Ille De Coco x Style&Minimalism Part IIIStyle&Minimalism | Collaboration | Ille De Coco AW15 Knitwear

Style&Minimalism | Collaboration | Ille De Coco AW15 Knitwear

Style&Minimalism | Collaboration | Ille De Coco AW15 Knitwear

Style&Minimalism | Collaboration | Ille De Coco AW15 Knitwear

Style&Minimalism | Collaboration | Ille De Coco AW15 Knitwear

Style&Minimalism | Collaboration | Ille De Coco AW15 Knitwear

Style&Minimalism | Collaboration | Ille De Coco AW15 Knitwear

Style&Minimalism | Collaboration | Ille De Coco AW15 Knitwear

This is the third part of my collaboration with gorgeous London knitwear brand, Ille De Cocos (you can see the first part here + second part here).

I’ve spent most of the season craving navy blue and grey clothes, bags and shoes; and almost every piece I’ve bought lately has been one of these colours. It’s such a great combination, much softer than the black and white outfits I often resort to. I also discovered whilst working on this project with Deola that it’s one of her favourite combinations too. Not suprisingly, it’s been one of the themes of our collaboration.

This roll-neck sweater is possibly my favourite piece by Ille De Coco, once on it’s hard to take off, it’s super soft and feels like a hug. I’ve styled it with a wrap skirt from Joseph that works with both heels and trainers (almost anything works with trainers in my book).

I’m wearing:
Ille De Coco Merino Roll Neck Rib Sweater – Dark Grey Marl | Joseph Ali Skirt in Navy Blue (sold out, similar here + here) | Paul Andrew Manhattan 105 Pumps | Jenny Sweetnam Fringe Earrings

Don’t forget that Deola has kindly offered all my readers 20% off Ille De Coco. Just use the discount code ‘DECEMBERSTYLE20’.