While waiting for tumblr’s hiatus to come to an end I spotted some Massimo Dutti goodies! A crocodile leather clutch which I actually think would be a nice affordable alternative to the much coveted Celine and Comme des garcon pouches. I seriously consider adding a long leather strap for a more convenient wear.
The blucher shoes resemble a Zara model from spring that I missed and deeply regretted. Ballet flats are a classic, but this fall I tend to gravitate more than ever toward skirts and a more masculine pair of shoes seems only aproppiate.
I guess I’m more of a tomboy at heart!
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A thought on street style
“This girl could not move more than two metres without being stopped and fifteen photographers gathering around her to shoot. It must have taken her about twenty minutes to walk fifty metres. And this is no unusual sight in London either (and I’m sure at all the international fashion weeks). As I watched her approach the entrance to the show where the PR’s and other overly-photographed guests were standing, she casually just stepped aside- took her camera out, and joined in the fun.”
The streets – by Emma Hoareau from Lolita says so
(check her blog to read the rest)
My search for the perfect little black dress is finally over! What a relief! I’ve struggled for years to find that kind of dress that’s able to get you out of those “I’ve got nothing to wear” situations, but I was never satisfied with the options available. Neither too fancy, nor too plain, The Kooples version encompasses everything I’ve searched for: almost a straight cut, airy fabric, flirty lace details and wearable, so so wearable! I’d wear it with a navy or khaki trench coat and a leather rucksack for day and turn it into a completely different outfit at night by throwing on a biker jacket or a boxy camel wool coat.
The Kooples dress, Porselli ballet flats, Oscar de la Renta Ella brocade boots and YSL Belle de Jour clutch