it has been a busy week so far and time is running by. We had our “newborn shoot” today although Emilia isn´t a newborn anymore but since we had been on lockdown after her birth I don´t have any professional pictures from her and that was totally taken care of today.
So for today´s post I am rounding-up a ton of my real life looks I didn´t come around to post on my blog. I am planning on sharing a lot of fashion content again as the weather seems to stay great and we are allowed to everywhere again so the backgrounds hopefully change soon.
I love to share my everyday style with you and they are read by a lot of you guys. They have the highest weekly views among the other posts so I keep posting them.
With the unpredictable Spring weather these days it definitely is a smart move to bring a jacket with you whereever you go. But what piece to choose when a denim jacket or a leather blouson are to cool or not matching your needs?
A trenchcoat is the answer. It is no wonder that the Burberry trenchcoat has existed with big demand for decades. It is a classic jacket that matches every lifestyle and need. It pairs perfectly with your everyday business style and looks gorgeous paired with a pair of jeans and a t-shirt. Classy or casual – your average trenchcoat can do both.
And since it has been so popular there are tons of versions out there at every price point. I got mine from H&M years ago and still love it a lot. The coat itself has such a playful feature and that would be the flared skirt part.
Not only does this look great with dresses and skirt but also with a pair of pants. I styled my trenchcoat on this day with denim and leopard print and to round-up the look I added one of my beloved hats.
Do you guys have a trenchcoat in your wardrobe and if do you wear it and love it?
In the 90´s known as Canadian Tuxedo a double denim combo is again instyle. I personally didn´t like it in the beginning but I am a fan now. You can totally dress it up or down which I didn´t think was possible.
For my “Canadian Tuxedo” style I have worn a dark jeans with a light denim shirt but not buttoned, as I paired it with a cute print shirt underneath.
To combine it with a pair of sneakers would have been my everyday go-to style but worn with a pair of white satin mules it definitely looks chic.
My style has definitely changed since being quarantined but I am trying to dress up as often as possible. With restrictions being lifted it gets easier to go somewhere but it still is kind of strange wearing masks as entering a store and also not being able to meet with people.
Are you a fan of all over denim or just one piece per look?
I love pleated skirts. They have something so feminine and flowy to them and always look classy and chic. I have quite the collection and love adding new pieces.
The pretty piece in the picture above is from H&M from the Richard Allen x H&M collection (I also have the dress) and it is THE skirt for day and night.
So for this look I wanted to dress it down as I was at home for the day with our baby girl and only went for a walk later where we took the photos (I am so happy when we can go out gain cause at some point I need a location change for my photos).
To dress down the skirt I went with a white graphic tee (I have been loving these lately whether they have a print, a writing or a band across) and a pair of flat sandals. Pairing a graphic tee with a skirt (whether it is a pleated skirt, a leopard skirt or a leather skirt) immediately dresses it down and totally adds that coolness factor to chic pieces.
It is a holiday over here tomorrow so if our mini boss allows it I am going to shoot some beauty and hair posts to have ready for you next week. As we spend so much time at home this is the perfect time to practice your hair and make-up skills when you are tired of watching Netflix.
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