For girls like us, chic was never limited to just how one dresses–it’s a way of living. That of course includes how we dress up our homes. Earlier this week we were delighted to hear that American home furnishings retailers Pottery Barn finally opened their first store in Southeast Asia right in Central Square, Bonifacio High Street Central and it only spelled out one thing: interior decorating. But more than garnishing our spaces with fresh linens, delectable dining sets, stylish furniture, we couldn’t help but get some style inspirations from the color palettes found in each corner of the store. So read on and see how well furnished interiors spark up instant #OOTD ideas.
Mimic the soft curves of woven baskets with tone-on-tone sand hues for a laidback look with normcore side notes.
(Clockwise from top right: Unstructured jacket, P4995, Zara; Satin army trousers, P2595, Zara; Fang double buckle faltforms, Topshop; Lace top, P2995, Zara)
Channel boarding school dormers with a nautical mix of navy blue, white, and brown for a look that’s prim and polished.
(Clockwise from top right: Long blazer, P3995, Zara; Kooler heavy sole shoes, Topshop; Neoprene a line skirt, P1490, Stradivarius; Longsleeve crepe polo top, Topshop)
Go for a subdued luxe with a loose top paired with a draped skirt that shows of a sliver of leg with strappy heels.
(Clockwise from top center: Mao collar striped blouse, P2595, Zara; Draped skirt, P1595, Zara; Richer strappy sandals, Topshop; Rhinestone necklace, P2995, Zara)
Cuddle up with cozy knits and soft ovoid shapes in striking colors to add warmth to your rainy day looks.
(Clockwise from top left: Tweed stud cardigan, Topshop; Top with side slits, P2595, Zara; Harri2 two part patent sandals, Topshop; Pleat scuba midi skirt, Topshop)
Take color blocking up a notch as you mix and match textures in this cold climate.
(Clockwise from top left: Short padded bomber jacket P4995 Zara; Striped shirt, P2295, Zara; Jewelled sandals, P2595, Zara; Clean cut textured cigarette trousers, Topshop)
Store photos by Mike Dee