This outfit is very similar to the one I showed you last week. And it’s on purpose because it comes with another suggestion. You can wear something of the same day or a day before but remix it for another event. You could also see it as an exercize on how to take an outfit from day to evening.
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Readers of this site will know that I’m a fan of wearing a short dress over pants. They are also an excellent way to wear your leggings if you want to be very comfortable in your outfit or dress very casual.
I needed a very casual outfit to see my son compete at a tennis tournament. There is no point looking too overdressed on an occasion like that when everyone else is wearing shorts and t-shirts. Still, there is no need to wear those same shorts and t-shirts either, if you like to have fun with your clothes and don’t mind looking a bit different from everyone else. [click to continue…]
This outfit is is similar to last week’s in many ways. It follows the same kind of simple formula. This time it’s trousers (instead of a skirt), top and a few accessories to make the outfit more interesting. I love to add texture with accessories and I love the black and white trend, so it features my trusted black and white belt again.
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I hope you all enjoyed a great weekend and were looking fabulous? I’m showing you 2 combinations of clothes you have seen before today.
This is a simple mum on the go outfit for me although I’m sure that some of you will say this is far too formal for a casual outfit. Since it’s black and white, it looks chic really quickly.
But it’s just a simple (cheap) cotton blouse and cotton skirt, which are old and both from Zara. The black and white ballerinas, make this look chicer, but in the end they are just flat shoes. The black green Heleen van der Meer bag adds extra colour. The black and white belt from Anne Fontaine is the final touch and to my eye it gives this outfit extra polish and allure. It’s also the most expensive part of this outfit. [click to continue…]