There is nothing that feels quite as luxe and chic as when i'm wearing silky, loose fitting clothes and obviously it's an extra bonus when the pieces are cut to perfection! Both the top and trousers that i'm wearing here, were bought last summer but I never got the chance to wear them together, so a few weeks ago I took the opportunity to wear them whilst the weather was still playing fair.
The two prints combined have a certain modern traveller feel and usually it's nice to over accessorise looks like these but this time I kept things slightly more modern and minimal in my approach.
Well i'm hoping you like the look lovelies,
(old) Vionnet Silk Tee
(old) Vanessa Bruno Trousers
(old) Karren Millen Leather Jacket - Love this Here & Here
I remember back in the early days of autumn when I started to put my summer clothes away and pull my winter pieces out and I remember contemplating in putting this printed silk top away as it is a summer piece but I couldn't bare the thought of not wearing for the next couple of months so I decided to keep it in my wardrobe with the small hope that I'd be able to figure out a way to wear and style it in the cold months ahead. It came to the end of december and I still hadn't thought of anything and I was just about to give up, when ta-da it came to me!
I layered it over a navy turtleneck, as with the material of the top being so thin that without it I think I would of froze! And at least this way it still kept it looking somewhat chic, or at least in my opinion. Some dark blue skinnies also came to play, complimented by a brown belt and to keep it tonal (and to of course also sneak my favourite colour combo in there) I wore my navy socks with my black Miu Miu's. A big furry coat, my hair in a top knot, my ray bans and Chanel bag were the quirkier finishing touches to this look. And also yay to completing my task!
It's Friday already! And here is a look for you all.
I wanted to wear this gorgeous Vionnet top again and with it's gorgeous eye catching scarf print I couldn't resist mixing it up with another print this time around. So I teamed it with one of favourite pieces, this Elizabeth & James silk, striped shirt. It didn't look right with the sleeves down, for some reason it seemed to throw all the proportions off balance, so rolled them up, which actually gave the look a more effortless and casual feel.
I then went with these Carven navy wide leg trousers, another wardrobe favourite of mine. Their length along with their shape is just soooo chic in my opinion and I really liked the way they picked up the blue in my shirt. For my shoes I went with these very old Pretty ballerina's that I came across the other day, their bronzed colour just seemed to work really well and I liked how they gave a sense of unexpectedness. I don't why but when I look at this outfit I think of an old fashioned bar man, like in the western films, hehe. I really enjoyed wearing this, it was one of those outfits that I felt very confident in, which was nice because it was around a time when I was struggling to get inspired.
Finishing touches included this Totem Salvaged clutch, my double skull Mqueen ring and the boyfriend's watch, cheeky I know but what are boyfriends for if you can't steal from their wardrobe every now and again!
Well I look forward to hearing what you think. Thank you to those who take the time to comment and I even thank the ones who just take the time to have a lil look.
Take care and have an awesome friday,
(old) Eilizabeth & James Silk Shirt - Similar Here
So this was the second time styling my beautiful Isabel Marant trousers and this time I decided to team them with my Vionnet scarf print, silk front tee. I liked how it created a slightly global-traveller feel. I didn't want to go overboard with the global-traveller aspects of the look, so i tried to keep everything else slightly more toned down - creating minimal undertones. I chose my Army jacket by CLOSED as this complimented the colour pallet of the outfit and also giving more depth to the look as the texture of the jacket is of a heavier material.
My shoes I kept minimal with these DIY shoes (which are actually about 7/8 years old and were from New Look) I think anything heavier then these shoes would of just been to heavy against the overall lightness of the look. I added in some bulky bracelets as I didn't want it to become to toned down and these were just enough.
Hope you like this look. Thank you and Take care, Daniella xox
Hi everyone, just wanted to show you some of my “new ins” that i’ve collected over the last few weeks. I would of shown you sooner but my internet problems stopped that from happening! I’ve got a couple of high street buy that i’m also looking forward to showing you,i’ll probably wait till next week to show you them.
Anyway i really hope you like
Thank you and Take care,