Last week article was about my role as a creative director of a recent photoshoot I worked on.(Read here…) The week that followed was time to return all the garments to respective designers and PR houses.On the same day, I also had a meeting for a new project I will be working on. If everything goes as planned, will probably be the biggest task I have ever set myself to do…So stay tuned to find out.
After the meeting, we shoot some pictures of my outfit with an iPhone by the way.Though, most of my outfits lately have been all about work comfort.Complimented with ankle boots and a sparkly one in this case.
I was recently offered this male oversized sweater which I have been hooked on since.It is an easy fit and the faux leather on the sleeves adds a sleek finish.Worn with an old but goody high waisted patched jeans, then a sleeveless denim jacket was added to seal the street is chic look.
Ps: Another alternative for the Not-so-keen on heels will be a traditional pair of trainers for a more casual look.
Jacket:(Gap Past season) Splurge on this Alexander Wang or save on Signature 8
Jumper: Try this Robert Rodriguez or Bailey 44
Jeans: here Monki or try these 7 for All Mind Kind
Boots: Zara/Try these Sigerson Morrisson or splurge on these Balenciaga
When attending an important meeting, it is essential to look our best. Whether it’s in a creative industry or corporate world and as Tom Ford once said: “Dressing well is a form of good manner”.
I had a meeting in Canary Wharf which is probably one of the most corporate places in London. And as a creative, it’s important to let my personality shine through everything.
I wore this Leopard prints top and red bottom which is a combination that never fails. As the blouse was sleeveless, a navy fitted blazer was added to smarten the look for a more work-appropriate style.This outfit could also be worn for a day out or an evening event.
What I will suggest if you aren’t confident enough to pull red trousers is to wear a burgundy pencil skirt or trousers. which is a mellow down but still a colour touch. To conclude, the accessories are optional, a black clutch or even no scarf at all will still keep the dynamic of the outfit.
So,I would like to know how confident you will feel about rocking red trousers for your next outing.Share!!
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Top; Gap /Splurge on this D&G or save on this Theyda cami top
Blazer; Zara /Splurge on this Theory crepe blazer or save on this Bohoo
Trousers; Uniqlo/Splurge on these Givenchy or save on these Dixie
Bag; Try this straw and textile from Laredoute
Scarf; Try this Arlette Ess from Wolf&Badger
As we are getting into fall and its grey and darker tones, I realised how much we love Summer because Summer is colorful. It is one of our favorite season of the year because it offers us more options in terms of clothes and styles to wear……. We are allowed to push our boundaries. Some people are scared to do so, but me I live my summers like a flower bomb. Yes, I think summers without colourful prints aren’t summers at all!!!
I wore this midi skirt and the printed shirt for a lunch, on a lovely rooftop, with a friend. It was a sunny afternoon and I wanted to feel beautiful in color. This skirt has been a favourite for years as the possibilities of styling it are endless.
The skirt is made of cotton with flower prints that remind me of the multicoloured cotton midi skirt from Prada, which sits high on the waist before falling to a voluminous hem. The orange bright shirt is adorned with the cutest little white tea cup and made of cotton as well.
I will admit that when it comes to style, living in London really help me to push boundaries, without feeling Over The Top and I love it. Because I just feel ‘ME’, I feel like being a grungy biker on one day,an Afro chic video vixen on another and an electrifying pattern killer lady on most days.
Shirt – GAP (Try this) /Skirt – Market /Shoes – Guess
Wearing orange with orange,how risky! But I like to think we are all unique;some in a creative ways, some in other ways. View Post