I haven’t been taking pictures for the blog in months, this outfit I’m sharing today is from July. The reason is that I’ve been feeling utterly uninspired and questioning everything I’m doing lately. Even though blogging has long become my job, I wasn’t feeling like I’m doing my best with it, more like I’m stuck with the same routine that I keep repeating every time I’m shooting for the blog.
I don’t feel like my previous outfit posts fully reflect my style nor do I have the desire to grow style-wise. It took me a while to sort this and re-evaluate what I’m doing here, right now I’m trying to bring back the passion I had when I started and developed this blog. Anyways, to cut the rambling, there’s a lot I want to change on this blog and soon you’ll be seeing the new look that I’m currently working on. For now, I’ll leave you with the pictures that I like best out of everything we’ve done this summer.
In the light of the newest supermodel trend I finally decided to give my old baker boy cap another chance, it’s been lying on a shelf in my office for too long. I kinda like the chic and unexpected vibe it gives to an otherwise simple outfit, and I’m more than certain there’s a whole bunch of other outfits it can spice up if I don’t stop giving it chances.
I picked out a number of similar hats in case you’d like to jump on the bandwagon with me.
This jumpsuit turned out to be one of my favorite statement pieces this summer. Even though it’s not as versatile as a neutral color jumpsuit would be, it definitely has that wow effect that you sometimes need in an outfit ( a wedding / party / event). I wore it in a casual way by layering it on top of a simple white top, but I don’t mind wearing it alone with some heels maybe for a dressier look.
Jumpsuit – Lavish Alice
White top – Zara
Slip ons – Asos
Bag – Camelia Roma
Another hot summer day outfit from my instagram. Whenever I wear a crop top, I tend to go for high waisted bottoms because otherwise I feel naked. It was super hot last week and I attempted this outfit combo, as I was dying to try on this bra-looking top I got on sale. The pants are from Lavish Alice, a really cool British brand I’ve been working with over the years.
Tonal look is definitely one of my favorite styling tricks this year and whenever I have the opportunity to build one, I never think long. I love how this nude mixture of satin, suede and mesh turned out, add my blue-ish skin tone to contrast the warm nudes and there you have a perfect summer outfit!
Hi and thanks for stopping by! My name is Nika, and I've been running Fashion Agony for over 5 years now. I'm working as a personal stylist and style fashion shoots. I'm obsessed with shoes, traveling and taking pictures for the blog. Drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or suggestions.