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! :)
Shirt: H&M Divided
Skirt: persona by Marina Rinaldi
Last week was full of events and meetings and one very special photo shoot – I was just too tired (and lazy, to be honest…) to do my Monday outfit post. That’s why it’s coming today – I hope you don’t mind. ;)
At least, the outfit is something new and unusual – me wearing a skirt and sneakers! How did this happen? :D To be honest, I originally wanted to wear this look with yellow ballerinas and it looks cool too, but then I realized that it was time to do something different again. That’s why I went for my super old adidas sneakers (unfortunately, I don’t even remember the model name) and I love the casual style of this look.
P.S.: That’s my new hair – the next “more blonde” appointment is at the end of May. ;)
Yeah, I’m currently doing a few series, I guess. There’s not only one piece missing in my Marina Rinaldi x Stella Jean trilogy but I also still had this amazing crop top from H&M’s last designer collaboration in my closet waiting for spring – so here we are! :)
Even though we’ve been fighting a lot for plus size acceptance (in fashion), crop tops are still an issue. I totally understand if it’s simply not someone’s taste to show your tummy, but it’s also important to accept if someone wants to wear cropped clothes – and yes, this also includes fat women. Because there’s no such thing as “this is only reserved for skinny girls”. ;)
I liked many pieces of the collection with Kenzo but this print was my favorite, that’s why I bought two pieces with it – this crop top and, as you already know, → this dress. I’ll definitely be wearing the dress again this spring/summer because it’s so light and easy to wear, but this top is also super cool and will be a great addition to any other skirt or jeans. We already had a few warm days here but it’s currently super disgusting outside, rainy and cold, and I really hope that the sun comes back as soon as possible – I can’t take this bad weather anymore!
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!