When I was taking photos for this post the streets of Bloomsbury were unusually empty. Usually for a winter morning. But, that didn’t bother me to capture this outfit. It’s may be weird that a black and white combination is such a classic mainstream, yet for me it never had a special place but, this dress from Romwe simply demands for me to go with a black and white outfit. I love it from both geometrically aspect and overall as a shape, and the fact that you can wear it on both day and night occasions.
You can have a lot of pieces of clothing that you love, but it’s not often you get to wear something that is created based after an inspiration from your self. A couple of days ago in my mailbox arrived a package, inside was a red volumes coat, designed by the costume designer Blagoj Micevski, a dear friend which artwork I highly respect.
It’s hard to say that velvet pieces in your closet are not in trend anymore. It is a classic that is especially loved during the festive season, such as New Year’s Eve and all the gatherings.
After a long week of gloomy and rainy days, we had a bit of sun and blue sky on Sunday. For those of you who have been following me for a longer time, you probably know that my Sundays’ are reserved for brunch. The location for this week’s brunch was in one of the nicest and most photogenic neighborhoods in London, Notting Hill. Lately, I’ve been wrapped up in darker colors, when I saw the sun I decided to wear some lighter colors and break the monotone.
It’s cozy, warm and essential. It’s the most important fashion trend of this season. That is the oversized sweater, a piece that everyone which likes a piece of clothing that has the epithet trend picks, and style it with the ultimate classic: jeans, pencil pants, skirts…