As this spring is so unpredictable at the moment all over Europe and not only, we might think that we have to postpone wearing cute and fancy outfits. But that’s not the case if you have the right tights from Laura Baldini. The Modella line helps you stay stylish and warm while shaping your body in order to achieve that perfect silhouette. Depending on the area that you want to shape and model, they have four type of tights in different colours and densities. I was wearing here the Modella ones in black that slim the tummy area and also the thighs. This way I could wear my new short and tight dress.
Can you imagine that we’ve already arrived at the middle of the week? I know most of you work at the office and indeed, sometimes it gets lonely having to stay at home and not having a closet packed with office clothes, but I still wanted to show off a really cute office look that I personally would wear to work !
Since my Manfield shoes have a 70s vibe to them, I thought I should add a more feminine touch in the upper part of my outfit, just to sweeten the deal. Now these shoes can be worn in many ways and you can definitely play on the masculine style and wear them with a pair of pants, in a suit..you know, go full rogue in that direction. But here, I wanted to build a softer look. The shiny leather is quite an unique touch to the shoes and the thick heel makes them a comfortable pair of shoes that you can actually walk in and stay all day at the office. Add a pencil skirt, a pair of tights and an envelope clutch and you’re good to go for this Fall !
One of my favourite sessions from last year has finally seen the light of day on my blog. I have published plenty of pictures from this particular set on Instagram in recent months, but still you ask for more 🙂 I love playing with form and light, and thanks to such experiments pictures can take on a much more artistic aura. It seems that massive cuboids enveloped by the rays of the summer sun have stimulated my creativity… I was curious to see how the female silhouette would play out against the background of such fascinating geometric shapes. The results certainly turned out to be very interesting!