Bank holiday weekends are the best and because I don't want me or you to waste time on planning what to wear, I made a little bank holiday weekend outfit itinerary .
As you have probably guessed by now, both of us are big fans of this colour, that is deemed to be the girliest of all of them.
I have been waiting for weeks to see the results of the new clothing line Rouje by the parisian icon, blogger and model Jeanne Damas. Not to mention the girlfriend of the designer Jacquemus. The collection consists of flower print dresses, tuckers, mini skirts and flared jeans. Like the dream vintage pieces you have not found yet. Whats not to love?
Every fashion month Ada Kokosar, the New York based stylist and consultant, is one of my street style highlights. Her outfits are experimental but not crazy and always always show her personal style. She never looks like she was just dressed by a designer to show off a new collection.
I already mentioned my excitement for the brand Beaufille, but I think it deserves a closer view as I am convienced this brand has an exciting career ahead.
Since planning my wedding, I've been loving looking at picturesque inspiration on Pinterest, watching sophisticated shows such as 'Say Yes to the Dress' and 'Don't Tell the Bride' and picking out bridal looks at fashion shows. This season has been no exception.
To pick ten looks from PFW was quite hard as I am sure I could have picked over hundred! But well, that would have been a bit too much to put on the blog...
Because Annie is more of a minimalist and I am more of a maximalist, we thought it'd be interesting to see how we would style the same garment in our own personal ways. Only this time, the first time, it didn't quite work.