Well, it’s not exactly suede but it certainly looks like one! I missed on the real suede this year (okay, I confess, I wasn’t looking hard enough), but this stretchy suede-looking trench coat absolutely does the trick and doesn’t cost you an arm and a leg. There are limitless styling opportunities when it comes to suede coats, but since it’s already chilly outside my best guess would be to wear it with flares and mom jeans. I kept the rest of the outfit simple and classic this time, but I also have another sporty and edgy combo to show you in one of my next posts.
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.
I used to always hate that feeling of sadness, when you realize that summer is almost over up until I started blogging. The sadness is still there but now I have all these fall trends and new arrivals to be excited about! In case you guys are thinking about what to buy for fall, here a list of 7 ideas you might consider. All of these items mix together perfectly and will organically fit your existing wardrobe, matching your minimal, feminine and sporty sets.
1. Rust and terracotta colors
shop rust and terracotta items:
shop A-line skirts:
shop flared pants and jumpsuits:
shop striped tops and dresses:
5. Ankle boots
shop ankle boots:
Extra bonus points for A-line suede dresses in rust or terracotta worn with sock or mod boots
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
I don’t remember a season, when denim would be unfashionable, but this summer its the number 1 hottest trend. Pinafore dresses, a-line skirts, flared jeans and overalls, frayed edges, lots of buttons, light wash and new lengths worn with platforms, gladiators, sneakers and suede boots when it gets chilly. The new denims will stay hot during fall too, so it’s a great investment.
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