Today we thought we'd give you some tips on how to style New-In pieces from our AW19 Collection. When we design for new drops, we actively create garments that can be matched with your existing Palones wardrobe, making our clothes resistant to trend and able to endure far more than just one season.
The Croydon PU Trench Coat
A coat that's been highly requested since our launch event is the Croydon Trench. Monikh Dale, a London-based styling guru who is known for her shopping tips, wore our trench coat with our Pleated Shirt Dress in Tan to the event. Monikh loves an oversized fit, and decided to size up on our trench to a Medium to give a more dramatic shoulder. The Pleated Shirt Dress was the perfect addition and is a versatile piece that can be worn work-to-play, day-to-night.
Our designer Kimmi is inspired by people, places and culture. The pleated overlay of the Nancy Skirt owes its shape to a trip to Iceland and the cascading waters of Skogafoss.
The Black Weave Knit Jumper is also the perfect piece to layer up this season.
The KIM-MONO PU Dress Coat
Another jaw-dropping piece this week is our Kim-Mono PU Dress Coat. This versatile piece can be worn as a dress or a coat. With contrasting electric blue eyelets, side splits and two belts for different styling options, this oversize garment offers a striking Asia-inspired silhouette. The two belt option allows you to add a flash of electric blue to your outfit.
Our Aurora Angel Sleeve Maxi Dress is the perfect piece to layer underneath if you wish to style it as a coat. Pair with some chunky black boots.
The Hackney Utility Skirt
Another autumnal essential that dropped this week is our Hackney Utility Skirt. The Khaki and Tan colour palette makes it easy to style in to your existing Autumn wardrobe. The utility style pockets look equally smart on the office floor or the dancefloor.
We hope you enjoyed our tips on how to style our New-In pieces this week. We will be dropping some more exciting new pieces soon, so make sure to keep an eye on our Instagram to see what's coming next.
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