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.
This has to be my absolute favorite outfit from Paris regardless of the fact I’m wearing a $16 top and my underwear is slightly showing through the skirt, although you might not notice that. I’m obsessed with striped knitwear this season and pleated skirts are sort of fresh and new to me and I felt really feminine wearing this to the Chloe show on my very first day in Paris. And as I mentioned before, these lace up heels (previously worn here and here) are the most beautiful shoes I’ve ever owned, so add that to a perfect combo.
I can’t seem to catch a break these last couple of days and my istagram is a witness. For an almost full time stylist that I am right now, the new season means work, work, work, plus I’m also working on several fun projects for the blog. But since my bf never had a chance to have a proper vacation this summer due to our (mistly his) busy schedules, we’re taking a few days off to spend some time together in the mountains. Follow my instagram for some breathtaking mountain views the next couple of days.
As for this outfit, for me the length of this dress is the trickiest thing in the world. Because my hips are on the wider side, a mini anything makes my legs look huge (see last picture). However, if I tie a jacket on my hips, it instantly improves the look, so this is a small trick I’m always using with mini skirts.
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
There definitely had to be a blog post named Beetlejuice at some point this year and better later than never. I’m a huge fan of blazers, actually all outerwear for that matter, so I had to have one in beetlejuice print, even though some of you might already be sick of it
Hi and thanks for stopping by! My name is Nika, and I've been running Fashion Agony for over 5 years now. I'm working as a personal stylist and style fashion shoots. I'm obsessed with shoes, traveling and taking pictures for the blog. Drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or suggestions.