Fall Picks by Hilla Ohayonby Anna Kopito | 24.11.14
Find out what our Telavivian girls are thinking this fall. This time we have talked to Hilla Ohayon, blogger and beauty and fashion journalist.
Telavivian: What are you looking forward to this fall?
Hilla Ohayon: I’m definitely looking forward to a bright winter when it comes to lifestyle in general. I’ve been in love with wearing whites during the winter for a couple of years now, and noticed it has the same beautiful effect on me when it comes to interiors and art. As for books, I’m admiring the new Louis Vuitton Photography album every day since it came out. It fills me with inspiration and motivation to explore more about the way natural beauty is presented throughout the years by Louis Vuitton and the way they mix it with their heritage of travel, beauty, style and femininity, all in a very easy to pull off mantra, very nonchalant.
What are you wearing this fall?
I wear jeans 95% of the time, and love them especially with a man’s white buttondown shirt. Now that it’s getting a little colder, I’m all for a man’s tailored jacket and a great scarf. When it’s time to dress up, I always prefer a little black dress and stockings, with a little boot or slick heels.
When getting dressed, what inspires you?
Just about everything – from the technical point of view I always take the place I’m going to and the time under consideration, and then I think of something I have in my closet that I haven’t worn in a long time or a great outfit I saw on Pinterest. The list goes on and on!
How would you describe the optimal wardrobe for the Telavivian woman?
I can only speak for myself, but I know that most of my friends and I spend long hours out of the house, running around to meetings, the office, shopping, the kids and more. Sometimes we don’t even have time to change before dinner. So for me it’s all about being comfortable, classic and basic. I’m all for a woman who invests in her basics and her staples, so a great jeans, a blazer, an oversized sweater, a black dress, perfect shoes and tons of scarves are all you need with a busy schedule like most Telavivian women have.