Contrasting fits

There are plenty of voluminous shapes to be seen on the autumn / fall 2012 catwalks, and the two-piece looks are always working best when one half is slimmer than the other. That’s a rule that needs to be remembered as the influence of the relaxed tailoring trend is increasingly felt upon womenswear – some will mistake the plethora voluminious options as something to be worn as complete looks, as opposed to something that should be selectively worked through a wardrobe. The fur chubby, however, proves that it’s the commonly known rule that’s already widely known and highly effective.

fur chubby london

This look was snapped during London fashion week.

fur chubby street style

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