From Paris Couture SS 2019 to Global Warming, Bloggers Just Know How to Nail Everything in Style!

It is no secret: the weather is getting more extreme and the wintertime is getting more unpredictable each year. And with no exception, there was suddenly bad weather happening during the Paris Couture Week this month. While most of us are anticipating this dreamy time of the year behind the comfort of our monitor screens and holding a glass of hot chocolate, our favorite bloggers are walking confidently over the Parisian streets and of course, managing to fight the winter blues perfectly in style.

Here are some styling tips we can learn from them:

Go bold with colors

Nothing is better than wearing pops of color when everything else is grey and gloomy. Either you wear it as a color blocking outfit, or as an accent color with the accessory like Nina Suess rocking her orange bag, we guarantee it will turn your day instantly brighter! Look at these bloggers’ colorful outfits, don’t tell me they don’t make you smile already.


Step up your layering game

Layering is the key when it comes to winter fashion. But how many of us have actually mastered this art of layering? It is so easy to end up looking like a bundle of blankets in order to stay warm, and that is why we are here for you.

We spotted some of our favorite bloggers such as Leonie Hanne and Géraldine Boublil rocking monochromatic-muted color layering where they mixed the texture and patterns to add depth and dimension to their clothes. Black also makes a classic layering option, as worn by Chiara Ferragni and her sister Valentina.


And one more tip, don’t be afraid to layer another coat, jacket, or blazer inside your oversized coat!

Wear your scarf, the bigger the better

Not only for functional reasons like keeping your neck area warm, but oversized scarves can also add a fun finishing touch to your outfit.



Paris Couture Fashion Week runways are always filled with exquisite clothes we thought only existed in our wildest imagination. From the fairytale-like gowns to the dramatic setting, here we round up some of our favorite looks from the show!


This time Maria Gracia Chiuri took the inspiration from the circus and its influence on art and fashion.



The attendees were transported from cold and snowy Paris to an 18th century Villa Chanel, complete with an indoor pool, blue skies and palm trees. The surprise came at the finale look, where Model Vittoria Ceretti walked down the catwalk in an embroidered bathing suit with matching swimming cap – a summer take on an Haute Couture wedding dress.


Giambatista Valli

“Think Pink” is the ValliGirls Motto for SS 2019!


Alexandre Vauthier

The SS19 collection is all about a more fluid and sensual silhouette, ruffles, and imaginative minidresses.



Their “Fashion Statement” Haute Couture SS19 collection probably makes the most Instagrammable show of this whole Couture Week.


Maison Rabih Kayrouz

Lebanese fashion house Maison Rabih Kayrouz presented his Fall 2019 collection that took center in what women want to wear, how they want clothing to fall on their bodies, and how they want it to move. And this respect towards women was clearly reflected on his castings, which we find very refreshing!


Iris van Herpen

Her collection never fails to mesmerize us. Each piece looks like it is out of this world.


Maison Valentino

A beautiful show with each dress named after a flower, or the emotion brought by the flower itself. Pierpaolo Piccioli has successfully brought his audience, including the famous Celine Dion who sat on the front row, to tears.