Sisley Top (similar here and here) | Forever 21 Trousers (similar here, here and here) | Boohoo Boater Hat (similar here, here and here) | Asos Mules (similar here, here and here) | Vintage Bag (similar here and here)
In winter, my musings consist of warm summer winds and breezy outfits while in summer, I secretly reminisce about the soft cosy knits I used to throw over my shoulders in winter (my deepest affection goes to those in neutral, nude or pastel tones). Something with fickleness of human nature and the seemingly greener grass on the other bank of the river, I guess. Maybe you’re guilty of this too?
Anyway, today I’m trying to prove to you that you can, in fact, have the best of both worlds. Or, more precisely, both seasons. Or, even more accurately, the best of four seasons. (And what better place to prove this than in a Four Seasons hotel?)
I wore a top with elegant open back design (the epitome of summer style) in a soft, cosy cream knit with playful scarf detail around the neck (very wintery). I added a casual touch with oversized khaki trousers (one of my go-to garments for spring and autumn). I jazzed up my ensemble with brown leather clogs, an ethnic bangle, a beige suede tote and a straw boater hat for an outfit that’s simple yet interesting.
Merging the seasons, it’s quite my cup of tea.
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