Blazer & Trousers: c/o In The Style, Sweater: Zara (similar), Shoes: c/o Boden, Bag: c/o Reiss
Coat: Asos, Hat: Whistles, Sunglasses: Vinatge, Photo Credit: Rebecca Botin


This season my love for burgundy has seriously taken over my closet. Anything burgundy I spot in stores instantly draws me in. The soft hue yet strong palette, sharp enough to make a statement whilst being subtle at the same time....my new black!
This suit was the ideal duo to style and infuse a head to toe tonal ensemble. The trousers are slightly cropped which works well going into Spring. As we all know styling a suit is easy to create for work, however I wanted to show you a more relaxed feel which can be worn to the office.

The sweater is from Zara and I can't tell you how much I have worn this. I found a similar style here which you can use to create the look if your local Zara has sold out. When styling a look in one colour be sure to use different shades and fabrications as this will help your outfit come together. By styling with a darker fedora and pointy flats adds helps balance the tone. Lastly my cute cross body from Reiss in a deeper chocolate shade of burgundy and a slick of pink lipstick to finish off. 

Marsha C xoxo

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Coat: Topshop, Playsuit: c/o Topshop, Boots: c/o Asos, Hat: H&M, Sunglasses: Vintage
Bag: Chanel


Today's post I'm styling all black with a touch of velvet. This velvet playsuit from Topshop was the perfect piece for the festive season just gone. However when purchasing items for a particular event we sometimes never get to wear them again. By adding a camel coat, OTK boots and opaque tights enables me to wear my playsuit in the new year for drinks with friends. Toning down party wear for everyday styling is great way to ensure you get to wear all items in your closet.

Marsha C xoxo

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Blouse: Zara, Skirt: Brag Vintage, Shoes: Topshop, Bag: Chanel, Scarf: Sarah & Sorrentino, Sunglasses: George, Bracelets: J Crew, Annie Haak


I was recently sent this vintage suede skirt by Brag Vintage who sell yes you guessed it...vintage clothes and accessories. Normally I find it difficult when shopping in vintage stores as I like order when shopping and tend to struggle browsing through rails of stock jumbled together. However when I came across Brag Vintage online it was a dream come true, as I could shop online with everything organised and find one off vintage gems that I may have missed in store. From long 1930s dresses to short 1960s shifts to denim dungarees.

With the 70's influence going nowhere I chose this button down skirt which has the most softest suede texture. Styling with this blue denim pussy bow blouse and mirrored sunnies keeps the focus on my new suede skirt. 

Marsha C xoxo

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