Outfit – frilled sleeves and fringed jeans for #LFW day 3

Today I have my third fashion week look for you, which we shot in Notting Hill which might be the most colorful area from London. In contrast to the colorful houses I went with a black and white outfit, as usual, but for some girly vibes I put a flower strap on my light pink bag, which fitted perfectly to the Notting Hill vibes in general. For some contrast to the girly accessories I decided to go with fringed slightly destroyed jeans which look super cool but are incredibly uncomfortable., but you know: Beauty knows no pain. When it comes to shoes I decided to go with my beloved Gucci loafers, I think you have to see them more often in future looks as well, but they are just too perfect. In addition to their perfection I always like to see items in different looks, because let’s be honest, who wears items only once?

Ok especially in the fashion industry you always feel the need to constantly buy new stuff and to constantly wear new items instead of wearing the same blouse in 5 looks in a row. For me that’s on the one hand the perfect excuse to go shopping but on the other hand I think it’s not very honest. Because the usual person wears their blouses or other clothing items to different occasions and with different outfits, that’s why I am trying to show you my stuff more than once. Furthermore that’s something I really like on other blogs as well, but that’s something I miss from time to time. Okay for shoes and bags I of course see them more than once on other blogs, but for blouses for example I often see them once and never again. So I am hoping to show you my sweater as well again, not only my shoes, ok let’s say I am working on showing it in another look as well, because working means I am actually doing it, and hoping means that I most probably never going to show it to you again.

Also as much as I love shopping and buying new stuff, I sometimes am really scared when I notice that I feel like I have nothing to wear when I have at least 30 blouses, 15 pairs of jeans, 20 sweaters and so on (I am afraid I probably own more than I estimated here…), that’s a ton of clothes, so why do I feel the need to buy new stuff all the time? I think I need to clean out my closet very soon, and just give everything away I really don’t wear, and after that I need to try out new combinations with the stuff I already own. Of course I still want to go shopping from time to time because every women I know loves to shop from time to time, but I don’t want to feel like I don’t have anything to wear when I have a closet full of clothes anymore. So let’s start working on our view on fashion and start to combine our clothes in new ways to get the most out of the money we spent on them.

Ok I didn’t plan on writing about consumer behavior or stuff like that today, but I just felt like I need to say something about this topic, so I thought, why not write about it in today’s outfit post.

Get the look

Sweater: Zara (similar here) | Jeans: Zara (similar here) | Loafer: Gucci (get here) | Bag: Ted Baker (similar here) | Strap: Orsay (similar here) | Coat*: OASIS (similar here)

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