Monday, 30 January 2012
Thursday, 26 January 2012
|Blazer: Random 10 Euro Shop in NL, Sweater: Mum's Wardrobe, Vintage, Trousers: Zara|
|Clutch: My Dad, Belt: My Aunt, Vintage, Shoes: Bought in China, Bracelet: China, Scarf: Vintage (silly hair sticking out)|
The title is giving you an example, how we planned to present street styles to you. Silly Cologne people decided to dress boring since we started searching for great outfits, but we have the fingers crossed. Still, you will find Name// Age// Dream residence// fashion inspiration (decade, style, designer, brand or icon) in the title.
Tuesday, 24 January 2012
|Top: Cheap Monday, Skirt: h&m, Scarf: local market|
|Necklace: Vintage, Shoes: Strauss|
My style can be described as a mixture of cheap and chic. I often try to combine basics with a fancy centrepiece I find in little boutiques or second-hand shops, so you could say I try to live to a reasonable standard, given the fact that I'm young and always in need of money.
I'm addicted to long necklaces or whatever length they may be, so you will often find me wearing one or two or three...
Mostly I find my inspiration by reading fashion magazines (which can be pretty depressing when seeing the actual prizes of these things!) and then I try to adapt this style to my wardrope, playing with colours and contrasts. Plus, I'm a huge fan of fashion slash DIY blogs as well, also a major inspiration for me and for this project.
One thing that's left to say is that I love to make things by myself, be it accessories or tops. The only thing is that I have no sewing machine, which is a downer but nothing that will keep me from experimenting with fabrics, pearls and pins. It just takes longer but doing things by myself satisfies me all the more.
|Coat: Zara (thrifted), Pullover: local markets + safety pins: DIY, shirt: Only (thrifted), Shorts: selfmade, Overknees: local markets|
|Ring: Primark, Earring: h&m, Shoes: Zign via Zalando, (nearly invisible) Necklace: local Designer|