Winter is honestly one of the most difficult seasons to pick outfits, don't you think? Or at least to pick outfits that keep you warm. While I actually just want to put on 5 sweaters and my thick pyjama pants and cry because I'm cold - yes I can be a drama queen - I decide to go for a look that doesn't make me look like a crazy cat lady. As you might have noticed, I like to combine different shades of the same color, like for instance grey. Today I added a touch of pink with my Reebok Classics Pearl Pack from Take-Off.
Hi you guys, I hope you've had a nice weekend. Mine has been all about looking at furniture and planning my big move to... Leuven! Back to the outfit... I would normally put on lots of pastel or neutral shades, but this time I tried something different: all types of reds. I really love to experiment with color combinations, so I just randomly took some red and pink items out of my closet. Tip: organizing your wardrobe by color makes this super easy.
I don't know about you, but I've always wondered how it felt to be a real life-size stuffed animal. And now I know! When I realised teddy coats were fashionable again, It was just a matter of time until I found a pretty one. This teddy jacket from Zara wasn't exactly what I was looking for - I preferred a coat without a hood - but it was so comfortable that I couldn't resist it. Oh well and you can imagine that the hood isn't only warm, it's the cosiest coat I've ever had.
New season, time for something different. And guess what, I'm going back to my teenage crush: Vans. Dear white sneakers, if you're reading this: I don't want to break up with you. We've all just got to be honest: black sneakers look better if you're wearing black stockings. So when I noticed that Old Skool Vans were taking over the street style scene, I immediately thought "Why didn't I come up with that?!". I just matched black with my camel coat, dark lipstick and that's it. What do you guys think about this look?
What I love most about thrift shops, is that you'll never know what to expect. Yesterday I went to our local Kringwinkel (a second-hand store with furniture, clothing and literally everything you can think about) and while I wasn't looking for anything in particular, I spotted this gorgeous dress. Not only had it the right color, the cut was also very interesting. I immediately thought: if I would ever design a maxi dress, it would probably look exactly like this. But since I'm only 1m60 and there wasn't a size marked in the dress, I already told to myself not to be too enthusiastic. I mean what are the odds that the dress would fit... And it did!! So here it is you guys, my favorite dress from now on. P.S.: I only payed 9 euros for this piece.
Well hello there, I'm Zosia! A 24 year old copywriter, lipstick addict and fashion admirer. Born in Belgium with Polish roots. Fond of vintage clothing, affordable fashion & white sneakers. Oh and I wish I had a dachshund.