We are having lovely spring days lately here in Madrid, you can walk in jeans and a shirt/t-shirt for most part of the day but for the early morning and at night something like a trench is needed. I’m so happy with this weather, not too hot, not too cold, it’s my favorite!
I’m wearing: Ray-Ban sunglasses, The Kooples shirt, Topshop dungarees, Burberry trench, Chanel flats and bag.
Today i’m wearing one of my favorite dresses ever. I’ve had it for a couple of years now, and I can’t stop wearing it like crazy. Besides another (fancier) LBD this would be top on my list. The fabric though is thick so it makes it perfect for fall/winter/spring, but summer is a big no no with this dress. What I love the most about it is the versatility. When I saw it in the store immediately tons of outfit ideas starting flowing through my mind, and it was clear to me it would be a great investment. Over two years later, i’m so happy I did, it has become my go-to dress whenever I don’t want to think too much on what i’m wearing (which is pretty often by the way). I have worn it with flats, heels, boots, wedges, you name it, and of course it looks great with any type of tights for winter, and almost every coat I own. To me that is the first characteristic that defines a great garment: VERSATILITY.
I’m wearing: Ray-Ban classic wayfarer sunglasses, Sandro dress, The Kooples leather jacket and Chanel both flats and bag.
A lovely sunny spring day! I’m wearing a very simple/comfortable/relaxed outfit today.
I’m wearing: Ray-Ban classic wayfarer sunglasses, Fruit of The Loom sweatshirt, Claudie Pierlot jeans, Chanel flats and handbag.
You can get similar jeans HERE.
As a huge Godard fan, I am deeply inspired by his movies and his muses. A while back I posted about Jean Seberg, now its time to talk about Anna Karina. She married Godard and starred in a number of his films. I can’t explain the love I feel when a movie has good wardrobe I can relate to, and most of Jean-Luc Godard’s films (maybe all of them) have this characteristic. Her wardrobe as you may observe in the pictures above is extremely feminine and almost childish quite similar to Seberg’s. Of course its the 1960’s and that was a main characteristic in fashion at that time, but it’s more than just the clothing or hair or makeup, it’s the way of moving, gestures, voices, small details that this women he picked for his movies had/have that make the whole aesthetic of his films so much more appealing than any others of the same era.