I bought this pair of pants some years ago, and I don’t even remember if I ever wore them outside the house. It was obvious from the moment I wore them that this style was definitely not me, as it was not flattering to my figure/body type, but I bought them anyway, because a) I loved this style and b) the sales woman was too pushy and persuasive. They stayed unworn for years, and they were on the “to sale” pile, until recently, when I thought I’d give them another chance by pairing them with feminine pieces and bringing them closer to my style. I didn’t dislike them as much as the last time, but I still think that the androgynous style is suitable for tall and thin figures, so, not for me. However, I’m going through an experimenting phase again, and I really wanted to try something different. I don’t think they’ll make an appearance on the blog again anytime soon, but they’ll probably stay in my closet for a little longer. What do you think?
Last week, I received a new pair of black skinny jeans via mail, and I couldn’t think of a better way to wear them for the first time, than in a total black outfit. I know, most people would have worn them with something more colorful, but if something gets on my mind, it’s really difficult to get it off it. So total black it is, for their first outing. You rarely get to see me in such dark monochromatic looks, but I figured, that my copper red hair is all the pop of color I need some days. Let’s ignore the fact that they’re in desperate need of some hair dye. In fact, that’s exactly what I’m doing, by covering my dark roots with my beanie. Thank God for them! They can easily save a bad hair day, or what needs to be covered in between hair salon visits. hehe So, meet the black panther in me, and get ready for a picture loaded post.
This is something really simple, that I wore yesterday afternoon to meet T. I wanted to wear my new skinny jeans, and these grey heels popped in my mind as I was trying to find possible combinations to wear it with. The sweatshirt was a last minute addition, but I really love how it looked. I couldn’t leave the house without my new Regalis Collection rings, which have quickly become favorites. Do you like this look? Have a great weekend sweeties, and see you again on Monday!
This tartan pencil skirt is one of the few things that I bought this season, and even though it was love at first sight, I didn’t get the chance to wear it until now. My first thought, was to combine it with my navy blue cropped top and my two-tone toe-cap pumps in blue and black. At first I was hesitant about the cropped top, but decided to go for it, even though I’m quite pale, and definitely don’t have the body of a model. Fashion is for those who dare after all, and don’t care about what other people might say. Of course I also wore a blazer on top, which made the look classier and kept me warm. My long coat was the perfect finish to the look. You might recognize the skirt, and the whole styling of these photos from the post I made last week, when I showed you my face without the sunglasses for the first time since I started blogging. It was a really big moment for me, and I imagine that even bigger ones are coming… fingers crossed! Till then, have a fantastic weekend my dear readers. Mine is going to be rather busy. My blogger friends and I, have something really BIG planned for this Sunday. Stay tuned for more details next week, and follow me on social media to get the updates in real-time! Kisses to all!
These photos were taken last Sunday when I met with my blogger friends downtown to go to an event with handmade items, but I had to change the order of my outfit photos because I wanted to show you my cherry-print outfit first (click here to read it, if you haven’t already). I wanted to be super casual, because I was going to be many hours out of the house, and had to also do a lot of walking. Maria of Style Bows took these photos of me (click here to see her outfit of the day, and the photos I took of her), and after the event we went to Starbucks to enjoy the Christmas blends that are already out. Check out my social media channels for photos of that day, and make sure to follow me everywhere (links at the end of this post).