As you may have guessed from this post I did a couple of weeks ago, flare sleeves are one of my biggest obsessions this spring. You can wear them in so many ways, the most traditional ones being somewhat romantic or feminine. I wanted to experiment with this dusty rose top a little bit and I loved the mix with loose track pants and white sneakers, that might not be your first outfit choice, but definitely looks fresh and unexpected. I hope you guys like this experiment, I have another flared sleeve top I wanna show you in a more traditional combo, so stay tuned.
This is probably my favorite way to style sexy tops like this one – with slouchy denim that is, and the more distressed the better. I couldn’t wait for the temps to get a little warmer to wear my lace up heels from last summer, still one of the most flattering shoes I own, so I had to throw them into the mix as well. A small cross body is always my bag of choice for almost any outfit, but this time I didn’t want anything to distract from the beautiful back detail, hence the large leather tote, also from last year.
Bet you guys did not expect color blocking on this blog? Neither did I, since usually it’s one of my least favorite styling techniques. Even though camel is considered a neutral color, it looks really strong combined with a dark green blazer, a recent sales find, and I loved the combo so I had to wear it the other day to meet a client. I have to confess I often opt for blazers and pumps to appear more serious than I really am
With all the deadlines, holidays and really cold temperatures I realized I’ve been completely neglecting taking outfit pictures for the blog. It’s a good thing though I still have this winter outfit we shot back in October for Daniel Wellington’s winter campaign, where for once I was actually dressed warmer than needed.
Styling my Classic Sheffield rose gold watch was a piece of cake, as you’ve probably noticed I’m wearing it in almost all of my outfits, and not because I’m paid to do that but because it’s the most versatile accessory I could wish for, especially when it comes to fall and winter months.
Coat – Nastygal (from last year, similar one here)
Sweater – H&M
White shirt – Zara
Jeans – Asos
Boots – Guess
Bag – Saint Laurent
Watch – Daniel Wellington
Here’s the third look from Paris I styled for Asos (the previous two here and here) and this time I chose a classic combo of a flared jean and a bohemian blouse with puffy sleeves and a bow. The suede saddle bag seemed like a perfect pop of color this outfit could use. I think these are the last sort of summery pics I have from this year, next stop: fall outerwear, which I love even more than summer outfits. Too bad it’s such a necessity where I am, I wouldn’t mind if it were optional.
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