It seems that polka dots are a lasting trend in fashion. My polka dots top is more than a year in my closet but I didn’t know how to wear? Now, I have found my personal style and know as dots look best on me.
It was a process until I realized that a clear and straight style works best for me. Since then I feel to 100 prozent comfortable and confident with my wardrobe.
Polka dots top by Tk Maxx, Skinny Jeans by One Green Elephant, Blazer by Chloé, Bag by Via Repubblica
Last year I bought a leather jacket from Massimo Dutti and while I wasn’t sure at first whether it fits my style (I prefered blazer and cardigans), I’m so glad I did! A leather jacket can be virutally worn with any and everything and you can style it romantic or rocky, the choice is yours!
Adding a splash of colour, it’s spring after all! Corderouy pencil skirt from Stefanel, opaque tights from Wolford, shoes Pretty Ballerina, marine shirt from Esprit and sunglasses from Chloe.
Same jacket, another gorgeous spring day in Wimbledon: Pleated wool skirt from Stefanel, ankle boots from Goertz, jumper from Antoni & Alison.
Soaking up the first rays of the year in Richmond in Pepita Capri trousers and a bright yellow cotton jumper. Woven handbag: Falorni.
This weekend at TK Maxx, we saw so many nice handbags and could not decide which ones to buy!
The below handbags are from Fiorelli and look just like the iconic style bag “Marcie” from Chloé (see Rebel’s post on the style bag).
With a price tag of just £35, you saved £665 compared to the orginal from Chloé.
Chloé’s orginal small Marcie handbag
My favourite: This brown lovely is from French cult label Lancel and is a great autumn buy. At a price of £199, you would not buy three at once but it still is a bargain compared to the orginal price!
Lancel ad in Paris featuring BB
Italian label Sofia C makes lovely handbags of great quality and attention to detail. I fell in love with this pale pink straw bag, great for every day in the city and the neutral colour is easy to combine
How cute is this? Mini straw bag from Ungaro