I remember my first jewellery hauls at the age of maybe twelve when everything I purchased had to be gold. I didn’t like silver at all at that time. Years later it shifted towards silver and I couldn’t put on anything gold just because I thought it looked cheap. Nowadays I’m kind of getting into mixing the two. Silver and gold together seem so unexpected.
However, in this post I actually wanted to address a new obsession of mine: copper.
Within two months my closet welcomed the shown below sweater and watch, and if I had some spare money I’d go for these Maison Martin Margiela Oxford’s. Too bad I don’t.
/zara, fossil, shopbop
Once again I’m left speechless by what King Karl has designed, even though I question the wearability of these garments in the western world. If only I had an excuse to walk around in beautifully draped sarees with gems accessorizing my part.
Oh well, I guess, Chanel is an excuse, no?
What also really struck me is that white on white combination Lakhsmi Menon is wearing (00:37). How did you like Chanel’s take on Indian inspired fashion?
One of the basics in every womans closet is a white blouse.
For work, for pleasure, for going out or a semi-formal dinner – the white shirt is the most versatile piece a woman can own in her closet.
I’m constantly on the hunt for the perfect white blouse. This summer I was looking for an oversized shape to match my boyfriend jeans, fall I preferred them to be girly with lots of ruffles, this winter I’d like something crisp yet plain to give my sequins skirt a little edge.
Right now I’m lusting over the Monroe shirt by Style Stalker to match with leather leggings and killer heels. Oh and that Zara shirt – tucked into some oversized dress pants paired with a velvety blazer and some brogues. My oh my … so many ideas!
What’s the most versatile piece you own and how would you pair a white blouse?
/asos, asos, zara, stylestalker