This is not how you do a proper outfit post, but I guess it’s the only thing I have to offer. I wasn’t wearing super exciting stuff. Mostly comfortable and slightly warm stuff, because the weather wasn’t amazing and I had to walk all day long. (Also my fashion style isn’t that exciting probably?) Anyway, I’ve seen much worse on fashion blogs, so this might do. (That’s the spirit..)
#1 – I made this picture in a super fancy bathroom somewhere.
leather jacket, a small shop in Essaouira // sweater, urban outfitters // blouse, ? // jeans, silence + noise // shoes, nike
#2 – A colourful door from an office in Shoreditch.
turtle neck, mango // skirt, h&m
#3 – Not a mirror-selfie, but a sneak peak into an upcoming post! (I just didn’t have pictures of what I wore this day and then I found these my mom made of me). HOGWARTS!
blouse, urban outfitters // cardigan, pull&bear // jeans, american eagle outfitters
I love the Alexander Wang x H&M collection! I haven’t been this excited about one of H&M’s collaboration collections in a long time, in fact, this is the first time I strongly consider standing in front of a H&M store at 6AM to get my hands on one of the pieces. (Or is it better to try to buy it online? How do you do this? I have plenty of experience buying tickets for festival that are quick to sell out, but I have no idea how it works with clothes!)
Let’s talk about the Dries Van Noten Spring/Summer Collection 2015. I’m by no means a fashion expert, I just look at clothes and form a very uniformed opinion. It’s mostly just me loving a lot of clothes, and disliking a few. I seem be pretty positive about a lot of clothes on fashion runways? I mostly love the really weird and typical runway clothes that some people find ugly, not necessarily because I would wear it, but just because that’s way more interesting than what I wear on a day to day basis. And I love the pretty basic clothes – that’s probably actually really boring – just because minimal things can be really nice and I can easily see myself wearing it. Or something. I’m mostly just really uninformed and pretty positive about a lot.
I do love most of Dries van Noten’s stuff. I remember being in Antwerpen and walking into a lot of design shops and looking at his clothes in awe. (Super expensive designer shops are always weird because I feel so out of place, but it’s really nice to look at the clothes and the beautiful fabrics and details, even if I can never afford it. And sometimes those shops are just annoying, because I go in there expecting to see a lot of beautiful clothes, and it’s mostly just boring overpriced stuff..)
In short, I am in a no way an informed fashion critic, but I just really liked the Dries van Noten spring/summer collection.