Summer in the Cold

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PARIS: If you already want to indulge in the latest spring/summer 2014 looks, use a few tricks & tips to keep warm enough while following a stylish mood.

Use furry ankle cuffs on your cardigans and jackets because once the ankle is comfortably warm, the body keeps its ideal temperature. Cardigan with fur cuff by ROCHAS.

Remember the 80s when jumpers turned miniskirts and scarfs. They are back and this time use your colour skills to mix match a perfect look (by ROCHAS).

Make last year’s outdoor jacket into this year’s comeback and ask your tailor to build into your parker extra large and chunky zippers to keep warm. I like Moncler Gamme Rouge.

If you already feel like going out and about in bare legs, choose a bootie to keep warm and heeled. Hedi Slimane makes them pointed and glossy. If you cannot resist a beautiful sandal already, take a warm bath before going out, put self-tanning lotion onto your feet and have your toes painted in warm orange. You feet will stay warm until the end of the night.

Lacy leggings are the perfect match to a flat Chelsea boot. Wear them in contrast to XXL chunky sweaters to your yoga class, the only place you can really wear a pair of leggings. Louis Vuitton makes the most outstanding ones.

White tights were never my favorites because they always reminded me of dolls and grannies. Miu Miu gave them a beautiful  knitted appearance and added cool colours like bright green and pale pink, something I will definitly get used to.

From top left to bottom right: Sandal by Saint Laurent, mink cuffs and sweater by Rochas, glossy booties by Saint Laurent, white tights by Miu Miu, mix match Parker by Moncler Gamme Rouge, black, lacy leggings by Louis Vuitton
From top left to bottom right: Sandal by Saint Laurent, mink cuffs and sweater by Rochas, glossy booties by Saint Laurent, white tights by Miu Miu, mix match Parker by Moncler Gamme Rouge, black, lacy leggings by Louis Vuitton

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