Layering necklaces is my latest extracurricular activity, what I do in my free time. Yes, you may call me insane, but I cannot resist playing around with different necklace lengths, stack'em up real nice, take a selfie (it's all about that, isn't it?), take them off and then do this all over again. And just like layering clothes, it too can be a bit tricky until you master the right proportions.
Mint sweater, H&M TREND || Trousers, TOPSHOP || Slipons, ZARA (here from TOPSHOP) || Jacket, ZARA (similar here) || Bag, CHANEL
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Saint Laurent hi top sneakers || Wendy Nichol whipstich fringe bag || Theory Montien fringe top || FINDS fringe suede jacket || Paul Andrew Taos fringe boots || DKNY fringe crepe mini skirt
Integral to the ‘70s aesthetic, suede and fringing are two of SS15’s biggest trends. My obsession with the trend has been going strong for years, even before it became the it piece. And how could it not, when it can transform any outfit and make it look so ideal from day to night!
A tassel covered jacket is a trophy piece that works day or night; a pair of Saint Laurent sneakers that include fringe on top are the ideal super comfy piece that however stays away from looking too 'casual'; a mini fringe skirt that’s sliced and diced with the rock ’n’ roll streamers is simply too cool to function. My preferences remained at all-black ensembles, however you can find amazing fringe pieces in so many different colours; alternatively, I'd suggest you go for tan - it will make you feel so in line with your inner Texan child!
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I'm pretty sure that when you see a sequin skirt, you don't go straight into thinking how good of a wardrobe staple that is, right? What about a leather motorcycle vest, or a pair of pinstripe trousers? Even if you don't see it coming, these three pieces can be worn in so many different ways, it would be a pity not investing in them.
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