In these last few weeks I’ve been literally on a sartorial auto-pilot. Reaching for my trusty wardrobe staples and mix and matching them as many times as I can, is probably the best way to play dress up. Living between two cities might seem fun, but it is actually pretty confusing.
I’m wearing: FrontRowShop blazer (similar HERE)/ No name shirt/ Asos jeans (or HERE)/ Mango shoes/ Brixton hat/ Kapten&Son watch
On the art of reinventing menswear and wearing felt fedoras. After my previous post on how to master tomboy style that you all seemed to like, I thought I should introduce this topic more often over here. For some reason or another, this is the style I feel most comfortable in and I don’t know if I will ever be willing to trade tailored blazers for mini skirts. Not that I need to. Do I?
I’m wearing: Zara Man sweater (or HERE)/ Asos jeans (or HERE)/ Stan Smith sneakers/ Zara bag/ Kapten & Son watch
I usually love spending time experimenting with all of my favourite pieces, but sometimes it just feels good to go back to my spring basics. I must admit wearing a fedora hat, some pointed ankle boots or a statement suede jacket can be quite flattering, but on weekends I just feel the need to forget for a while about all of my style tricks and just take the easy road. Oversized knit, cropped mom jeans and Stan Smiths – “this is how we do it”.
I always was an adept of dressing down rather than going on the contrary. I believe that putting too much effort into an outfit can often ruin it. Therefore, I love having that feeling of nonchalance in all of my outfits. It somehow empowers me, makes me more confident and should I say even free?!