I have to admit I’m not paying sufficient attention to the whole 70s trend going on lately, I definitely incorporate some of the its details in my everyday outfits, but full on 70s looks are kinda hard to style if you have limited time in the morning and aren’t always comfortable to wear compared to my beloved sporty chic. This look however was really easy to pull off, probably because it’s a classic denim & suede combination and also because of the fact I can’t get enough of my snake booties and the imitation suede coat.
Coat – Shein (real suede one here)
Shirt – Zara
Jeans – H&M (similar ones here)
Boots – Asos
Bag – Saint Laurent (affordable styles here and here)
As a personal stylist the number one question I’m dealing with on a daily basis is how to prepare for the new season and winter has to be the most challenging time, when styling a decent look gets complicated by the unbearable cold. Here’s my top 9 items that will make your winter stylish and trendy without compromising your health. All of them are versatile and will definitely match your staples from fall and the previous seasons.
Strolling along Canal St Martin on our last day in Paris in my striped poncho, which doubles as a scarf and a blanket on a plane. Probably one of the most versatile items in my closet that I try to stock up on ever since blanket capes became a thing. I can’t believe Paris happened almost a month ago, even though this has been a one hectic month for me. Can’t wait to go back as soon as I can, I’ve definitely left my heart there.
Hi everyone! I hope you guys are having a great day so far!
What did I miss? Oh yeah, it’s June and I’m almost sure I forgot how to blog. Lots of things happened since my last post, some of them happy and some of them sad, but right now I’m back on track with posting and life in general. Presenting you a look I may or may not have worn twice already. I can’t think of anymore 70s-but-still-me outfit than this basic embroidered shirt, a cool maxi denim skirt and a pair of gladiator sandals, which I confess I have been wearing a little bit too often lately. Obsessed!
High waisted denim skirts of this length are a great way to make your legs look slimmer, in fact, I would go so far as to say, if you already have skinny legs, don’t wear them! But if like me, you’re super conscious about your lower limbs, by all means try one, I swear I felt almost too skinny the day I wore it. And according to Mrs. Moss, nothing tastes as good as skinny feels, so why not pass on that donut while you’re at it?! That’s exactly what I did, but just on that day!
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