Over many decades of various fashion trends, the 70s fashion has never been better. I love every bit of 70s styles from the fringes, flares, suede to platforms that give us the freedom to create glam rock, punk or hippie chic. So today's look is all about the 70s inspired outfit and this post is dedicated to all 70s fashion lovers.
If 70s trend is not your type, which is the most inspiring fashion decade for you? Please don't forget to share your favorite on the comment section.
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Bell-Sleeve Turtleneck Sweater from HM LONDON, Wide-Leg Trousers from Séssun, Sunglasses from Ray Ban, Bag from Chanel
Hi Beauties, hope you are having summer fun wherever you are. Well, I haven't got the real fun of summer yet to be honest. If you are following my blog, you might have been very angry by now since I didn't update any new post for a while. The reason is that I've been working really hard lately with my full time day job and couldn't make my time for my night job (i.e.blogging). Here goes my heartfelt apologies to you all and I will try my best to update more often in the days to come. Well, that's why I think I deserve a break from my work, forget everything and just go for a holiday and enjoy that hippies lifestyle for a while.
So yeah, here is my favourite outfit that I'm taking for my holiday. A soft and light weighted linen wide legged trousers, a crop top and a khaki green shirt dress. Talking about my obsession over versatile outfit pieces on my PREVIOUS POST, this outfit serves the same purpose again. This outfit can take me everywhere from coffee/lunch date to cocktail evening. At the same time, they are light weighted and can wear these three pieces separately in many different looks, so they just work magic for packing holiday clothes. To give you a few examples, I'm going to wear this shirt dress alone for shopping, that crop top with denim shorts and so on...!
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Linen Wide Leg Trousers: kaliko.co.uk (old), Black Crop Top: New Look, Khaki Green Shirt Dress: BOOHOO, Clutch: Chanel, Shades from ASOS,
As the title suggested, today's post is a quick outfit inspiration for a dinner date, but it doesn't stop just for that one particular occasion. If you are following my blog, you might have known that I'm a monster of versatile clothing. I buy outfit pieces that can go with almost all my other clothes and that can be worn for many occasions. Currently, I'm obsessed with a tie-waist wide leg stripped pants. This piece is super comfortable, trendy right now and functional for many affairs.
I wore this outfit for a dinner date with my bae last weekend, however like I said, I'm going to wear this pants for a day out with my girlfriends, to work and to where-ever possible. Talking about the dinner date outfit ideas, comfort is vital no-matter-what, and always remember that less is better. My outfit is more for a casual dinner date, so if you are going for a dressy dinner date, you may like to go for a dress with a pair of complimenting heels.
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Faux Leather jacket from Bebe, similar in PIMKIE, Black Clutch NEWLOOK (Old) Stripped wide leg pants from UNIQLO (sold out), similar in Madewell, Black knitted Open back top GUESS (old), Sandals ANAKI PARIS (Old),
Hi beauties, I hope you guys had a wonderful week so far. Today's post is to inspire to all my beautiful ladies out there living in a budget and looking for an affordable weekend style. Though, I love to dress my best on week days, my outfits are more classic and don't take much risks. However, when it comes to weekend I prefer to step out little more from my comfort zone, play around with my old clothes and be more experimental with my style. So, here is my mix-and-match weekend inspired outfit wearing a loose shirt dress over jeans.
If you feel that you are wearing that particular pair of jeans too often, dressing it up with a long shirt dress is a great way to elevate your tired jeans to a whole new life. It's always not necessary to wear a shirt dress over flared cropped jeans like mine. A slit maxi dress over skinny jeans with heels is another refreshing style. Hope you guys like it! Please don't forget to leave me a feedback or your ideas on the comment section.
Shirt Dress, Flared Jeans (self-customised), choker from H&M (OLD), Sandals from ANAKI PARIS (OLD), Glasses from Dior
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Last weekend, I went to Wimbledon to see any chance of getting on-day tickets but end up the day eating the best burger and drinking beers in a pub and yes I did watch live tennis match on the screen. By the time I reached the Wimbledon Park, it was almost 1.pm and the queue was already like a train and the rain started pouring, so I left without waiting for my turn (which will be at around 6pm :D). Though, my jacket comes to my rescue from the moody rain, I don't think I can queue there for hours considering my patience.
So, today's post is all about my last weekend. I chose to wear my favourite summer Striped dress over a white tee with a trainers because the morning sun seems to be quite bright and warm, and luckily I grabbed my jacket knowing the unexpected yet predictable British weather, and off-course it rained on and off the whole day. Living in a place where the weather is fickle, a loose rainproof jacket and a comfy pair of trainers come in handy always. Currently, a striped dress, a pair of white trainers and a rainproof jacket are my summer essentials so far, but I hope to get rid of rainproof jackets and trainers soon and replace with just summery dresses, tops and sandals.
White Trainer and white Tee from H&M, Pleated Striped dress from H&M, Jacket from ADIDAS (old).
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