I was never particularly fond of floral prints until the kimono trend hit last year and even then, it took me a (really long) while before I caved in to curiosity. I suppose that the trick to making it work was finding the right kind of floral print – I found that I was more drawn to larger, bolder prints over sweet, dainty florals (surprise, surprise!). I paired this gem of a kimono cardigan with black denim, and threw on some black leather and my favourite round shades. So much love in an outfit!
My mom has great taste! These beautiful boots belong to her.
Finally, a day chilly enough and not too humid for a sweater! Then again, it has been pretty cool here for the past few months. Thank God it’s the holiday period when I spend my time meeting and catching up with loved ones. Otherwise, I’d probably be spending everyday rolling around in bed, accomplishing nothing (as if I don’t do enough of that already).
I am absolutely in love with this sweater! Another amazing buy from the Three Blind Mice flea. The material is lovely – not too suffocating or too thick, plus, how can you say no to the detail?
I brought these lovely pants out again (from this post). I’m not quite sure how to describe them… plaid-esque/houndstooth/stripe mix? (Is there a word for this? Enlighten me!) I do wish they came with belt loops, though. Either that or that I grow big enough to fit in my pants nicely.
My glasses were missing for the longest time, but I realized that it was just a case of disorderliness on my part. These frames make me look like a confused person, so most of the day, I was walking around looking like a lost sheep. Nothing wrong with that.
I’ve been really getting into plaids lately. My grandaunt was clearing her closet and I managed to snag this from her! It’s a beautiful scarf and I just had to use it in an outfit… somehow. Since I don’t use shawls as headwear, I threw it around a simple outfit in an attempt to make it look a little less casual. Not quite sure if it worked to my advantage but nonetheless, it did make me feel a little more dressed up than I would have been!
The best part about shawls is that they feel like blankets! Or wings.