This season Grey Matters! Maybe because it’s coming to winter and there is much talk of snow and grey skies? Or maybe 50 Shades of Grey has tipped into designer mood boards! Whatever the reason, Grey is around and in a variety of shades this season. Anything from Charcoal to Slate to almost white goes as long as it’s grey! Grey was all over the catwalk this autumn/winter with designers like Michael Kors, Alexander Wang, Oscar La Renta and Carolina Herrera all showing collections with grey as an strong feature colour.
Celebrities who have been sporting this season’s trend are Claire Danes, Marion Cotillard, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kate Winslet and Kate Middleton. See below for some killer outfit inspiration...
Not only is grey a great colour for work, it is simple, elegant and can be accessorised up or down. Here at Libby London, we have a variety of on trend grey numbers to help you turn your workplace into a catwalk. See our current season selects below:
Libby London Fowey Coat - £239.00
A stunning coat which is perfect for both the navy and grey trends this season as it is reversible so can be worn either way.
Libby London Dart Grey - £175.00
This simple no-stress dress with elegant laser cutting detail on the bottom is a perfect addition to any working wardrobe as it is smart, feminine and lets you do all the talking.
Libby London Grove Grey - £195.00
Our founder’s favourite dress, is a particularly flattering shaped dress with a clinched waist and features an exaggerated pleat detail on the back.
Team Libby London x
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