I've never considered jumpsuits to be my thing but let me tell you, I couldn't think of anything better to wear. You don't have to worry what top goes with which bottom and instead you are good to go in minutes (which means less mess in my wardrobe, too).
I've met up with my friend Jasmin for dinner so I threw some black heels and a blazer on and off I went.
Jumpsuit: Zara / Blazer: Zara / Bracelet: Anna dello Russo for H&M / Lipgloss: Tom Ford
Happy Friday everyone! I've been looking for the perfect trench coat for a while now (one which doesn't break the bank and which is made out of light-weight material). After scouting numerous shops without any success I've turned to the blogging world where I came across this amazing trench - Thanks Caroline for the great inspiration (here is the link to her post Pardon my obsession).
I kept it all very casual and just added some animal print accessories to the look.
If you fancy a great read and how to style a midi skirt, go and check out Jasmin's post on What defines us.
There is always something bittersweet about the beginning of September. Even though I'm really excited for Fashion week and London's autumn days are stunning, I'd like to hang on to summer a little longer here on my blog. During our stay in Italy we made a little stop in Rome, which has to be my all time favourite city.
I've been on the hunt for the perfect maxi skirt for a while now and trust Asos to deliver the perfect number. I kept it simple with a white top and gladiator sandals but I also can't wait to pair the skirt with a chunky knit.
Top: Zara / Skirt: Asos (here) / Bag: Chanel / Earrings: Zara / Arm cuff: H&M
Happy Monday everyone! We just got back from Italy and looking back at all my pictures I wished I had taken more outfit pics but I guess I was just too busy enjoying the country and the beauty it has to offer. We went on a weekend trip to Rome to celebrate my dad's birthday and here is my first look.
These Zara windowpane shorts were one of my sale finds and I paired them with a loose cut, cotton shirt.
Rome is probably the most sightseeing-heavy city I've ever been to and in my head I'm planning already my next trip.
Shirt: GAP (similar here) / Shorts: Zara (similar here) / Shoes: Unisa / Trainers: Nike
When traveling I always try to choose something comfy but at the same time try to avoid looking like a total mess so I went for this shorts and cotton shirt combo. We headed for Tuscany and there is just something special about having your first plate of Pasta on Italian soil.