My fashion journey started quite early, thanks to my mum. I have gone through a series of phases in which I really couldn’t be embarrassed by because it is part of the journey. My interest set off and evolved when I started to see style as a confidence booster. It started with screenshots from Instagram styles, to fashion bloggers, the likes of Ada Oguntodu and Freddie Harrel progressed to watching youtube videos, then to my own blog. Today, I am fairly in and out with keeping up with trends. Not only because I see it as being a follower of all but also because I feel you aren’t being yourself I mean being creative.
I am a little late on this short jean trend but pardon me, I didn’t want to jump into it without been intrigued by it, besides the ’90s was the main inspiration so I had to.
Waking up early to having to dig around in my closet, trying to decide what to wear isn’t at all a pleasant thing for me so here are the tips I use for planning my weekly outfits:
- Get an idea of how your week is going to be.
- Take screenshots of outfit ideas you find and want to try.
- Set a time if that works for you: say night to the next day or during the weekend to plan and try on what you are going to wear.
- If you do subconscious planning which I don’t advise, get a plan B by keeping your essentials close by.
- Be committed but nonetheless it’s okay to change if you aren’t feeling it or change of vibe.
- Alternative: threw in an extra look when planning.
- Open-minded with allowing yourself to touch up with accessories if it deems fit.
Location: Open Coffee Place Simferopol, Crimea
Fun Day T-Shirt
Random Store Shorts And Bag
NEVER UNDERESTIMATE THE POWER OF A GOOD OUTFIT ON A BAD DAY.
PS: The shorts were formally culottes I got from a random store but decided to cut it since I already owned more culottes.
Comment below, do you frequently plan your outfits in advance or wear anything as the week goes?