More beautiful clothes for winter

Flicking through the September editions of Italian Marie Claire and Glamour magazine I can’t help but point out some stunning winter looks that I’ve fallen head over heals for. Italians have this fashion thing down pat that’s for sure. And these are actually things that normal gals can fit into!


I’ve always admired Twin-set by Simona Barbieri but their winter collection is beautiful, classy and comfortable. I love their jackets which are always so exceptional. I only wish the prices could be a bit more reasonable. Drool over the collection and do some window shopping at the online store at


Made for Loving has an Autumn/Winter collection that looks too comfortable for words, clothing that is inviting to wear while terribly simple and perfect for the winter. Check them out at


Ok so this next one isn’t Italian it’s actually French, but I couldn’t go past the classic taste of Naf Naf Paris. I adore anything vintage and believe the best fashion is what survives through the decades and never really ages. In their current collection there are many pieces that are must haves in any stylish gal’s wardrobe. Simply stunning.


It was love at first sight when I saw this stunning coat from Desigual, the colour, cut and original composition cannot be ignored.


I’m loving Dolce & Gabbana’s latest experiments with this star motif it is wonderfully original and there is nothing like being attracted by the stars. (the hat is from Paule KA)


Once again I am attracted by this retro 1960’s look this time by gazel. I adore scarves, hats and big bags for the winter so this look is perfect for me. I would only have the skirt down to the knee please, as I don’t have the height for a mini.



Fendi is one of the big names of Italian fashion, they are always elegant without being over the top and their bags are to die for even though they are totally out of most peoples price range. But a girl can dream, hats off to Fendi for making us dream of them.



Last but not least there is Fabiana Filippi who I’ve only recently stumbled upon her current collection strikes me as typically Italian. This collection is iconic in the sense that they are timeless clothes that your average stylish Italian lady would throw on without a thought to look marvellous while she is doing her shopping.



(All images are taken from the September editions of Italian Marie Claire and Glamour magazines.)