Nothings screams spring more to me than a pastel duster coat in a light fabric. I chose to wear this powdery blue goodness with everything white to accentuate how breezy it feels. I already see it in gorgeous combos with light blue jeans and cutoffs or maybe even nothing else but a wide belt.
I was obsessed with the vinyl trend the moment I saw it in mini skirts, then came the pants, which I deem incredibly sexy and unique. This is definitely not the kind of trend you’ll be seeing everywhere, simply because there’s not much vinyl goodness you can buy online, so if you feel the power to rock it, go ahead! My suggestion is to pair vinyl bottoms with heels or flats, sporty outerwear (I’m crazy about this 90’s rain mac!) and logo tees. Another love of mine is the Champion logo so I couldn’t help but get myself one of their t-shirts this season. Another option I’ll try with these bad boys is a dark blazer and some sneakers or loafers!
I’m not usually one to wear several statement pieces in a single outfit, my usual safe outfit formula is one statement piece plus neutral basics. This time I was inspired by the arrival of spring and simply bored by the lack of color on my instagram feed, so I decided to trow a pair of embroidered shoes, a printed coat and a hand painted bag into the mix, I felt like all of these pieces had something in common so they won’t look super overwhelming altogether. To avoid the overdone look I finished the outfit off with simple mom jeans and a black hoodie. I personally don’t feel like this was too much, what about you?
I’m finally getting a chance to show you the overknee boots I’ve been rocking all winter – my suede Sam Edelman babies I ordered on Shopbop back in November. Overknees this high are extremely provocative for me, so I always balance things out with oversized knits and layering.
As promised, here’s a look with track pants I wrote about in my previous post. A super random sale purchase in Bershka, two sizes larger than I usually wear, but that didn’t stop me. Actually, I noticed I’ve been shopping a lot in Bershka and Pull&Bear (Inditex brands, Zara’s younger sisters) lately, I used to think these brands aren’t good enough for a fashion blogger, but my attitude’s got a lot simpler in the past years. Who cares about brands, right?
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