Wearing: Everlane E1 Sleeveless Turtleneck c/o Everlane, Céline Caty Sunglasses c/o SmartBuyGlasses, ASOS Peacoat (old, but find similar here, here, here, and here), Cos Culottes (sold out, but shop similar here), River Island Mules (alternatives here and here), and a J.W. Anderson Pierce Bag
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Who says culottes are just for summer ? If you’re wondering how to wear culottes for fall, the key to transition them into colder days is by pairing them with winter staples. That’s right, just add a knit and if it gets colder combine them with a peacoat, a waistcoat, a trenchcoat/duster. Regarding footwear, the awesome thing about fall is that you can still wear your heeled sandals or mules. When it gets even colder, culottes look super chic worn together with a maxi wool coat to play with lengths (extra points if the coat is belted) as well as with a fur or teddy coat. For footwear during the chillier days anything goes: from heeled and flat mules to ankle boots, pumps and sneakers. Just make sure that in case the outfit is too wide on the top, you should choose higher heels to balance out proportions.
On another note, I got this amazing sleeveless turtleneck from Everlane a while back and as some of you might know I am really obsessed with the combination of sleeveless turtlenecks and culottes (as previously seen here). The best thing about this kind of top is that you can layer it on top or below any kind of shirt.
How about you? How would you wear culottes for fall?
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