Remember my last post with the rosé Giuseppes? Well, here is the insane silver pair that I also just had to have. Been catching some serious Farfetch feelings lately, they pretty much carry everything I love when it comes to luxury fashion.My last look was little more demure. But for this look I wanted to do something a bit more daring and hella sexier – but remaining minimal, chic and uncomplicated. Coming into winter here in Australia, I knew I needed something statement making that would see me through the cold Melbourne days – something bold, a little fun but also timeless. Welcome to my closet, Filles à Papa faux fur coat in the most bangin’ shade of blue ever. I love the contrast of the ruggedness via the randomly shaved parts with the softness of the texture and pastel shade. It’s got so much character and definitely slicker than your average fuax fur coat. Comes in grey too, also from Farfetch – considering adding that one to my collection too…
I wanted the coat to stand out so I wore this queen of all must have basics – this white Alexander Wang tank. Super stretchy, comfortable and an absolute staple. Keeping the less-is-more approach I teamed with my favourite pair of white denim cutoffs. But to really get the outfit poppin, are these glorious Giuseppe Zanotti metallic platforms. With its mirrior-like leather patent covering – silver all over with that stand out gold metal heel – you can’t blame me for
wanting needing both colours. I don’t think any visual content could ever portray the intensity of these heels. But I did my best. Y’all just have to get a pair to see what I mean.
There are so many ways to wear each of these gorgeous pieces from Farfetch that I can’t wait to show you how I style each individually in future posts. Hang in there!
Huge thanks to Farfetch for these stunning pieces!
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Filles a Papa shaved faux fur coat in pastel violet from Farfetch // T by Alexander Wang spandex cami in white from Farfetch // One Teaspoon shorts // Giuseppe Zanotti mirror platform sandals from Farfetch
Photographer // Jesse Maricic @ ONPOINT.
Model // Micah Gianneli