Inspired by a photo I shared on Instagram, I’m giving my silk scarves a spin. They haven’t been in rotation lately, so they suddenly feel fresh. A simple silk square offers plenty of tying options and immediately elevates a tweed blazer (my new obsession is Blazé Milano), cropped jacket or tipped cardigan. I’m pairing those pieces with any pant I feel like wearing that day – a pair of jeans or trousers – then slipping on a pair of loafers. Jewelry is kept to a minimum highlighting solely with great earrings. A swipe of lip color and I’m out the door looking casual but polished.
The Row Sylvia Silk Scarf – I love the pure simplicity of this silk scarf. Aside from the gorgeous color and sheen, the hand rolled edges and subtle embroidered red logo add to the beauty of the scarf.
I’ve often considered jackets by Blazé Milano, but it wasn’t until I slid one on that I realized why they’re so special. The tailored fit is fantastic. And the patterns and colors are uniquely beautiful.
Other jackets and cardigans I’m considering include a Veronica Beard houndstooth cropped jacket, a Dorothee Schumacher crochet knit and another Blazé Milano wool blazer (all above).
A new blazer, scarf, or loafers are pieces that contribute to my philosophy of building a wardrobe of modern classics. Mytheresa continually offers a selection of highly edited luxury items which is exactly how I want to curate my closet. I save time by making Mytheresa my first stop when shopping for anything new. Along with top designers, Mytheresa has fast shipping times, easy returns and overall fabulous service. Thank you Mytheresa for partnering with A Note on Style for this post.
Veronica Beard Houndstooth Jacket, Toteme Scarf, Spinel Earrings, Dorothee Schumacher Crochet Sweater, Loro Piana Scarf, The Row Loafers, Max Mara Trousers, Blaze Milano Blazer, The Row Ballerina Flats