Today I invite you to the world of Armani Privé and the beautiful Fall 2019 Couture collection. The autumn weather is slowly beginning to catch up with me. It's not that I'm getting some autumn depression, but I'm slowly starting to think about autumn stylizations. Although with this autumn depression there may be something wrong. This morning, looking at the weather forecast for our trip to Italy, I totally broke down. According to forecasts it will rain all the time. Keep your fingers crossed so that this does not happen.
Of the nicer things - I finally found the perfect one trench coat by J.Crew from the Petite series (I showed him at Insta Stories @dpblogpl), which I really enjoy. The Petite series according to the size is directed mainly at shorter women, but it was this trench coat that turned out to be perfect for me (although I will not say how I ordered it, I had some concerns about the size). Finding a trench coat in my case was very difficult. I wanted a trench coat that will be waterproof (autumn in Poland can be very rainy) and in a color that doesn't resemble rotten leaves (unfortunately there are a lot of such in stores). In this shade I look really bad, so I avoid camel or brown clothes.
Inspired by the autumn vibes that appear on Instagram (thanks to Instagram for blocking the possibility of adding comments to 7 September!), I started browsing the autumn collection shows. I came across the Armani Privé Fall 209 Couture collection, which I feel charmed. The collection is full of wool coats, velor suits and pants, my beloved peas and classic cuts. Anyway, see for yourself and fall in love like this, I fell in love. Maybe autumn is not so bad at all? Although I'm still the biggest fan of warm spring when everything comes to life. I also encourage you to check review of the best styles from the Chanel Fall 2019 Couture collection.
So what, ready for a dose of autumn styling by Armani Privé? Let me know in the comments which autumn style you liked the most.
I like this velor jacket. The cut resembles my linen jacket. I really like this cut - it is elegant and also very comfortable.
Do you see these wonderful spots? In combination with a velor jacket (pay attention to the lapels of the jacket, which are really interestingly sewn) look really divine.
Another proposal with peas, but a little different. I think, however, I prefer white peas on black fabric, possibly black on white (as above). And what do you think about mint peas?