Photographs by dear mom : )
(Zara t-shirt, Topshop high waisted pants, Mango Kimono cardigans and Free People platform sandals.)
I was really excited about these Jeffrey Campbell wedges I’ve ordered from FreePeople, the print is just so beautiful I couldn’t resist! (But still I was a little too slow that the beige colour, which I like better, was sold out of my size range. These ones I had to get one size bigger as well. )I was wearing a Zara striped t-shirt (experimenting with a little colour blocking here.) with an old Mango kimono cardigan I got from the sales pile in Vienna (for only 12 euros!).
This outfit was briefly featured on the front page of Chictopia. Thank you Chictopia editors : )
Les Copains’ Spring collection is so youthful and fun. I love this black kimono cardigan paired up with bright orange sandals. Usually I’m not huge into makeup, but those neon bright lips (also spotted in Jil Sander and many other shows) are to die for!
I’m very inspired by the colour combination in Fendi’s Spring collection. I’m not a person for large-scale colour blocking, and I think this bright orange and blue wrap skirt is just the perfect dose for me.
If you love floral the D&G Spring show would definitely impress you. I mean, look at these all-over floral maxi dresses , they would literally turn you into a walking flower field : o
These are a few of my current favourites on Chictopia. Love the “ragged” thrifted Kimono on Autila, it’s the perfect outerwear for a simple and basic outfit, great styling! I’m sure the colour blocking trend is hard to carry, but Brooklyn Blonde‘s interpretation is very easy on the eyes, right on spot; Claudia from Molto fashion has a unique look and personal style, love her hairbow and glasses : ) Check out their blogs!
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