For some of us, our style is our highest form of creativity and for that it should never be suppressed. The way I see it fashion is supposed to be a challenge and an invitation. A challenge to try new things and an invitation be bold and leave your comfort zone behind. Posts like this one constitute the reason I love blogging so much, because only here do I get the chance to let all of this out and share it with others. Now that I've shared my deepest truths with you let's get to the look.
Androgynous: in my book defined not as having neither clearly masculine or feminine characteristics, but as having distinctly both. A look I've been wanting to try for ages and only recently manned up to it (entirely intentional choice of words). The first step was to get the only two necessary things: an old men's jacket and a boyish hair look and I was almost set. Then, I turned the Celine shoulder bag into an envelope, went for simple footwear and kept accessories to a minimum, wearing one item only: the raisin and pearl necklace from my upcoming jewellery collection (coming to you soon!). The last step was the most important one: becoming the part, hardening the expressions and standing oblivious to the fact that I was practically out on the street in my bra. I sincerely hope you like this, but most of all I hope you're inspired by this.
Thanks for reading!
GAP snake effect jeans
Miu Miu pumps (similar here)
Celine shoulder bag worn as clutch