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September 2015

Look of the day

flare for fringe

September 29, 2015


Feeling kinda over the whole fringe trend by now, but a fringed neck bandana is a whole different thing, don’t you agree? As you can probably tell, I’m not very big on accessorizing, but this gorgeous piece of silk definitely caught my eye. I immediately knew I wanted to wear it with leather and denim, but at the last minute changed my mom jeans for this skirt to add a little bit of a feminine touch. I hope you guys like this outfit!

P.S. I’m flying to Paris tomorrow and I’ll do my best to update my instagram as often as possible, make sure you follow me for an overload of shoes and croissants!  A bientôt!

I’m wearing:

Leather jacket – Zara
Bandana – Mona Sultan
Denim skirt – Choies
Heels – Asos (similar styles: 1, 2, 3)
Watch – Daniel Wellington


Inspiration, Shopping, Sunday Cravings

fall must have: a pleated skirt

September 27, 2015


(Images via, Le21eme, Lellavictoria, Angelica Blick, Look de Pernille, Style-on, tumblr)

It’s funny how certain styles are trending every year and by the end of the season everyone’s fed up with them, but the following year the excitement is there again. Fashion! To be honest, I’ve never had any particular interest in pleated skirts, not when they were bright maxis, or pastel chiffon midis, or graphic asymmetric whatevs and I don’t remember if I ever had one. This season though I’m really inspired to get one and wear it with sweaters and all kinds of masculine shoes.


Look of the day

fall favorites

September 24, 2015


It’s probably the twentieth time that I’m mentioning lace up trend on the blog, but at least you guys know that when I like something, I’m a 100 percent committed to it :) This top I got only a few days ago has already made its way to the favorite section of my closet, along with my oldie-but-goodie Asos high waisted jeans and these new leather boots that I got from Zara this Sunday. Easily the simplest and one of my favorite outfit combos this fall.

On another note, big news, in four days I’m going to Paris Fashion Week, again! Remembering my previous PFW experience I’ll be super smart this time, go to fewer shows, wear less heels (if possible) and always take the subway instead of a cab (3 missed shows, hello!). I’m planning to stay in Paris for a couple more days after the fashion week is over and just enjoy the city with my bf. Hopefully the weather cooperates! I haven’t planned my outfits yet, my hair is a hot fluffy mess,  so I better start sorting through piles of clothes and maybe blackmailing my hair stylist into a last minute appointment! Wish me luck.

I’m wearing:

Lace up top – Sheinside (lots of cool options in this post)
Jeans – Asos Farleigh
Boots – Zara (check out this post for more fall boot options)
Bag – Saint Laurent


Look of the day

basics with a twist

September 19, 2015


I got slightly carried away with all the 70s vibes, forgetting to share with you guys what I wear a good 50 percent of the time. Trends come an go, but I think that skinny jeans, cool tees and killer heels will be my closet staples forever. They look powerful no matter what and they make me feel good, that’s a felling I wouldn’t trade for the world! What are your wardrobe staples?

I’m wearing:

Sleeveless jacket – Zara (similar ones here, here and here)
Jeans – Asos (cool ones here and here)
Tee – Romwe
Heels – Asos (love these styles: 1, 2)
Bag – Saint Laurent


Look of the day

lace up top

September 16, 2015


And yet another lace up item in my closet! Should I change the name to Laceup Agony?

After so much craving for lace up front tops and A-line skirts I decided it’s time to pair some of my latest findings into the most obvious of outfits. To spice things up I added one of this season’s hottest accessories  – a dark red saddle bag. Later in the day I ditched the heels and wore this combo with a pair of sneaks and a faux leather jacket, which may or may not have worked even better.

I’m wearing:

Top – Shein
Skirt – Shein (more A-line options in this post)
Heels – Zara
Bag – Marc B