BURGUNDY, the warm red is trending again

BURGUNDY, the warm red is trending again

BURGUNDY, the warm red is trending again

Burgundy is back! The soft, warm tone of dark red is back amongst the trend colors in autumn and winter this year, and honestly? We’re so glad it’s back ;-) You can easily dress burgundy down for your free time outfits, dress it up for the office, for work and for special occasions. Brightens up every winter outfit and brings color back to even pale winter skin :-)

Checks and Plaids: Power printed Marlene pants

Marlene pants flatter the figure and add a very modern feminine silhouette. A classic office-chic look can be achieved with an elegant blouse, a modern all day look is easy to create with our burgundy, soft roll-up collar sweater. Unicolored can be really sophisticated, too. In this case try combining it with our burgundy business chino

Convenient skirts for high wearing comfort: knee-length and mid-length

A pencil skirt or the new mid-length? New, modern mid-length meets classic blue pencil skirt, a head-to-head race that only your own taste can decide on ;-) Dark red and burgundy look really refined and modern in every-day looks and are therefore super easy to combine. 

The classic winter skirt: classy and warming

Our classic winter skirt made of wool is perfect for cold autumn and winter days. One way to dress it up is a chic dark blouse for the office, you can wear skirts outside of work, too! We recommend combining it with your own finely knitted sweater maybe. This way it works casual on Christmas parties and even on holidays, our woolen skirts will keep you warm on cold seats and long business trips.

Our classic wool coat: Burgundy goes business chic

A classy winter coat in burgundy, which goes really well with denim jeans, skirts or dresses, styled casually or elegant. Our sweet tunic dress with dark red checked pattern adds the final touch to an elegant look for the modern business woman today. Dressed effortlessly well, for occasions, work, business and for yourself ;-)