A lot of what I wear is planned in advance because a most of the time I really don’t like going to get dressed and having a freak out and taking much longer to put together an outfit then I would have liked. You know, I want to look and feel good in what I wear but I don’t want to spend half a lifetime (exaggeration translated: more then half an hour) getting to that point. But sometimes outfit planning in advance can also have it’s downfalls! When recreating a look that’s already been figured out it’s easy to forget the smallest details and it’s always those details that can quite often make the biggest impact. Take the outfit I’m sharing with you today, when I originally put this together I had added in a beige beanie and a plain white t-shirt to go underneath my navy blue blazer. It doesn’t sound like a lot I know, but like I said, it’s these kind of details that can make the biggest difference. It is an annoying mistake to make but at the end of the day, it doesn’t really matter too much because I still really like the look, hence why I’m sharing it on the blog today. Also seeing this blazer, it reminds me that I need myself a new one for the spring. Maybe in a dusty pink or blue?
I hope you’re all having a great week.
- (old) Etoile Isabel Marant Jacket
- (olD) Reiss Blazer
- (old) Rick Owens Trousers
- Newark Loafers
- (old) Topshop Leather Pouch
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