Wednesday, 11 January 2012
Mint @ 04:23
Star Sheer top-Topshop , Mint coloured chinos-Select, pendant necklace-Christmas Present.
001) Bonjour! I finally have time to get a blog post done for you guys on a new look which is perfect the winter chills and early spring! For the past few days i've been suffering from a random eye infection which has prevented me from seeing properly. My eye is getting better even though at the moment I feel like Elle (without the eye patch) from Kill Bill. So that's the reason why I haven't done a blog post recently. Recently i've started to plan what i'm doing in the up coming months with my friends and boyfriend such as celebrating our lovely two year anniversary which i'm excited for ! And how i'm going to plan out the new clothing brand. Also for those of you who follow my blog page or profile on Facebook you will have noticed I posted my first OOTD video . I will post the link at the bottom of this post so you guys can check it out and let me know what you think.
002) Like most of us girlies , I tend to keep up to date with the latest fashion trends by buying fashion magazines such as More and Company and catching up on what my style icons are wearing .I've noticed quite a few trends that didn't stay long in the summer back again for spring such as the bright coloured jeans.The jeans briefly came back during the autumn season as they were part of the rock trend , however the limited colour choices didn't appeal to everyone.Many retail stores such as H&M and River Island are in preperation for a colourful spring and summer as they have a rainbow selection of coloured chinos and skinny jeans, which I absoloutely adore.
One of my favourite spring colours has to be mint as it is a bright colour , which is very flattering and suits every hair colour. After having one of those days of not knowing to wear I decided to mix and match a classic winter trend ( futuristic ) and the classic spring trend of colourful chinos together for this look. Jacket wise I wore my quilted faux fur jacket as it's still freezing. However if you're in a slightly warmer location than I am , I would wear a coloured blazer such as a camel , beige or black as it would still draw most the attention to the coloured bottoms. Shoes wise I wore my studded loafers however if you're not a fan of these particular shoes you can wear some brogues. For a night transform like most of my outfits I create there's not much of transformation so just change the jacket to either a blazer ( if you haven't worn it already during the day) or a leather jacket to add a bit of edge to the outfit. Shoes wise don't want to wear a heel above the ankle as it wouldn't work with the cut of the chinos so I would advise wearing a wedge heel.
The first OOTD video (click to play video)