Do you ever feel you need styling inspiration, or can’t decide between a classic shoe or contemporary shoe? Well, fashion stylist Rivkie Baum is here for you.

Meet Rivkie

Rivkie Baum is a fashion stylist and writer with over ten years’ experience in the fashion industry.

Previously Fashion Director for the Daily Express, Daily Mirror, OK and New Magazine, Rivkie is now co-founder and co-editor of The Style Life and a freelance content creator.

Rivkie Baum

Choosing classic style Harmony II, Rivkie is here to shed some light on what she loves most about this shoe and, most importantly, how she styles them.

Hello, Harmony II

As we move into the Autumn season, shorter days and cooler temperatures call for a certain element of protection and comfort – and Hotter’s Harmony II, slip-on shoe, offers just that.

Harmony II is a great everyday shoe. With smart, clean lines and neat stitch detailing, they look great with dresses and trousers alike. For me, they’re a great alternative to a trainer, as they have a slightly sporty aesthetic but still feel smart. I’ve chosen to show you how I would style them for a day around town.

Style inspiration

Having spent a number of months in lockdown, I’m not quite ready to give up on comfort so I’ve paired the grey suede Harmony II shoes with an on-trend knitted dress, reinforcing that casual and comfortable feel. I’ve added an Autumnal bronzed quilted coat for added texture and a pop of brightness against the grey and a sleek waist belt to give the look a modern, feminine, twist.

Hotter AW21 Harmony II - Styled by Rivkiw Baum
Hotter AW21 Harmony II - Styled by Rivkie Baum

Keep an eye out for Rivkie’s take on our new contemporary style, Raise.

Coming on 25th October 2021.

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About the Author

Becky Mundie

Hi! I have been Hotter's copywriter since November, and I hope to dazzle and amaze you with words. I give insights into our company and what we strive for, plus our ever-growing collection, and help our Hotter voice shine. You can either find me tapping away at my laptop, fantasising about my future dogs or cuddled up with a book - or just wherever the biscuits are.

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