Double denim and clearly in the mood for monochromatic blue. I don't know if you can tell but the sweater i'm am wearing is also blue, navy blue in fact but for some reason it came out looking really dark in the pictures. I love wearing this Acne sweater during the Spring, it has a lot of padding and so it keeps me really warm, so much so, I don't have to wear a coat or jacket.
Whenever I am shooting inside, our doggies always love to get involved, usually I shoo them away but this time I let them in on it.
Take care lovelies,
(old) Missoni Scarf
(old) Acne Studios Knit Sweater - cool sweater Here& Here
I can't imagine anyone not liking leopard print, I mean i'm sure there are some but come on, leopard print, it rocks right?! Even though I myself don't own many leopard print pieces, I have to say that, that fact is just a coincidence because i've always been a fan of this classic and infectious print. One of the leopard print items I do own, is this old dress that I bought from Topshop years ago. I love how easy it is to just throw on and wear as a simple dress or alliteratively layer it up with an oversized knit or in this case, lighter more fitted knit. I completed the simple outfit off with a few interesting accessories and to throw the look slightly off balance, I wore my classic loafers with some neutral coloured socks.
Yes, you think boyfriend jeans paired with socks and sandals seems like a weird idea for an outfit, I mean the socks and sandals combo is confusing enough! But I think we all feel at this time of year, that want and need to break out our favourite sandals and just go for it, regardless of the actual temperature outside. And so this way, it's a practical nod to Spring, which is pretty much on our doorstep. To make boyfriend jeans paired with socks and sandals look their best, keep to classic wardrobe staples. Though I did add my favourite pink metallic cuff and navajo clutch, as I always think it's good to add a personal touch to an outfit like this.
Still staying true to my love for head to toe oversized looks, I wore this winter version on a cold and slightly wet day in February. I almost left it at the grey coat, navy trousers and cream jumper but I couldn't help but add in this fringed gilet underneath, the colours complimented so well and it just added that unexpected element, that I always try and achieve with my outfits. Though I must say that the Cooee cuffs and the sporty detailing on the trousers, also add that special something to the look.
I always look forward to shooting some street style outside the Acne Studios show during Paris fashion week, I don't know why it's just one of my favourites. But while the show was going on and things had calmed down for the minute, the boyfriend and I decide to take some photos of my outfit but half way through shooting, the battery in my camera went dead! I was annoyed because it didn't even show it was low! So, no close up's of my outfit and no more shooting any street style! My own fault for acting like such a rookie and not having a spare battery with me. But we all live and learn I guess.
Later that afternoon I decided to still head over to outside the Vivienne Westwood show, mainly just to check out all the stylish folk attending the show but that was kinda a waist of time because it was way to crowed, though I did get to introduce myself to the lovely Marie. After that I went to have a drink with the very stylish Tina from the Where Can I Find blog and I have to say it was one of the highlights from my Paris trip. What a kind soul and a personality that is just as beautiful and infectious as her exterior! Yes it's safe to say I have a slight girl crush. And so, at least my day ended on the right note.
Anyway special thank you to the awesome The Nyanzi Report for the second to last photo and also Cup Of Couple for the last shot, love the way they captured the colours.
Thank you if you have taken the time to read this,