I will start creating and sharing mood boards as I feel they’re so inspiring.
A nice way to get those fresh new ideas…I hope they’ll inspire you too…
This is a very simple styling, just the way I like it. I feel many times that you don’t have to make a big fuss to be noticed.
By using nude heels you will elongate you legs which is a clever way, and I just really like the way it looks. Definitely a good investment.
Matching the slightly edgy skirt with a casual long sleeved top and some nice accessories, topping off with a colour popping bag.
Good to go.
If you live in London or you’re going there for a holiday, go and have a look.
In a city like London where you’ll see your share of rain, a fun, fashionable umbrella is a must!
I am completely in love with mine because of its head turning shape and the chic tassel. The one in the photo is the cream version of mine, I only found a black one. It’s designed by Lisbeth Dahl.
I’ve seen sad broken ones walking around, square ones, massive golfer sized ones. Well pretty much every kind. But I think we forget to use it as the accessory it actually is. What’s the difference from getting a wearable pair of shoes, a matching bag…don’t forget the umbrella it can ruin a look just as well as anything else in your outfit that doesn’t not fit or has a good quality.
I think if I didn’t feel completely happy with this one I would have gone for something printed or even better bright red!
What’s your thought?
Ok so now I’m going to give you my thought on comfortable fashion. My very first article mirrored my thoughts on the ever over taking fashion of Leggings and how I wish ladie’s would find comfort in other types of clothing, it is very much possible.
In the picture on your left you see the ever so popular legging fashion, and many times it is matched with a top that is much to short and then this with semi sheer leggings showing of todays choice of underwear. Not very classy. And many times depending on season I see either worn down sad Uggs or Converse in every type of condition. If this is your choice of comfort try to at least keep your clothes up do code when it comes to state. No rags please.
Personally I would go for the picture on your right. These trousers for instance have no buttons or irritating uncomfortable seams. There’s only one zip on the side. Ballet flats keep it feminine but more comfortable than heels. The top is silky and loose, non fussy but still chic. Add a little bit of bling and you’re good to go.
Honestly it is that easy to keep it comfortable but chic.
And if you’re like me and like dresses and skirts, well that ladie’s is oure comfort!