It is that time of the year when we are all going back to all good layering , making sure that we are warm when needed and that we can take off a few things if we need to be more comfortable. But one of the main pieces to make this transitional time not as complicated as it sounds is the right Jacket.
Puffa jackets are back and Lanvin, has sent on the runway loads of silver, grey and black puffa jackets for this season. Great think is that they work with any styling of clothing under. Pretty neutral in stile they are a unique piece that should be considered a basic now. There are plenty of other options online , but we have found jackets by Debenhams to be pretty close to what we have seen on the runway.
Than you need the right glove, and Pringle of Scotland are known for their quality and classical stile, but still with a hint of fun. We tent to prefer leather jackets to any other kind as they server the purpose better and work with many clothing options.
As we continue to take off the layers, there is a surprise, this amazing Tuxedo Jacket by Versace, is not for all the occasions, but definitely makes a statement. Just pair it with an interesting shirt, and you are ready to sit in the first row of Paris Fashion Week. It is decisively European cut, but it keeps the universal purpose it should have.
And no we could not forget the watch. In the Latest issue of BELLO mag we have seen this crazy piece of art by Devon Works a Los Angeles based advanced engineering and design laboratory. They are reinventing the watch with the new version of the iconic Tread 1 and calling it Steampunk. Devon Tread 1 Steampunk Limited Edition Watch sells for $25000.
With its bolted brass casing and aeronautically engineered mechanical conveyor belt time system, this exclusively new timepiece will be the epitome of the steampunk movement, which was originally inspired by the inventive and daring spirit of the Age of Steam, the period of industrialization that took place approximately between year 1770 and 1914.