This week me and my boyfriend have spent 4 nights in Paris. I was s u p e r excited, not only we have celebrated his 26 birthday over there, but also got to see such an amazing city for the first time. Paris was always dream city of mine, but I never really had a chance to go there. Apart from the obvious – world-famous landmarks, museums, shopping, coffee and macaroons – Paris overwhelmed us with its beauty. Lucky enough, weather was great, therefore I went floral from head to toe. This must be the last time me wearing it this season, before I go back to my monochromatic Winter/Autumn wardrobe.
CHOOSE THE RIGHT PRINT AND FABRIC
This summer I was loving floral prints, not just any florals, but that romantic kind of florals, nudes and whites. When buying florals I tend to keep the fabrics light and delicate in order to emphasis the femininity of the print. Silks and other delicate fabrics are not only beautiful but also perfect for the heat, not like we get any in England, but we were lucky to enjoy 30 degrees in Paris. Washed out nude colours are currently the ones I look for in floral prints after falling in love with the one I’m wearing in the pictures. My embroidered blouse is from Zara.
In denim, I tent to look for raw-edge denim hems or boyish feel jeans. I style it with a feminine top, which contrasts ripped look. If you want an alternative – cropped hem jeans could be a good option as they are also perfect transitional weather piece. You can pair with sandals or mules while the weather is still warm and switch to boots in autumn.
Transform your look with the help of your favourite jewellery, bags and shoes. In order to keep the balance between casual style and femininity pair the outfit with carefully selected timeless suede boots or mules. When choosing footwear my key is always comfort. Therefore, I always choose trainers or boots.
Embroidered Blouse – Zara
Jeans – Zara
Bracelet – Thomas Sabo
Sunglasses – Ray Ban