Marni stormed the catwalk with its AW15 collection full of totally covetable cover-ups, snakeskin ankle boots and 70’s style flares that we can’t wait to get our hands on.
But if, like us, you can’t bring yourselves to wait until next season to get your hands on that camel coat, check out the five pieces you can shop straight from the high street, right now. You can thank us later.
1. The Pink Duster Coat
The quickest way to add a pop of colour and stay warm, the pink duster coat is an AW15 must-have. Get the Marni look with this The Whitepepper steal – bang on the money with oversized lapels and a perfect pastel pink.
2. The 70’s Flares
Yet another AW15 collection tipping its hat to the 70’s, Marni’s tailored brown flares are the new way to wear your suit trousers. Free People’s mocha bell bottoms are the easiest way to incorporate this groovy trend into your wardrobe.
3. The Snakeskin Boots
It made a major comeback for SS15 and this season is no different with snakeskin rocking down the runway everywhere. Nailing multiple trends at once with their snakeskin block heel ankle boots, Marni knows a good thing when it sees it. Get your hands on an almost identical pair from Topshop and wear with everything from jeans and a tee to a mini dress and matte black tights. Perfect.
4. The Camel Coat
Let’s face it there’s nothing more classic and timeless than a qaultiy camel coat. Clearly Marni agrees, sending several incarnations of the classic down the catwalk. Get the look with Missguided’s giant lapel duster coat and, for that extra Marni oomph and a whole lot of effortless glamour, add a faux fur scarf.
5. The Oversized Waist Belt
Last season it was all about the Geisha-inspired obi belts and this time they’re back with a Marni-style update for AW15. Worn on everything from dresses and coats to suit jackets and maxi tunics, waist belts were all about adding cinched-in structure to an outfit. Achieve a tiny waist at home with this ASOS leather look belt and wear it over your entire wardrobe. Not all at the same time of course…
By George Driver