Can you think of a more relaxed summer outfit choice than a loose minimal jumpsuit? I can’t!
Sometimes getting dressed on a hot day becomes such a nuisance I can barely make myself throw on an oversized dress. This minimal jumpsuit is a great solution when all you seek in an outfit is lightness and comfort. I love that it looks a bit slouchy and the fabric is breezy enough to get through the heat.
The lace up fan that I am, I see no other choice but to keep wearing this trend throughout 2016, especially since it’s now expanded to so many new kinds of clothing: sweaters, jackets, shirts, you name it! I really loved the idea of keeping it simple with my new crispy white lace up sweatshirt and I haven’t worn sneakers and flares in a while so this is how this outfit was born. I stocked up on some more lace up pieces that I can’t wait to show you, so stay tuned!
If there’s one thing in my life that I’m never gonna quit it’s definitely searching for the perfect jeans. I’ve been craving a pair of vintage Levi’s for God knows how long, but last month I finally caved and got them off Ebay only to realize the wash and the fit are fine, but not perfect. I do love how they look on me, but I can’t help but wonder if I’m gonna be slightly luckier with my next denim purchase, and so the search continues.
Coat – Shein (size S)
Sweater – Topshop
Jeans – vintage Levi’s
Boots – Zara
Watch – Marc Bale
Looks like the season of running from one building to another at the speed of light and with clenched teeth is getting to an end, at least according to the weather app on my iPhone! I do have a couple winter outfits to show you though where there’s still some snow. This particular styling was inspired by one of my own posts from a couple weeks ago, turns out they are useful after all!
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
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