Hey guys! Hope you have a great start in the week. Today I'd like to share with you what I usually wear to work. I am not a big fan of uniform suits (usually the pants that go with the blazer have a strange cut or are just not fitting me perfectly). I'd rather pair a blazer with pants that are made out of different fabrics, which gives the look a more modern twist. As the waxed black pants with the zipper gives the outfit a rocky edgy finish I paired it with a scarf printed blouse to underline feminity and elegance. The nude coloured heels and bag softens the look. Working as an HR Representative in a modern company it's so much fun beeing able to go with fashion and not beeing forced walking in boring conservative cloth pants :-)
Inspiration can stem from many things, nature being a primary source of inspiration for my fashion picks quite often.. Nothing underlines the effect of this Vintage/Boho look better than a barley field - if it wouldn't be so itchy at my legs all the time :-D
What inspires you the most when it comes to fashion?
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It's so easy to transform a day to a night outfit. All you have to do is is exchange the blazer and pointed toe pumps to a clutch some heels and jewelry :-). As you can see, the transition from an office outfit to an outfit that can be worn after work to have dinner or some cocktails with friends can be achieved with just some items.
On my business trip to Munich, I discovered this embellished pink mini skirt at H&M trend. What a girly statement piece that upgrades every look for this season.The coral ruffled shirt gives it a flirty polished touch and is such a mood lifter. Of course I had to accessoires it with some of my gold chain jewelry. Catherine from Seejewlry has some really amazing pieces, you should def check out her page.
Probably one of my favourite oufits for this summer. I'M LOVIN' IT (insert high opera voice) and feel like a coloured fruity lollipop :-D
Have a great weekend and thank's for stopping by and your support! Appreciate it alot!
I usually don't reach for green items also there are really pretty hues out there. BUT when I spotted this beautiful green mini skirt with the gold zipper I knew this baby is coming home with me :-)
The white silk blouse underlines the perfect summer complexion, while the green skirt emphasize colourful accents. Paired it with my gold pointed pumps, rose gold bracelet and nude colured clutch to give it that polished finish. Especially the length and cut of that skirt is so flattering when you have cuved hips and larger thighs. Not every green shade fits the skin tone or hair colour. I usually prefer greens with blue undertones to bilious or yellowish green tones. Do you have any preferences?
Sillk Blouse: Zara
Bracelet, Necklace: Seejewelry
Thank you for stopping by. I hope you enjoyed my look of the day? :-)
Would you believe me, when I told you that this floral printed blouse is probably over 30 years old? It's one of those few heirloom of my sisters. Jup my sister is nearly 19 years older, so there is one or two vintage things that I inherited from the 70's. I always disliked the pattern, the cut and colours but discovered my love for it recently. The big collar is so significant for the 70's, too bad the designers don't do it anymore. Paired it with a casual denim shorts and some comfy cognac leather sandals. The tealed green blazer gives the outfit that polished touch but it's just way to warm right now ;-)