Make the best of the wintry weather by looking cool in an icy combination of snow whites, silvery greys and ice blues. Here are three different styles to choose from: Ice Maiden, Snow Princess and The White Queen. Which style suits your personality?
Ice Maiden – Cool blues and silver greys rule
The Ice Maiden is a sparkling extrovert and pulls off her icy bling look in style.
Above image shows model wearing Miss Selfridge silver high neck jacquard dress Price Was £55 now £35
Worn with Miss Selfridge silver Gogo ankle strap pointed court shoes. Were £47 now £20
|But even in casual wear, she shines.The staple pair of jeans for the ice maiden can’t be just plain denim; they need to be white, light grey or dark denim with sparkle. She’d love this pair of silver shimmering jeans from Marc Cain Sport. Was 169.99 Euros now 99.90 Euros|
|Team with an ice blue jumper. You can’t get any icier than Marc Cain’s frosty metallic blue pullover Price 279 Euros|
|Of course the ice maiden doesn’t really do casual, so she dresses it up with a crisp white shirt underneath and dons her armour plate i.e. the statement necklace. This Martine Wester’s Opulent necklace breaks the ice (blue) with a splash of ruby red. Price £135|
|Even ice maidens can feel the chill so she wraps up warm in this silvery M&Co Snow leopard faux fur coat Price £89|
|For partying, the ice maiden loves to wear her high stalactite pointed heels, but outdoors she is in heaven in a pair of luxurious sheepskin boots. Keeping up the sparkling personality she steps out in a pair of grey Bailey Button Bling boot embellished with a metallic print and Swarovski crystal button closure. Price £185|
To see the other icy personality types, click below:
Soft and fluffy snow princess
Pure white queen
Prices correct at time of writing but please be aware that offers, availability and discounts may be subject to change by the retailers.
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