Hermes - Ready-To-Wear A/W 2015


I just love this time of year when the fashion shows give you inspiration for your everyday life.  One of the fashion shows that caught my attention was Hermes.  The simple, clean lines and boxy silhouettes, playing with different textures is perfect for the winter time.  Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski debut with this collection was inspiring to all. Throughout the collection the luxuriousness thereof could be seen in every outfit.

Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski
This runway show inspired me to stick to monochromatic colors, but play with different textures.  The FATE leather pants from Zando (R 1 138, 00) was the key item in this look.  Only the legs are leather and the rest of the pants are from stretchy material.  The boxed white collar blouse's inspiration came from the boxy silhouette that can be seen on the catwalk, and this Wide Crop Layer Shirt is from Country Road and available at Woolworths (R 749, 00).  The last model who walked the runway had the most interesting necklace on.  I also used that as an inspiration when I chose this Rope Collar Necklace from Woolworths (R 140,00).  Still playing with some textures I decided on this suede and leather Cut-Out ankle boots from Madison available at Spree (R 899, 00) and the  Boiled Coatigan from Witchery, available at Woolworths (R 1, 799.00).  Right through the runway models beauty looks were simple.  So try Stila's Stay All Day Oil Free Liquid Foundation Concealer available at Woolworths (R 465, 00) for a fresh face the whole day long.  Micheal Kors's Sporty Citrus spray available at Woolworths (R 720, 00) will keep you feeling fresh for the day.

Hemres's overall runway looks inspired me to keep it simple this Autumn/Winter.  By mixing and matching plain silhouettes and colors in different textures will keep you stylish throughout the  cold season.

I am currently working on a very special blog post that I will share with you guys as soon as possible. 

C
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