Here’s → my skirt again! And as I promised you, this look is completely different than the → official “Witchcraft” look. I know, the skirt is still a statement piece, but I hope this outfit shows you how you can easily downdress it to a very casual style – even with sneakers (which is something I’m kind of digging right now…)! :)
I don’t even have more to say than: go for it! ;) I’d be so, so happy to see at least one of you wearing my skirt – so if you buy it and style it, please let me know! :)
Here’s my second look from the Marina Rinaldi x Stella Jean collection. I promised you an outfit that’s a bit more simple before I show you the last one, which is very (very!!!) colorful. :) The skirt’s print is definitely one of my favorites of the collection and it is also available as a coat. It was hard to choose because you know how much I love coats, but I went for the skirt and decided to show a bold look which I think works for many occasions, even though red is a very bright color. ;)
Little P.S.: excuse my annoyed face in some of the pictures. It was horribly windy that day but I was ready for the shoot and wanted to finish it. The wind tried really hard to stop me by ruining my hair, the amazing cut of the skirt (and how it falls) and my mood, but I didn’t want to let it win… Well, I persisted but it was absolutely impossible to make a video. Sorry ’bout that!
Finally – here’s the look I wore to my best friend’s wedding! :) It’s been a tough decision between many looks and I’m still super happy that I chose this one. I think it’s just perfect for a wedding, since the colors are light and cheerful, the floral print is a classic, and it’s still in some way casual enough (thanks to the simple shirt) and doesn’t catch too much attention. I just had to wear flats because of the unsteady ground (the wedding party was also outside) and went for → my own wedding shoes, the flat Chanel pearl sandals, which also looked cute with the outfit (and matched the pearl earrings). ;)
And yet another stunning dress from Scarlett & Jo! I’m so happy and thankful that – as a brand ambassador – I get the chance to wear and show you so many beautiful dresses! I’m truly a fan and lover of the brand and proud to be one of the faces of S&J because this is a plus-size brand that actually celebrates diversity and femininity, they celebrate all figures and women and create clothing that lets us all shine even brighter than we already do. ;)
I have to prepare this post before the weekend (it’s Thursday now!) because I’ll spend it in London for an epic photo shoot event (well, now that the post is online it’s over already, and I’m sure it was awesome and of course I’ll write about it as soon as possible!) and all I can think of right now is that I’m super excited to meet so many different women of all ages, sizes and heights, and I know that we will all look amazing in S&J. :)
But let’s talk about → this dress now – it’s definitely my favorite of all times (even though I love the 2 in 1 dresses). I’m a huge fan of transparency and this blue mesh layered piece is so, so beautiful! It was pretty windy on that bridge at the harbor where we shot this outfit, so the skirt part is flying a lot, you have to remember that this isn’t the normal look (it got pressed against my body so much that you can even see my catheter and pump tube, haha!), but even like that it looks so lovely. The lower part actually has a loose cut and falls beautifully and flowy, you don’t need to worry that someone will see what you’re wearing underneath. ;)