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Winter is far away, we hope, but it's better to know what will make us tick when we go shopping for the new season. the press breakfast at agnes b. shop in Marylebone High Street display a very colourful collection as well as some more demure pieces in neutral hues.
This marl coat dress in wool and cotton is lovely. I like the pleated top and the Peter Pan collar. Underneath a wool muslin slip with ecru embroidery peeps in order to brighten up the outfit. Here the dress is worn with socks and sandals but I believe that very thick tights and boots are fine being ready to brave our cold weather.
Very British this outfit with the beige jacket in Prince of Wales jacquard and the jeans in caramel coloured leather with a stretch velvety finish. to be paired with a V neck pull and the bag in contrast colour. I could see a pair of Chelsea boots or a pair of loafers.
I love this look, the full cardigan in grey and yellow merino and mohair wool, the velvety leather skirt with fringes and the scarf in yellow mohair. Perfect with boots or for a more aggressive look with a pair of combat boots and I like the oversize leopard print bag.
Perfect for the office this jacket in emerised cotton and trousers. The black collar contrast the all brown ensemble and a red printed shirt gives a flash of colours and a western inspired look with the b. snap fastenings.
Colour is coming with the agnes b. winter collection. The green wool tweed coat is beautiful and the same fabric is used for the men version as well. The look is great teamed up with this strawberry red cardigan in mohair and merino wool, the bermuda shorts have a snakeskin print in bright colours and to finish the look a nice hat and ankle boots or if preferred thick tights and combat boots in a bright colour. Check the lining of the coat, I find it amazing.
For a purple obsessed like me, I couldn't miss this outfit, the purple mohair coat has got a large collar with blue embroidery, the roll neck jumper has got this great navy blue colour in soft merino wool, the peacock green trousers are in jersey and to top up the look a triangular scarf in blue mohair keeps the cold away from our heads.
It reminds me of a stained glass this jacket in turquoise and ecru jacquard wool. The look has been styled with a round necked jumper in green merino wool and a jeans model turquoise trousers in cotton. A nice bag and a pair of brogue shoes accessorise the outfit with perfection.
Menswear from agnes b. is very eclectic and as well as classic numbers, some of the outfits are quite adventurous. This tweed coat with raglan sleeve is reversible with a grey cotton gabardine version. The round necked sweater in grey wool and the white cotton shirt are perfect for the office. Trousers are short in velvet and they can be paired with Chelsea boots or ankle boots.
Men version of the green tweed double breasted coat I love. This colour is fantastic for the winter season and practically can match anything in a man's wardrobe. Here it has been styled with roll neck sweater in mint green merino wool and navy blue trousers in wool tweed.
This short coat in black and red jacquard has got a black gabardine collar. It is one of those pieces that are worn over and over again. Paired with a black merino sweater and lightly waxed black jeans, this is a winner look. shoes either suede ankle boots or combat boots.
Fantastic outfit, the black shirt with white collar peeps from the tee shirt with an agnes photo titled " in the autumn woods". White jeans finish the look together with a pair of Derby shoes though brogue would be great as well. I really enjoyed checking agnes b. collection, have a look at the website www.agnesb.com and visit the shops that can be found in Floral Street in Covent Garden, in Marylebone High Street, in Sloane Square in Pavilion Road and at the concession in Fenwick in Bond Street.