strates/ Scarf: Country Road / Boots: Country Road / Pom pom: Bellezza / Necklace: Desray 
Arctic fur: get the look monochromatic edge: get the look
Monochromatic Edge is the second look and has a younger, more sporty feel. The monochromatic palette keeps it fresh and of course the Nike trainers add that street style. This look is perfect for a weekend of running around and being on the go. 

Invest in a black leather “biker type” jacket. This is a great item for dressing your look down. Choose a style that fits well and is comfortable.   

GET THE LOOK // Striped top: Witchery / Biker jacket: Foschini / Sneakers: Nike/ Pom Pom: / Leggings: Spanx / Bag: Thalia Strates / Scarf: stylists own
monochromatic edge: get the look

Add patterns and animal print but stick to the monochromatic palette. We love these playful Zebra pointed shoes from Next and fluffy pom pom.
monochromatic edge: get the look
monochromatic edge: get the look
Photography by Lanalou Style // Styling by Off The Rails

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Julie - Off the rails
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Julie is a Cape Town based fashion and trend consultant who is passionate about clothes and helping clients create stylish and functional wardrobes.

Julie started Off The Rails 9 years ago after many years of fashion buying experience with a leading retailer. 

Julie also offers custom-made presentations and workshops on seasonal fashion trends which provide informative and insightful analysis of the latest fashion trends.

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  1. Chantal

    14 June

    Where can you buy Spanx jeans in KZN?

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