Spring can be extremely temperamental in the city. It is often windy and chilly in the morning but warm and sunny by the afternoon. In days like these, a trench coat is essential. My latest acquisition is this updated khaki version from Céline. The attention to detail is amazing. It's made of a laminated cotton fabric to withstand a light drizzle, and it features a belt and double storm flaps for a modern Philo touch. You can either wear it open when it's nice and temperate or fasten it when the breeze picks up.
Earlier last year, I mentioned that I had finally found something close to my holy grail of Sprouse leopard scarf, as showcased by my style icon Emmanuelle Alt below...well scratch that, because now I have found "THE" Sprouse leopard scarf for me...rouge! It may not be the red from the first season, but I believe this is as close as it's gonna get. The new rouge is a shade cooler than the original red, which had a warmer tone in comparison. Also, the little squiggly circle is now lined in beige instead of pale grey. But the most noticeable difference is the color change for the LOUIS VUITTON logo print. One thing to point out is that the new scarf feels less "fuzzy" than my marine one, even though the composition is identical. Not sure if it's treated a little differently as this is meant for resort instead of Fall/Winter but I do appreciate the change because this one gets no static while my older marine zaps all over the place in the drier climate...
However, lately I'm been distracted by another rose gold watch with black croc strap...the ever-so-classic Audemars Piguet Royal Oak...