I'm an all time lover of tweed ever since I can remember.
Tweed is thought to be kinda heritage fabric though, it gets a high-fashion
makeover and has shaken off its dated and stuffy image to be reinvented
as the must-have fabric for fall.

For this tweedy look, I played in tweed&tweed with a vintage jacket and a pair of boots.
And added with lined accents in black for anchoring two different colors of tweed.

jacket: Chanel(super old)
top: Mila Owen(similar here)
shorts: 3.1 Phillip Lim(similar here)
belt: no brand
bag: zara(here)
earrings: iria_mine
boots: Chanel



Now the velvet has its moment. Not a sartorial staple but a super sportluxe,
I mean, for street look.
The soft texture and thickness bring you an autumn ode. So I opted for
burgundy, forest green, tangerine, the colors I call ''harvest hue.''

coat: zara(here)
top: opening ceremony(cropped/seen here)
skirt: zara(similar here)
bag: 711(here)
boots: Jessica Buurman(similar here)



With October coming up (a year flies too fast!!), I'm switching to winter's
jacket roll. Start with this tufted bomber jacket, which I fell in love with the first
sight. This might look like MA-1, but too sweet with flattered tufted-pattern.
And do love the cropped length contrasted with the long sleeves that hide back of the hands.

jacket: J.W. Anderson(here)
bustier: Forte Forte(similar here)
skirt: zara(here)
choker: asos(similar here)
bag: Pierre Balmain
shoes: Latitude Femme(similar here)