Summer is approaching and I’ll be spending most of it in the city, which I’m quite excited about. Although, we are doing a longer road trip to the Balkans in the end of the summer but that’s another story, I’ll still have two whole months to enjoy Paris before that.
I completed my wardrobe last summer with some great pieces and I can’t wait to wear them (ald also my mom’s old sandals) while wandering around in vintage markets and museums. I swear on white linen and silk during warmer days, as I need to cover my skin completely from the sun.
Blazer and trousers from a friend’s closet
Loafers from COS
Wearing all Céline
I finally got my hands to the Céline SS2013 fur slippers. I was looking for the all black versions in my size for couple years until one day during my lunch break I spotted them at a vintage store window. Even though I love browsing Vestiaire Collective, good old vintage stores tend to have slightly lower prices, plus I hate to buy shoes without trying them on!
Both the shirt dress and sandals will be my uniform during the summer but I’m also quite into the dress/pants combination, so here’s one for the early spring office days.
@majawyh in Raey
I’ve been eyeing for Raey’s white oversize jeans, or actually any jeans from the brand for that matter. The white ones seem highly impractical, mainly for the occasions when you are taking an Uber from one place to another and definitely not for my daily life including a bicycle. But that silhouette just attracts me way too much! I would love to pair them with a dark green cashmere sweater.
Wide leg jean
Fine-knit cashmere sweater
Shirt from Bazuhaus
Lately I’ve been using non stop this oversize white shirt from an Ukranian brand Bazuhaus. It’s made from deadstock cotton and the fit is just perfect; long enough to wear with yoga leggings and short enough to tuck in to flare pants.
Sweater and sneakers from Céline
Pants from Filippa K
Candle from BYREDO
The darker the days got, the lazier I got with dressing up! I wore this outfit maybe every other day in December, because let’s face it, as much as I try to enjoy the winter, I’m trying to make the bare minimum amount of decisions during the days to save some energy. And with a huge winter coat it doesn’t really matter what you wear underneath, right?
I just went to pick up this gorgeous vintage Max Mara wool coat from a lovely old French lady and it will be available soon at Mies. It’s in perfect condition and the color is such a beautiful dark camel.
I found this photo I took last summer before going for drinks with friends. I miss wearing my favorite kimono, I need to plan some winter outfits around it. It’s such a versatile piece, but slightly difficult to wear with coats.
Shirt Comme des Garcons SHIRT, pants vintage