Blessed Sunday Everyone!
I love wearing jeans or culottes with comfy shoes like trainers or platform shoes for my everyday look. However, when it comes to Sunday look, I prefer to wear something more feminine and classic lady-like style. Because Sunday is more like a family time for me, going to church and having lunch or brunch with my family. So, today I choose this red lace dress with a black blazer and black strap heels and complete the look with a long grey coat (still very chilly out here) and a cute Chanel Ladybug Bag.
But hey, don't be surprise if you see me in this dress on week days, I would totally wear this lace dress with a cropped leather jacket and a matching pair of trainers for a more casual look. I can't afford to keep this dress just for Sundays :P If you prefer a more colorful weekend style, you may like to check the Pastel Spring Style.
Have a great weak ahead and thank you very much for reading.
Red Lace Dress from Next Petite (Sold Out) similar pieces in Wallis & John Lewis, Black Blazer Jacket from ZARA (similar pieces in VestiaireCollective, Miss Selfridge), Long Grey Coat from Forever 21 (Similar in ASOS), Black Ladybug Bag from CHANEL, Black Strap Heels from ANAKIPARIS, Bracelet and Necklace from MONSOON, Ring & Earrings from DUNE LONDON
Hi everyone, I hope you are enjoying the beautiful weather of Spring wherever you are. As promised on my last Post not to write about playsuits/jumpsuits again, so today I'm writing about Pastel Spring Style. If you are not sure what I'm talking about, check HERE & HERE (now you know why I should stop writing about the Overalls for a while, right?).
I'm a happy girl these days for no any reason :) probably it's the spring that is tickling my mood. Like the title suggests, Pastel shades are never inappropriate for Spring Style. I love how whimsical colors can play with one another so well and create a whole new environment and mood.
Today, I'm wearing a vintage ruffled high-neck blouse with a sleeveless shift dress for a smart casual look, which can easily transcend from work to night out style. It's always a good idea to choose the outfit that can take you almost everywhere, because you never know what will happen & whom you will meet during your day. If you are not sure where to begin, start with pastel colors for they are made for Spring. You may like to read THIS and start action straight away, if you are struggling to find your style and your wardrobe is in chaos.
Ruffled High-Neck Blouse: Peekaboovintage UK, Shift Dress: Love 21 from Lyst.co.uk, Pastel Coat: Beyondretro, Slingback Heels: ASOS, Sunglasses: Chanel from Pretavoir.co.uk, Ring:H&M
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I'm sure you have had enough of my talks about my craziness over Jumpsuits, dungarees, rompers or playsuits, but I am not yet ready to give up these fashion pieces. Apologies if you find it too repetitive, I promise to share about other outfit pieces for the next couple of weeks :) Last week while I was hanging around with my blondie sister to one of my favorite places (Portobello Market, Nottinghill) in London, We came across a beautiful vintage shop and found this cute playsuit which obviously I can't say No, and added this fab piece to my wardrobe again! Speaking of this playsuit, it is just perfect for this spring & summer for many reasons, however the main two reasons are for it's eye-candy color and blouson sleeves, which adds a playful vibe and a bit of drama. Today, I'm sharing you how I wear my playsuit in three different ways.
While I love this playsuit for its playfulness & color, the one main reason that rooted me to buy it whenever I shop is its versatility, which my style is all about. Here is my HONEST CONFESSION of making me or others to feel like I have many clothes, while I have just a few wardrobe staples. So, the truth is that I make the most use of any of my wardrobe pieces by mix-matching and create many different styles. So, here I've shown three different ways to wear a playsuit for different occasions. Why to use just for one outfit style, when you can wear it in many different styles?? Most of the playsuits come in short bottoms and light-weight, so you can easily tucked-in to any trousers or skirts to create different outfit looks. While these are a few ideas of recreating your styles with just one playsuit, there are many more looks you can style it by adding midi-skirt, culottes, sleeveless coats over your rompers and jeans and other accessories. Feel free to use your creativity and learn how to make the most use of your available clothes to create your own style and live life looking fabulous everyday. You may like to check THIS, If you haven't read my previous post about BEING YOURSELF.
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Cropped Flared Jeans H&M UK, Oxford Shoes & Checked Tweed Mini Wrap Skirt NewLook SOLD OUT (Similar in SCHUH, ASOS), White Trainers HM Kids (shamelessly wearing kid's shoes (boys section) when I can't find in adult section), Black Clutch Chanel, Black Sling bag Jane Shilton, Glasses Ray-Ban, Rings HM
I just can't get over with dungarees, not really sure whether it's because of their "hello more food" loose waistline or because of their extra versatility. I mean they have all the benefits that I look for when it comes to my outfit, except the hectic toilet woes. They are stylish, comfortable and effortless. Whenever I'm in hurry or confused, I just put on this wide leg black dungarees and yeah! it never disappoint me no matter where I'm heading to. If you have days when you just feel like nothing looks good on you, then you should own at least one overalls and you will understand what I mean. For spring or summer, all you need is to wear it over a short sleeve loose-tee and trainers or comfy sandals and there you just pull off the coolest 90s style that catches the eyes of everyone.
Wide Leg Black Dungarees from URBAN OUTFITTERS (Sold out), Similar in ASOS, VERYEXCLUSIVE.CO.UK
Blue Jumpers from BEYONDRETRO, Blue Trainers REEBOK, Black Slingbag JANESHILTON, Long Coat DKNY
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Seems like winter will never end here in London. Though I love wearing those thick furry coats and layering as much as like, I've started to miss wearing my comfy lightweight dresses, shirts and so on. While I'm on the hunt of little sunshine, the weather did favor to me yesterday. So, I was wearing a lace-up jumpsuit over a soft white shirt with a pair of white trainers for a transitional vibe. However, I need to pull on my long grey coat since it's not warm enough yet to go out with just a shirt. This jumpsuit and a plain classic white shirt are my current best friends because of their versatility and comfy factors. What are your basics for this Spring?? Let me know by leaving comments below.
Shirt: Missselfridge, Grey Coat: Forever 21 (Sold Out), Similar: Forever 21, Lace-up Jumpsuit : Vintage Store, White Trainers: Spartoo.co.uk, Sling Bag: Chanel
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