Fifty Shades of Knitted Grey

Hello loves,
the days are getting colder and I always need a coat now if I don’t want to turn into an ice cube outside. Is it also so cold where you guys are? I am super excited because over Christmas I’m flying home to Germany to see my family and friends after one year of not seeing them. So, I am really happy to see them soon. But now back to the outfit 🙂
As you can see, today everything is about a grey knitted dress that has a loose turtleneck. I love this look because it is super easy combined with some black nylons and black boots but also looks elegant so I am ready for a nice dinner party after work or school. If it is really cold outside, I add a colored – for example a red Louis Vuitton scarf – to the outfit which gives it a nice touch. I chose my really cozy Polo Sylt knitted dress, Via Roma ankle boots and a leather bag by Burberry. If you wanna have nylons that last longer than a month I recommend Wolford tights. The quality of these is great and although they are a little more expensive than “normal” tights, it is totally worth it. Here I insert a link of the different tights they have and you can just see which ones you like best. I already have mine for over a year now and with a washing from time to time, plus treating them nicely they will last even longer. One of the most beloved pieces in my wardrobe is the Michael Kors coat. I bought it at an outlet in Hawaii. Yes, it sounds a little crazy to buy a coat in Hawaii but it was for sale and I just couldn’t resist. Since I bought it at an outlet, here is the link to a beautiful Michael jacket Kors you can get in the fall sale.
I hope you enjoyed this outfit and stay warm through the cold winter!

Love,
Juli

Coat MICHAEL KORS
Bag BURBERRY
Ankle Boots VIA ROMA
Knitted Dress POLO SYLT
Tights WOLFORD

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