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?
Gingham is making a a huge comeback for spring ’17, but this time it’s taken a completely new, bolder look. Asymmetric cuts, deconstructed gingham, structural shapes, ruffles and mixed prints – this season the designers offer us the intriguing new ways of wearing gingham. I was never a fan of this print, but I have to admit, this season’s shapes and cuts totally won me over.
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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