We all know it already – delicate collars are the new necklaces. They add that something extra special to the most simple outfit (jeans and shirt) and make your shift-dress even more ladylike.
How b-e-a-u-t-i-f-u-l is this one by Ted Baker:
There is something dreamy and relaxed about a floppy hat. You instantly think of the 70ies and picture someone with open hair and flares.
Floppy hats are a stunning and unique accessory for late summer nights and give you a hint that the next season is coming.
Two ways of wearing a 70ies inspired floppy hat look:
The fashion cycle is a fascinating one. For years, it was all about ballerinas. Suddenly some moccasins popped up and all sorts of different kinds of flats.
About three years ago, you were able to find the first pairs of slippers in shops again and now, they are everywhere. Suddenly you meet these comfy, practical and with a hint of masculinity shoes on more and more street style blogs and especially in shops again.
I think that they make a great transition from summer to autumn. They look especially great to cropped trousers. I am already looking forward to finding a pair for myself (I quite fancy the velvet ones).
My picks are the following:
I adore a perfect black tote. NET-A-PORTER has some chic ones and am wondering when I’ll find my perfect black tote… It can’t be that difficult?!
Mulberry – Bayswater
The Row – XL Day Luxe
Wanderlust just hit me. Last week, you read tiny stories about Copenhagen and New York. Today I share some insights on Paris.
The first time that I have been to Paris, was at the age of 19. My aunt traveled there with me for 5 days after I passed my A-levels.
Since she has lived in Paris as an Au-Pair in the 70ies, she was able to show me around some beautiful places. I especially enjoyed the Quartier Latin and the Marais, the jewish quarter in Paris.
Since I am married to an Englishman, I doubt that I’ll be back anytime soon but how cute is this wallpaper from Anthropologie?
…and this fun 3D book…