It's the 'mix & match' approach. 

How badly I adore outfits that are based on unexpected combinations? Too badly, I would say. Sometimes such an idea of pairing up two, or more, certain pieces flashes in my mind all of a sudden. And I start wondering how come didn't I notice such a brilliant combination earlier? So, I found this Eastern-inspired piece in one of my beloved Riga-based thrift shops few months ago. No, it doesn't seem to be a really authentic accessory and, yes, it's more of a head piece rather than something else. Well, we all know I'm pretty sharp-set for Eastern kind of stuff, so the moment I saw it I knew I'll find ways to pull it within my outfits.


Parallel to the thrift shop find I went for yet another fashion hunting session at my favorite vintage store. The result of it was a blouse with bell sleeves. A pretty trending type of sleeves these days. It doesn't come as a surprise as bell sleeves, both in terms of a blouse and/or a dress, add an element of lightness and charm into one's outfit. Plus it feels like this kind of sleeves will look cool with absolutely everything - pants or skirts, flat shoes and heels, a hat or a neck scarf, denim or knitwear, velvet or leather and so on and so on. Did I mention bell sleeves are all about attracting attention? Just in case that's what you seek.


Speaking of this outfit, my general idea and central point was a bell sleeved blouse of course. So I thought it would perfectly with denims in matching color. Heeled sandals, in turn, seemed to wrap this casual yet air-y outfit. Yet I still thought something should be added to an already total black combination. A detail that could bring it to a whole new level. And I thought of that Eastern accessory. I tried to apply it in various ways, like a head piece, a bracelet and even a belt before I realized it will work best as a necklace. Quite a fresh, still respectful, way to apply such a detail, right? And last, but not least, find here are shades from Zaful.com. Couldn't escape but to add it, especially since it did ideally match the dark blue blazer.


Look of the Day:
Wollsiegel blazer
vintage top
Bakers shoes
Aldo clutch


Photo: T. Egorova


It's the 'mix & match' approach. 

How badly I adore outfits that are based on unexpected combinations? Too badly, I would say. Sometimes such an idea of pairing up two, or more, certain pieces flashes in my mind all of a sudden. And I start wondering how come didn't I notice such a brilliant combination earlier? So, I found this Eastern-inspired piece in one of my beloved Riga-based thrift shops few months ago. No, it doesn't seem to be a really authentic accessory and, yes, it's more of a head piece rather than something else. Well, we all know I'm pretty sharp-set for Eastern kind of stuff, so the moment I saw it I knew I'll find ways to pull it within my outfits.


Parallel to the thrift shop find I went for yet another fashion hunting session at my favorite vintage store. The result of it was a blouse with bell sleeves. A pretty trending type of sleeves these days. It doesn't come as a surprise as bell sleeves, both in terms of a blouse and/or a dress, add an element of lightness and charm into one's outfit. Plus it feels like this kind of sleeves will look cool with absolutely everything - pants or skirts, flat shoes and heels, a hat or a neck scarf, denim or knitwear, velvet or leather and so on and so on. Did I mention bell sleeves are all about attracting attention? Just in case that's what you seek.


Speaking of this outfit, my general idea and central point was a bell sleeved blouse of course. So I thought it would perfectly with denims in matching color. Heeled sandals, in turn, seemed to wrap this casual yet air-y outfit. Yet I still thought something should be added to an already total black combination. A detail that could bring it to a whole new level. And I thought of that Eastern accessory. I tried to apply it in various ways, like a head piece, a bracelet and even a belt before I realized it will work best as a necklace. Quite a fresh, still respectful, way to apply such a detail, right? And last, but not least, find here are shades from Zaful.com. Couldn't escape but to add it, especially since it did ideally match the dark blue blazer.


Look of the Day:
Wollsiegel blazer
vintage top
Bakers shoes
Aldo clutch


Photo: T. Egorova

6 comments

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  2. I love this outfit. Your top is really pretty.

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  3. Very glam with the sunglasses! :)

    And with this kind of glam comes a pair of strappy stiletto heels! :)

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    1. Thank you for all warm words, Natassia!

      Such a pleasure to hear it from you!

      Kisses from Latvia :)

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