Busting out the Birks and drop-crotch pants in honour of it (technically) being (almost)
the weekend (give or take a few days). All the while hoping that a fresh white cami, slick
trench and matching neutrals might help this pass as legitimate weekday-wear. Hopefully
it's working, but then again I am way too comfortable to care.
Wearing: Zara trench (similar here) | Camilla and Marc 'Zoya' cami (or budget option) | Bassike pants (similar here) |
Birkenstock 'Madrid' sandals | Sambag sunglasses (similar here) | Alexander Wang bag (budget option here)
Posted on: Thursday, 18 September 2014
Posted on: Monday, 15 September 2014
I am notorious for testing the boundaries between what is workwear and what is plainly
off duty dressing. Case in point: flashing a little midriff in what would otherwise be a
perfectly respectable and straightforward office-worthy outfit. Of course, a simple half-tuck
of the shirt would have worked just fine here, but my current obsession with that triangular
hint of midriff seems to overtake any instinct towards modesty of late. Perhaps it's the warmer
weather, or perhaps my long-time love of everything oversized requires a flash of flesh
to counteract that old potato sack effect. Either way, my current style philosophy seems
centred on the notion of relaxed sophistication, of undone coordination. Because when the
mind is working in overdrive, it's nice to feel a little more relaxed everywhere else.
Photos by Hannah Roche.
Wearing: BC 'Hint' shirt dress (also similar here) | By Malene Birger pants (similar here or here) | Helmut Lang oxfords
(similar here) | Alexander Wang bag (similar here) | Ray Ban Original Aviator sunglasses | Daniel Wellington watch
Posted on: Monday, 8 September 2014
Taking advantage of the trans-seasonal weather patterns and mixing up my day-to-day wear a bit.
Oversized shirts tucked (okay, scrunched) into sleek leather leggings, topped off with draped
masculine blazers and ultra-luxe accessories. Offsetting the oversized with the fitted, the masculine
with the feminine, the luxe with the economical. Life is a balancing act, with the art of getting
dressed for the day being no exception. At least that part can be a little more fun than others
Wearing: Theory leather leggings (similar here & here) | Hope boyfriend shirt (similar here) | Monki boyfriend blazer |
Proenza Schouler PS11 Mini bag (budget option here) | Celine Crepe Cross slide sandals (very similar here) |
Ray Ban 'Outsiders' Oversized Wayfarer sunglasses | Daniel Wellington watch