I think it’s safe to say that over the last couple of years pastels have transformed from being a trend into being a sort of a lifestyle choice that simply can’t go out of style, and the obvious pantone palettes have nothing to do with it. It’s like biker chic, you won’t stop wearing your leather jackets just because you wore them for a couple years in row, am I right? Or am I just making an excuse for wearing sweet pink dresses every once in a while?
On a personal note I’d like to say that, despite my crazy schedule and living in two cities all at once this past month, I’m finally starting to find balance in my life and figuring out what I want to do with it. 2015 brought me a lot of eye-opening experiences, including group trainings and working with a therapist, meeting incredible, inspiring people and even though I’ve always considered myself blessed and happy, this made me realize a lot of things about myself that I wasn’t aware of before. I’ll definitely dwell on that in a separate post and for now, happy holidays!
A very simple and obvious color combo, but one of my favorite nevertheless. I just love how the tan color of this suede-looking coat (previously worn here) is amplified by the blue background (actually more navy in real life but these pics were taken at dusk so the exposure settings had to go up).
Also here’s a trick how to wear culottes with flats, sure the cropped pants + sneakers take away from your height, but the top and the bottom are the same color, which elongates your silhouette, so call it even!
Coat – Shein (check out this real suede one here)
Turtleneck – Zara (similar one here)
Culottes – Chicwish (similar ones here)
Sneakers – Adidas Stan Smith (lots of options here)
Bag – Saint Laurent
Watch – Michael Kors
I guess it doesn’t get any easier than this black & gray outfit combo – it’s easy to style and easy to wear and the best thing is that it never goes out of style. You can repeat this principle in any other color, just make sure your top and coat have similar shade and length.
On another note it already feels like winter here and I’m so glad I was able to shoot most of my October outfits to share with you guys, because shooting something new in these temps will be challenging. These past weeks I have been entirely taken up with styling, working on shootings almost every other day and doing a lot of personal styling. It’s extremely exhausting and time-consuming but I’ve never felt happier with my work. I’ll do my best to post as frequently as I can, but bear with me if I don’t
I hope you guys are having a lovely day so far! Here’s an outfit I wore during a trip to Warsaw last weekend. To me, nothing beats a breezy white cotton top on a hot day and this embroidered piece was waiting way too long to be worn. Also, I found these jeans at H&M and I’m so obsessed, even though they don’t look very flattering to the body. I love the length, the flared leg and especially the color <3
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!
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