Don’t you just love coming back to the things you just cannot leave at the back of your wardrobe? Today I went for this chic combo of heavier leather pleat texture & bubble gum and sky blue pastels.
Burgundy is one of my favourite colours. Eye-catching and chic it will for sure draw some attention. Scroll down and see what burgundy outfit ideas I have selected for you today. Enjoy!
A few weeks back I headed off to Rochester for a wonder as it was one of these first beautiful sunny weekends following a pretty grim winter… and the smell of Spring was in the air…
Perfect picture set!
Alexander Wang takes the ankle bootie through Spring with this stretch mesh “Daga” style that lets your foot breathe! I fell love with its unusual stretch mesh upper fabric and the flattering almond toe!
Skin-baring mesh adds sporty appeal to a leather-trimmed ankle boot with a sky-high, commanding heel.
I absolutely adore this MARY KATRANTZOU Marinela navy jewel print tote.
This structured leather tote mixes practicality with a quirky sense of humour – the smooth streamlined and sophisticated shape is decorated with the playful and vibrant coloured tikiman (what Mary calls “little pagan robots made up of symbols.”) set against an navy hued background, and features magnetic polished hardware fastening for easy access.
I love the way the gold bar lines up with the straps!
Finally, I accesorised with my favourite Fendi purple sunglasses! I love the geometric plastic frames and purple lenses, so retro!
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As the weather warms up lifting our spirits and shaking off winter blues, this is probably my last wintery outfit this season. As much as I love shearling, I can’t wait to busk in the summer rays!
Only these funky Fendi Havana tortoiseshell oversized shades to put on and off I go!
Let me know what you think about this outfit!
As the weather got a bit milder this week here in London, I decided to feature a jacket-free outfit.
I have gone for beige and contrasting black as I love the way these hues off-set each other.
Last year I discovered & Other Stories label and I fell in love with their simple yet very sharp and invariably desirable pieces.
If you’re a fan of H&M‘s sister brand COS, I am positive you will love them too!
Their collaborations with independent fashion designers bring up the style names that we might not otherwise have encountered on the British high street. Moscow-based designer Vika Gazinskaya and Lykke Li, may just be its most covetable collaborations to date.
This lovely & Other Stories two-tone soft and lightweight cotton pullover has a simple yet stylish look. With slightly round silhouette and a relaxed-fit, it accentuates the right parts of your body and gives off casual yet cool vibe.
Leather is surely the key luxe fabric and a leading trend for yet another season, I love the ways it feels and I enjoy styling it with other fabrics. I have put on this Peridot London Stone Randall Wrap Leather Skirt to complement the top. Peridot London are known for their contemporary, timeless quality designs, strong tailoring aesthetic and this piece is no different.
The asymmetric skirt has a modern tribal vibe about it , I love the way it folds over in front giving the impression it fastens at the fold, while the actual hidden zip is at the back. It is such a lovely and versatile skirt that can be dressed up with neutral heels and a simple t-shirt for smart/casual chic.
I teamed it up with & Other Stories black leather ankle boots featuring a quirky wavy cut around the ankle that creates a modern and feminine look.I like the narrow square toe, stable chunky heel and the exposed zip at the rear.
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