Red leather jacket…

shirt local store similar here and here / lips MAC Red / sandals even&odd sold out similar here and here / destroyed denim even & odd last season similar here and here / red leather jacket Only sold out similar here and here / flower clutch Christmas present similar here and here

Hello guys,
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although I am a huge fan of red I have never had a red leather jacket and never even considered of getting one until I saw Cheryl Blossom from Riverdale got hers as she joined the Serpents. That was my aha moment. I never wanted  a red leather jacket cause I thought it might be too much wearing red lipstick and a red jacket but I ended up ditching that ridiculous thought as I always combined what I liked but sometimes I have the slight feeling of holding myself back because of I really don´t know!!!
So here we are today sharing a fabulous red leather jacket with you guys. I have worn this look a few weeks back on a birthday party and really loved it. I wanted the outfit to look cool and sophisticated and I think I got that all right.
 The lipstick I am wearing is my alltime favorite from MAC and I think it is their signature color called MAC Red – just in case you want to know. The embellished shoulder bag I am wearing in this post was one of my last Christmas presents but as I got an engagement ring I wasn´t that interested anymore. Although a really sweet and cute hand bag.
A all black look sometimes is a little deterrent for me cause I love me a good color but from time to time it is just easy to combine with other pieces and totally dinner appropriate.
Hope you guys are having a great day so far. It is my last day at work before our wedding on Friday and our honeymoon starting on Tuesday. So so excited. There are still some little things to manage before the big day but I got it.
Thanks for stopping by. Take care. See you.

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