It’s been a long time since I cooked some yummy inspiration set, and these items seemed just right.
What is he difference between a total-something outfit and just wearing everything in the same color because “it fits nicely together”? Call me a sartorial snob, but there is a difference.
I paired a gray sweatshirt with gray slouchy tailored trousers and threw on my favorite, gray long pea coat. The combination of blue and gray is one of my favorites, and the blue clutch added the necessary color splash to the almost total gray outfit.
When you want to be especially festive, or simply don’t know what to wear, total black comes to the rescue. I admit that mine was the second case. So, it’s a black lurex top, black leggings, black ankle boots and the softest leather coat I have ever worn. A total black outfit.
Do you have nostalgic items that stay forever in your wardrobe? I’m almost sure you do. This oatmeal cable-knit sweater will almost surely become such item. I paired it with PU leggings for textural contrast. And high-heeled ankle boots. And a green woven scarf, to add some fresh color to the palette. By the way, I still can’t let go of the croc-effect bags. This one turned to be the most useful thing ever. Everything fits it, and I mean EVERYTHING.
A sleeveless denim jacket. What a practical and versatile item! It can upgrade an outfit or dress it down, and it has a very appealing 90’s aroma. I added faux leather leggings, and a cool structured backpack, and now feel like the coolest kid in college, cool clothes, bad marks and everything.
Celebrating autumn with a yellow coat, high-heeled ankle boots and ASOS White tailored trousers. I’m in love with ASOS White. Silk, cashmere and leather, oversized dresses, v-neck and funnel neck sweaters, tailored trousers and cocoon coats, and the colors are classic and beautiful – silvery gray, deep, midnight blue, white, camel and black, of course.