Crème de la crème

Playing with textures and neutral tones.During this “self-isolation time” #stayhome, it is important to take care of ourselves and find the perfect balance between cozy and effortless elegance. Think “Minimal”, “Sporty&#82…


Pair a cosy cashmere turtleneck knit with a fitted maxi dress to infuse structure and a hint of edgyness to a tone on tone grey pregnancy outfit. Everlane Cashmere Knit


Textural essentials: Wool, Cashmere, Velvet and Leather for optimal black layering. Comfortably warm yet decidedly elegant! Maje Coat (old) – COS Velvet Top  – Klaudyna Cerklewicz via Showroom Eco leather pants – Everlane Boss Boots

Minimal MAXI

The long-sleeve turtleneck dress, a key item for a comfortable and effortless  chic style. Wrapped in a structured oversized blazer and paired with chelsea boots, the clash is maximal: defined silhouette vs complete coverage. Retro and modern all at th…

Decjuba – White Shirt Dress

The white shirt dress has always been a statement piece in Lines/Manner’s ideal wardrobe. A minimalist go-to garment easily paired with jackets, blazers, or oversized tops/knits for a layering game strong. Here, the option of wearing it by itself is … Continue reading

Think Silk

Black Silk Slip Dress over white ribbed tee. Lines/Manner cherishes minimalist thinking and privileges quality over quantity, as opposed to come and go fashion trends. Yet finding the right balance requires that some exceptions be made. While wearing the silk … Continue reading

Draped Part I – Layering

Black and white layering for a high level of contrast. When it starts to feel like spring outside, but not enough to over-expose yourself. The oversized slouchy sweater meets the draped dress and creates an “all in the details” situation, … Continue reading

Dressing Up Jeans

Trying out the trend for wearing dresses over jeans, in my favourite Marina London silk dress and a new pair of ME+EM wide leg jeans.
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So I’ve come up with this plan; the plan is to have two plans. Two equally well functioning satisfying plans. This way there’s nothing to lose. First, an exceptionally high goal is being set, a short term intense plan. If this one can’t be achieved, there is the other one, a well organised schedule, quite …

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Let a girl play.    Safe. What would it be like if we never did exactly what we wanted, tried exactly what we craved for? The time will come, she said, next time she said. Well, that doesn’t necessarily describe me, it’s not a diary, just thoughts. A doodle. One step at a time it’s …

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8 Ways to Wear Dresses in Winter

Don’t say goodbye to dresses when the temperature drops – here are 8 ways to wear dresses in winter Whether you’re lamenting the end of summer, or rejoicing in winter layering ops, don’t space bag those dresses just yet. The key to mastering the perfect minimal wardrobe is stocking up on versatile pieces and knowing that a little bit of creativity can make anything work the extra mile. The transformative qualities of a dress from summer to winter cannot be understated. Here are 8 ways to wear dresses in winter. 1 Blazer it Warm up those shoulders by throwing a blazer over strappy dresses and lacy numbers. Keep the look boxy with an boyfriend blazer, or create an ultra-feminine silhouette by buttoning up, or haphazardly cinching the wast with a belt. As the temperature drops, add chunky scarf and sleek boots, too taste. Credit: Style Du Monde Credit: Collage Vintage Credit: Elle 2 Coat up One of my favourite ways to wear dresses in winter is to pair a voluminous dress with an oversized coat, and let that skirt swish as you walk. This is a coy, hiding-a-fantastic-outfit-under-here, kind of look, so the dressier the dress and the slouchier the coat, the better. Being nonchalantly underdressed, flat shoes are, of […]

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Essential Spring Layers

In spring it’s so hard to know what to wear. I left the house yesterday in a black t-shirt, skinny jeans and mohair cardigan only to discover it was just a bit too chilly to be out without a coat. I often opt for layers when the weather is hard to read. I pick out […]

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The white-on-white modern suit. Blazer + slit Pantsuit, just perfect for a trans-season when we need fresh and light layering as we begin to reveal a little skin. Relaxed and clean tailoring, minimal jewellery, and sleek sporty kicks. Try to … Continue reading

Rewind 2015

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With tone on tone outfits, the key to establishing a modern style and pleasant silhouette is to unite various textures. Subtly reveal your bare ankles, and opt for a skinny bottom to balance the vast comfort of your audacious coat. … Continue reading

Fall Issue

Tone on tone outfits on the front stage. White on white, black on black, grey on grey: The monochrome thematic is tightly anchored in Lines/Manner. My associate of the week, Lily, founder of The Demeler blog, also opts for a … Continue reading


When style meets a certain level of practicality. Layer your dress and flowy blouse made out of one and only fabric: weaving silk with itself. Think straight cuts, versatile, and timeless garments as we once again rely on the ultimate … Continue reading

Akris SS15

Photos: Akris really have one side of my personal style nailed or at least a style I’m always working towards. I love this Swiss label’s edgy feminine minimalism. Fabrics come first for their designer Albert Kriemler and I think it really shows. Sticking to one colour all over is a sure-fire way to create […]
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