Winter 2020 – Fashion That Keeps You Warm

We are in mid-January and the winter is far from being over. February and March could easily get colder than the First Month of the year so I wouldn’t advise organising your S/S20 wardrobe yet.

This winter I went for ‘warm over everything’ instead of wearing silk dresses, I got two puffers, woollen dresses, loads of nice knitwear and a few pairs of Moon Boots!

The majority of looks were shot in amazing Trentino where I went in January. We were lucky enough to explore Val di Sole, Dolomiti Paganella as well as Val di Pejo. Trentino is not only photogenic ( as you can hopefully tell from my photos) but it just became my favorite place for a winter holiday (click). Luxury chalets, outdoor SPA hotels, AMAZING slopes and the most hospitable people!

This season, I wore my elegant coat with the warmest Moon Boots I have ever had! They kept me warm for the whole trip to Trentino and snowy Poland. You could get them via THIS LINK. I also have gold and black Moon Boots, my husband doesn’t appreciate how ‘unfeminine’ they look but I am so grateful for this brand!

I paired my Simple Retro woollen dress with a piece of delicate jewellery and it came up super chic, at least the way I see it. The most meaningful gifts are the ones that take a little more thought, time and creativity’. To me, a piece of jewellery is the sort of gift that lasts forever💍 It is a beautiful way to say ‘I know you’ or ‘I think about you’. I have recently discovered @casouls, the handcrafted Morse Code pieces, made in sunny California. They are destined to be given to your loved ones ❤️ At Casouls, you can create your own message in Morse Code – whether it is a love message, an encouragement or a funny joke only you two can understand. You also pick the design, your loved ones favourite metal, stone and length. Valentine’s Day is just around the corner so… 😉 Get it HERE. I wore this look at amazing Chalet al Foss in Val di Sole. This place is a perfect definition of hidden luxury. Perfect for a romantic weekend in the mountains!

The photo below was taken at Chalet Fiat in Madonna di Campiglio, Val di Sole. The place itself is so stylish!

These two fabulous retro dresses are SIMPLE RETRO, the brand I got to know last year. The brand designs retro dresses made with fine fabrics. The designer is inspired by the vintage boutiques all around the world, by the 1930s and eternal style. I also got an amazing olive cardigan and paired it with mom jeans, also from Simple Retro.

As for the tailor-made retro clothing of mine – my beloved granny did this amazing cape coat for me. I love the deep burgundy colour and how warm it keeps m

Two-sided jacket – I have never had one this year it was about time. I love it! I definitely prefer its golden version but I also love having many options.

I am also in love with my new retro ski suits from OOSC Clothing.

The brand is not only known for being the most colourful on the slopes but also … all of their outerwear is made from recycled polyester made from plastic bottles! I am proud to be working with such an amazing brand! Those photos were shot in amazing Madonna di Campiglio and Pejo – my favourite ski resorts in Trentino. Skiing with the lovely temperature of 4 degrees, blue sky and sunshine as well as amazingly organised slopes? Yes, please!

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