Salazar In The GardenPosted: June 27, 2022 Filed under: Clothes, Style Imitating Art | Tags: blue, brown, brown spectator shoes, floral waistcoat, navy wide-leg pants, style imitating art, white, white lace top 1 Comment
For this week’s SIA, inspired by Carl Larsson’s “Karin at the Shore“, I knew I’d wear this floral waistcoat, as it’s perfect for the flowers in the painting – in fact, I think it even features the same lilies as the painting! For the rest of the outfit, I didn’t want anything too dark and heavy (it is the summer, after all), but I did want to reference the woman’s dress in some way. In the end, I went with this white lace top and navy pants, because if you look closely, there are white lace trims on her dress. The shoes were, I admit, an afterthought, so I just picked what went well with the outfit rather than referencing the painting, but this pair is neutral enough so they’re all right. All in all, I’m quite pleased with how the outfit turned out.
If you haven’t send me your outfits, you still have until tomorrow, and don’t forget to come back on Wednesday to see how everybody did!
Clogging ItPosted: June 4, 2021 Filed under: Clothes | Tags: beige clogs, blue, brown, navy high-waist jeans, white, white lace top Leave a comment
It comes as a surprise to me that the 1970s is as much a source of sartorial inspiration to me as the 1940s and the 1950s, but I’ve been loving the midi-skirt-with-boots look in the fall/winter, and this summer, my new obsession is clogs, such as this pair that I recently thrifted. The woven design makes them less clunky than the classic clogs, they’re more like normal sandals, but they still have that “clog” look with the wooden soles. Plus the colors make them really versatile, so I’m excited to wear them a lot more in the warmer months.
The One That Got AwayPosted: June 5, 2020 Filed under: Clothes | Tags: black, black culottes, black loafers, white, white lace top 2 Comments
My style has changed quite a bit since I first started discovering it, but one of the things I’ve always liked through my style changes is Edwardian-inspired fashion. I’ve never met a broderie anglaise top that I don’t like. I’ve bought so many straw hats, even though they’re super impractical for me. Show me anything white and trimmed with crocheted lace and I’ll be itching to get my hands on it. And one of my earliest pin on Pinterest is this top from Shop Ruche, which, sadly, was too expensive for me back then and was soon sold out.
So imagine my excitement when I saw the very same top at one of the second-hand shops I recently discovered. I mean, what are the odds, right? Luckily it is my size (you don’t always get so lucky with thrift stores), so of course, I snapped it up right away. I can’t wait to wear it more!