With loving the Chanel Cruise Cuba collection, two little problems arise. First one is “How to wear the Cuba Cruise collection in winter”? The solution is easy though, just replace a few of the thinner pieces – like the beautiful silk shirt that came with the look – for a simple cotton turtleneck, add some “invisible” layers underneath, and you are ready to go. Truly, this look worked fine on a “relatively” warm winter day, as I managed to not freeze anywhere, but my nose. But there’s another problem…
I do not have Molly Bair’s legs – I’m not even coming close with my 1.68 – so I asked myself “How to wear these pants when you are not a model’s length”? Simple: find the highest heel ankle boots, or, even better, stay in the “brogues area” and go for platforms. I would have loved to wear this look with the Chanel Brogues, but it was not possible as I would have destroyed these pants only by walking out for a cup of coffee! Yay to my Ganni ones which FINALLY made its way out of my wardrobe.
Chanel Cruise Cuba trousers | Chanel Cruise Cuba jacket | H&M turtle neck | Chanel Cruise Cuba waist band | Valentino Rocketed Spike bag | Ganni shoes.
Photos by Dan Kim @WalkingCanucks