Another look with these suede boots from last year that I simply can’t get enough of come fall (see the previous two looks from Paris here and here). I’ve been meaning to try out the white & tan color combo for the longest time, but even though I’m the most avid fan of all white (see my tumblr for proof), I couldn’t find two white pieces in my closet that matched and were fall appropriate. This turtleneck came just in time and I paired it with the culottes I last wore back in summer. Of course there was a coat involved, but it wasn’t white so I’m not gonna show it to you
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.
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
Here’s a black and white outfit I wore on one of my last days in Paris. The venue of a morning show was next to Pont de l’Alma, which was a great opportunity to shoot this outfit only a 10-minute walk away on Rue de Monttessuy – the place from which, in my personal opinion, the Eiffel Tower looks the most impressive.
Too bad this wasn’t at sunset, the light and the colors would be amazing, but I’m pretty happy about how these images turned out, even though on that day I forgot to take a hairbrush with me, and that for me is worse than forgetting my phone and wallet. Need to brush that hair every 30 min, that’s my secret of staying sane
Sleeveless coat – Shein (tucked the collar in for a cleaner look)
Dress – Front Row
Sneakers – Adidas Stan Smith
Bag – Asos
It’s probably the twentieth time that I’m mentioning lace up trend on the blog, but at least you guys know that when I like something, I’m a 100 percent committed to it This top I got only a few days ago has already made its way to the favorite section of my closet, along with my oldie-but-goodie Asos high waisted jeans and these new leather boots that I got from Zara this Sunday. Easily the simplest and one of my favorite outfit combos this fall.
On another note, big news, in four days I’m going to Paris Fashion Week, again! Remembering my previous PFW experience I’ll be super smart this time, go to fewer shows, wear less heels (if possible) and always take the subway instead of a cab (3 missed shows, hello!). I’m planning to stay in Paris for a couple more days after the fashion week is over and just enjoy the city with my bf. Hopefully the weather cooperates! I haven’t planned my outfits yet, my hair is a hot fluffy mess, so I better start sorting through piles of clothes and maybe blackmailing my hair stylist into a last minute appointment! Wish me luck.
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