Crazy in love with my new red slingback pumps from Asos. Most of the time I’m a neutral shoe person, and red heels just don’t get to stay in my closet for too long, but I have a feeling you’re gonna see these ones quite often. They look great with light denim and whites, which, in turn, look great with khaki, my newfound love this season.
Also, notice the bell sleeves in my top, I’ve never worn anything like this before! Another perfect summer staple for my wardrobe.
Here’s an outfit I wore a couple days ago featuring two new items I’m crazy about – this utility jacket and the silver bodysuit, and two items I probably wear most often – the high waisted Asos jeans and these pink heels. I think I’ve worn both of them a hundred times already and I plan to wear the crap out of them, because I love these two.
Usually whenever I like a certain style I make sure I have a lot of it in my closet, and this is what’s currently happening with bodysuits and multi-way tops or dresses, I think that’s one thing I’ve been buying like crazy recently. I hope you guys like this outfit!
This spring I’m reinventing the utility jacket that I undeservingly forgot about for over a year. I do believe it’s a timeless piece but due to the excessive consumerism that I’ve been indulging in for the past years I was unable to find time to wear it and space to store it in plain sight. But when packing some essentials to move to another city this jacket was one of the ten outerwear garments I allowed myself to take with me and I’m glad I did, not only because of the safari/military vibes that are trending right now.
Utility jacket – Asos (similar ones here, here and here)
Shirt – Sheinside
Jeans – Asos (lots of cool styles here)
Lace top – Topshop
Bag – Asos (also love this orange one here)
Boots – Aldo
Watch – Michael Kors
Sunnies – ZeroUV
Let me start by saying I love new trends. Sometimes I get on the bandwagon a bit later than other fashionistas, but don’t you agree trends make dressing so much more exciting?
I do realize that the 70s trend is either love or hate, though! I’m 100% sold, but I’m not gonna go crazy shopping for all the new 70s inspired garments. I have a better idea – why not make it work with what we already have? I have to admit that it would be harder to recreate a similar look without flares, but that is one of the 70s inspired pieces that I really recommend investing in, because they are here to stay. In this look I incorporated four things I love about about the 70s:
1. Flares, obviously
2. Wearing turtlenecks under light jackets or shirts
3. Safari-inspired outerwear (in my case this is a utility jacket I bought a while ago)
4. Cinched waist (preferably wider belts)
But of course, there’s so much more to this trend than what you’re seeing here and I’m extremely inspired to create more outfits, so stay tuned! P.S. Check out my 70s Inspiration pinterest board for more!
Hey everyone! Hope you’re having a great day so far! Since I’m up to my ears in work and don’t have any new outfits to share, I thought I’d show you a couple of my older outfits, that for some reason didn’t make it to the blog. Mostly it’s because I didn’t have enough photos for a nice post, or I wasn’t satisfied with their quality or simply forgot I had these pictures (that happened with the first outfit).
Anyways, let me know if you like them and if you want to know where something is from, feel free to ask in the comments, I’ll be sure to reply asap.
P.S. The winner of the Sheinside sweater giveaway is Dianne Tho, congrats honey, you will be contacted very soon.
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