Hi guys! I’m back with another outfit post – this outfit is more of a fall season outfit. Summer is about to end and it’s time for me to start curating fall looks. This is one of many outfit posts to come; This look came to me when I was browsing online to shop for new clothes. Fall is actually the perfect season for me to experiment on my look as there are many item of clothing that I can wear, mix and match. Layering is actually quite fun because you get to play with texture, color, cut and fit.
Here I’m wearing a short sleeve Topman denim shirt, over it I have a Zara denim jacket and to complete the top half of this look, I wear a gray Zara jacket over the denim jacket. For the bottom half of it, I have on a pair of Topman trousers and a pair of Superstar 2 sneakers by Adidas Originals.
Denim shirt and trousers – Topman | Denim jacket and Gray jacket – Zara | Superstar 2 sneakers – Adidas Originals
Wow! Zara’s fall winter 2015 collection is absolutely stunning and it makes me rethink about my fall wardrobe inspiration. This season, Zara takes us back to the 70s featuring clothes with a more elegant vibe. The color palette for this season is more earthy that compliments the structure and cut of the clothes. Even though most of the layered items are of the same colour, they somehow flow fluidly and thus producing a cohesive and sophisticated look.
My picks: trench coat, denim jacket and turtleneck sweater
*images via zara.com
I’m still alive!
Hey guys! I want to apologize for being MIA for almost a month – last month has been such a busy month for me, from school to work which left me little to no time to blog. August will be a little better for me as I only have finals to write and after that, I’m done with the summer semester.
This look was shot a couple of months ago but hey better late than nothing. This is actually my first time wearing an all white look and truth be told I ain’t hating it. What I like about this look is that it’s not too flashy and in your face kind of situation. To not make it not so plain, I wore my THPShop Bound Cuff and stacked it with my silver Caravelle watch. This look turned out great and I definitely will be wearing more whites in the near future. Also, a pair of white ripped jeans with basic white shirt is a great alternative to this look if you’re looking for a more edgy vibe.
Now, there’s nothing to be scared of when it comes to floral prints because when worn in the right way, you can look good in it. It’s always good to remember that when it comes to prints you don’t want to overdo it and just let that piece of clothing be the star of the look. The last thing you want to do is look like a walking flower garden. To balance the feminine vibe from the shirt, I paired it with a pair of black ripped jeans by Zara to make it more edgy and to compliment the entire look, I wore my new Aldo boots. Also, if you want to make it a little bit more casual, a black backpack is a good option – in this case, I have my Fjallraven Kanken backpack.
Shirt by Forever21 Men | Vince Boots by Aldo | Ripped Jeans and sunnies by Zara | Kanken Backpack by Fjallraven
NormCore (Normal + Hardcore) seems to be the latest trend and it’s not stopping any time soon. This outfit is my take on NormCore – I wore my basics and incorporated a few statement pieces, such as my THPShop Cuffs and my latest purchase Givenchy Obsedia bag. The point of NormCore is to stand out in your everyday basics without standing out (if that makes sense). What I love about this trend is that it’s easy, effortless and casual which is perfect for the summer. Since ripped jeans are making a comeback, I’ve decided to DIY what I already own, in this case my Topman Limited jeans to make them look more edgy and fun. To complete this look, I wore my crisp and white Perry Ellis shirt as well as white Adidas Superstar 2 sneakers.
Obsedia Bag – Givenchy | White Shirt – Perry Ellis (Similar, Similar) | Ripped Jeans – Topman (Similar, Similar) | Bound Cuffs – THPShop | Superstar 2 – Adidas (Similar, Similar)