Hello hello! I’m alive, just spending the last days in bed with a flu and being all covered in tissues. But let’s skip that part, cause I’m finally sharing my new grey double breasted blazer with you. Forget about the classic black coat, pinstripe and camel, nothing will make you look as pulled together as a perfect grey blazer.
When it comes to my fall wardrobe, it’s grey and black all the way. Leather ankle boots, ripped denim, chunky grey knits and structured blazers pretty much sums up my daily uniform. Sometimes I do realize that I may have gone too far down the androgynous route, and that is the moment I understand it’s time to add some color.
I’m wearing: Edited blouse/ Zara grey jeans (or HERE)/ Viparo jacket (or HERE)/ Mango ankle boots/ Vintage bag/ Vintage watch
Is it only me who still has that back-to-school feeling each September? That month is always either about preppy outfits or super minimalist ones to me. So I’ve recently found myself gravitating toward these pretty bow blouses, which I kind of started to collect.
After wearing a 70’s inspired outfit on my first day in Barcelona, I decided the second day should be completely the opposite. And because I’m not always good at finding the golden mean, I chose to wear a completely masculine attire.
It is official fall but luckily I still have some photos from Spain to share with you. These ones were actually taken in Barcelona, in the old city to be entirely precise. It wasn’t my first time in Barcelona, but each time I visit this city I fall more and more in love with it. However, I can surely say this trip was by far one of the most amazing to date. Between listening to musicians in the Gothic Quarter at the midnight, walking down Las Ramblas in search of perfect postcards or getting lost in the narrow streets of the old city, I seriously can’t pick a favorite moment.