Anyone who knows me, knows what an experimental buff I am; I never stick to one style-mood for too long and love to try different approaches on how I style myself. That’s probably what helps me most in keeping up with trends and keeping all you wonderful readers updated with my newest obsessions.
This time around, I chose two very distinct looks from a high-street multi- designer portal I’ve been drooling over the webpages of for a while now: Stylista. Keep reading and you’ll see what I’ve got in store for you!
With the first look I’ve put together from Stylista, I aimed at creating a stylish 70’s vibe, and yet, a clear explanation of one of the biggest trends currently ruling the ramps. What am I talking about? I’m talking about the retro wide leg pants, crop top and the idea of mixing prints (my current fav!) With the black and white look, I thought that the flap-back and green details was the perfect combination. I chose to keep the look minimal with accessories and an out-of-the-bed hair look.
With an easy-to-breathe feel to the outfit, I would recommend you wear this look together, or team it up as separates for a casual yet chic look. What’s more? You can always add a dash of a formal tone to it with a solid coloured blazer. I would recommend a pink, blue or red one for a monochrome look like this.
Let’s face it, we all have those days when we’re bored of too much colour. This particular wardrobe phase of mine reflects just that (in case you didn’t get the hint with monochrome and nudes) I wore this stunning high-low dress with my rope-Gold flats to give it a very comfortable and easy look. This is a look I would easily sport to a day out, at work or even bling it up with a statement neckpiece and wear it for a night out. Depending on your style sensibilities, you could probably throw some neon into an outfit that’s neutral in colour, like this one. I, however, have been feeling rather metallic, and so I chose to go for gold danglers with just a hint of black.
This sleeveless piece easily makes it to my favourites’ list of looks I’ve sported on the blog so far, with it’s easiness on the eyes and its’ stand for “less is more”.
Until next time, xA