Autumn has blown fallen leaves into my life and I am inspired for the autumn and winter fashion and street styles. But here is a recap of my favourite summer outfits. Feel free to comment on which one you loved best.
So yes, I am born somewhere in the early 80ties so there is that question… is someone that was born in the 80ties still suppose to wear crop tops? It’s a question I ask my self year after year when I buy yet another crop top. But then I think okay how do i feel in it? How do I look? Will I hurt someone’s eyes? Tell Anna Del Russo she is too old for the trends she not only follows but actually start!
What should determine the cut off for cut off’s?
In my opinion if you still have it, and you are comfortable( also important) then you should go for it- in classy way…For example with the crop top outfits I did not wear hipster pants. Instead I went for high waisted pants or high waisted maxi skirts .I did not wear short mini skirts and I if I wore shorts it was also high waisted and with the short not too short. I think I got a classy and fashionable handle on the trend I don’t think I tried to look like a 17 year old plus did feel like I looked like me.
My favourite outfit was the ZARA summer dress. This dress made me feel like Carrie Bradshaw. It’s was a feminine and soft look and the dress was cool and I liked the length.
The Porto Cervo outfit was a last min change , I wanted to wear long white slacks. I had such a nice tan that I rather went for the shorts. Coming from South Africa, there is always an opportunity to get a tan in, even in winter. My eggshell white skin is the result of constantly covering up here in Europe . But I had a bit of an Italian tan so I had to document it. Plus how gorge are these Alexander Wang slides?
If you would like to see the more photos of the outfits here are the links:
- Burano & Pintrest’s most pin hat
- Porto Cervo & the Runway Trend Im loving
- About Venice
- Florence, my Favourite summer dress & the must have belt
- Lets dance in the streets in Barcelona