It’s cold, it’s freezing, and whilst puffy puffa jackets may take up far too much wardrobe space, they are essential right now. Dressing for minus temperatures can often seem like a nightmare – style vs warmth – well warmth is going to take precedent every time, unless you want to be ill, and that’s where tonal dressing becomes a godsend. Keeping the same colours and tones in your ensemble is a simple way to look effortlessly stylish whilst still being super comfortable and chic. Throw over a little Gucci Marmont and you’re ready to brave the cold! If you’re dressing for day to night – you can throw on a pair of heels or boots in the evening – but I stuck to flats for this look.

The thing I love the most about my Gucci Marmont is that this particular bag can be worn in two ways.

With the antique GG logo on display, or turned around to show the quilted heart.

Stylist tip: I’m wearing jeans and a t-shirt in this STYLE EDIT – but it’s super easy to slip on thermals underneath all of this. A black thermal top can look super cute under a tee, and if you don’t want people to know you’ve travelled in a thermal (personally I love mine), you can head to the bathroom to freshen up and de-thermal before your meeting / catch up begins and no one will ever know!

SABINA WEARS:

JACKET, JEANS & TEE | ZARA

BAG | GUCCI

SHOES | CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN

Location: London, England.

Shot by Fitria Tjandra

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Sabina Emrit is an international Fashion Editor and Celebrity Stylist. She has interviewed a host of key names in fashion including Anna Wintour, Alexandra Shulman, Mary Katrantzou, Cara Delevigne, Alexa Chung and Lana Del Rey. As a celebrity stylist and fashion consultant Sabina has worked with talent including Sir Ian McKellen, Andrew Scott, Freddie Flintoff MBE, David Harewood MBE, Nick Rhodes (Duran Duran), Marina and the Diamonds, Flo-Rida, Pixie Lott, Imogen Heap, Rudimental, Bastille, Clean Bandit, Conor Maynard.

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