Now that Spring is (almost) here, it is time to start a little bit of shopping. How about starting with the Trench Coat trend? The trend was seen on several runways: Celine, Maison Margiela, Valentino, Alexander McQueen, Loewe, Max Mara, and Dries Van Noten to name only a few.
Winter is coming here. Unfortunately, most of us can’t work from home; which means we have to get our asses off the bed, get dressed, and above all, we have to dress work appropriately. This can be a huge undertaking when it’s 0°C outside and when it’s dark when you get out the door. You know what I’m saying?
But just because it’s dark, and cold, and raining, and realllllyyyy difficult to be a responsible adult (ugh!), it doesn’t mean we have to go through all that unstylish. Right? So here are some looks that you can get some inspiration from for the next 2 months of winter – probably 3 if you’re Belgian 😉
Trench coat and pant suit
Nothing revolutionary, but boy it’s pretty! And classy. And empowering. I don’t know why, but anytime I wear a trench (or a long) coat I feel way more confident. Don’t get me started on the pant suit… And if you want to protect yourself from the cold, the coat will definitely do the trick.
Have you recovered from too much eating (leftovers included), drinking, and not enough sleep? 🙂 I hope your first week back to work/back to school was not too hellish!
After over the top outfits and fancy accessories from NYE, I thought it would be a nice idea to go for a more understated look. I’m a girly girl, and If you read some of my previous posts you know that I ❤ ❤ ❤ sequins and glitter. But right now, after all these shiny looks, all I long for is a minimalist, simple, and comfy look in neutral tones. And what’s more comfy than a cosy knitted sweater? 🙂
Second installment of the SS15 trends, and I thought it would be great to write about the fringes trend… Just in time for Coachella 😉
During the fashion weeks, fringes were found on the Céline’s and Proenza Schouler’s runway, here I will show you pieces that you can probably find more easily (and, if you’re like me, that you can afford!); namely pieces from IKKS, Essentiel Antwerp (yes, yet again), Diane Von Furstenberg, and March23. Fringes will be found on jackets, bags, and even shoes!
First, a nice jacket in loose velvet leather from IKKS. You can also find this jacket in black, but I think it looks great in camel.