How To Add Personal Style To Your Outdoor Looks.

Yes it’s Outdoor Party Season with Hallowe’en and Bonfire Night in the next few weeks,
but that’s no excuse for swamping yourself in huge duvets or oversized cocoon coats.

And other than in Lapland, fur coats don’t fit the style bill.
Because dressing like a bear has never been a good look for anyone!

So what can you wear to an outside party and still look good?

Of course it depends on the time of day and if children are involved but as you’re likely
to be outside for some of the time, I recommend layering up according to your personal style.

And at this time of year, why not glam up your look with some of this season’s new
sparkle and shine clothes from lurex roll-necks to metallic knits, as well as adding
extra warmth from feathery gilets and cosy puffa jackets?

Below are 3 looks for outdoor social occasions with friends and family.
I’ve used three personal style themes: Relaxed Chic, Urban Chic and Drama Queen.

If you have a preference for a Natural style personality – then a pair of denims and a sweater,
topped off with a parka and woolly hat will see you fine. You don’t need my advice!


CWC style tip: Looking natural is all very well but when it comes over as can’t-be-bothered, you’re too close to the ‘Whatever’ look!

By adding more of your own personal style into your outfits, you’ll sail through cold-weather events with style and panache.

 

Relaxed Chic

 

How to add Personal Style to an Outdoor look: Natural Chic curated by Capsule Wardrobe Collection

 

Urban Chic

 

How to add Personal Style to an Urban Chic outdoor look, curated by Capsule Wardrobe Collection

 

Drama Queen

 

How to add Personal Style like a Drama Queen by Caroline Wolf, Personal Stylist, Capsule Wardrobe Collection

 

 

If you’d like a capsule wardrobe based on your lifestyle and brand personality, just send me your details and we can start a conversation.

My name is Caroline Wolf and I’m a Personal Stylist for business women.  
I encourage personal looks that project a modern elegance:  French chic partnered with cool British understatement.

 

Caroline Wolf, Personal Stylist

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