© 2016  by thatstresvogue

  • White Facebook Icon
  • White Instagram Icon
  • White Pinterest Icon

Sweater weather part one

17.10.2016

I can't keep track of time. Can you? November is almost there, I can already feel the morning chills and my closet is not up to date yet. I feel ashamed. I think it is time for me to share with you some inspirational looks. Last summer it was all about retro chic with a touch of the nineties. Put those oversized bomber jackets and overall dresses in the back of your closet and make some space for the very nonchalant chic black and white outfits. This is part one of the winter collection. After this you can start shopping the absolute winter essentials.

The touch of nineties will remain. 'Hello Bootcut' ! The younger generation is not very fond of Bootcut jeans but unfortunately it is time to start accepting the look. I absolutely love the bootcut. It is supposed to make you shrink but even though I am not a very tall person, this jeans does not make me look shorter. Instead it makes my legs look smaller. The bootcut jeans is very retro and feminine. Combine it with a nice blouse and a baggy blazer or sweater. Voila you are ready to go into the city.

 

Finish the look: pumps and golden jewelry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Suede and thighs, always a nice winter match. This dress is simple yet special thanks to the frings. I would not combine it with a sweater or a jacket but rather prefer a cosy scarf that can even be used as a blanket in the sofa. The little black dress can be worn for many occasions. In this scenario I use it as an everyday look to go to school or work. 

 

 

 

 

 

Coming soon: 5 different styles with one little black dress

 

For 'Sweater weather' I did a shoot in the interior designed by online platform Roomin.be. Twice a year they furnish a house as a showroom that people can visit to get inspired. This year it took place in Ghent. I was totally in love with this certain style of interior design.

 

Clothes available at the Freak Out Store Ghent 

Photographer: Vue.Photo

Interior: Roomin.be

 

Share
Share
Please reload