Happy Sunday loves! What is your favorite thing to do on Sunday? For me is spending time with my family and of course eating haha!
All-white outfits are one of my favorite kind of outfits to wear. It instantly adds an elegant and sophisticated vibe in my opinion. In this outfit, I decided to make a fancy jacket a bit more casual by wearing jeans. I paired it with my Chanel espadrille for sporty look.
Sometimes all white outfits can be hard to pull off. Wearing all white is super scary I mean we are all one laundry day or coffee mishap away from a disaster am I right? Despite all of this, I know that wearing head to toe white outfit can be tricky. My solution is to break up the whites by mixing different shades, fabric and textures. To add some edginess, but still keep the look sporty and relaxed. Accessories are another way is to play up with your outfit and give the monochromatic style a fun update.
All white trend is one of the hottest looks why because it’s super fresh, easy to style, and counters the black on black look with cool white tones to wear in the sunshine. How to wear the all white trend starts with the basic principle that you’re wearing white all the way through your outfit, from head to toe. From there you can really experiment with a range of textures, lengths and layering.
The key to pulling off the all white trend is by adding contrast to your pieces. By mixing different tones of whites and creams in your outfit, you can make sure your white out look stands out!
Jeans: Topshop Top: Zara Bag & shoes: Chanel espadrille Jacket: BCBG
Ruffles and bows is absolutely everything. These cute and feminine touches are accenting everything from purses to shoes lately. A little ruffle goes a long way to style with almost anything. Details is just perfection and when you have something like a ruffle, it’s feminine by itself. You don’t need all-over ruffles.
All you need is a ruffle at the bottom of a skirt or dress or across one shoulder on a blouse. And it has been seen on everything from skirts and dresses to blouses and even shoes. It will definitely carry into fall collections any other season.
Keeping it simple can take you from office to cocktail party to even something like denim ruffle tiered skirt and a tiered blouse. It cab add a little bit of a modern accent to an outfit. They feel the most fresh in neutral colors. I feel like an all-over ruffle can be romantic, but a single ruffle is more modern. It is a show-stopping ruffle because it’s more dramatic. It adds a little bit of volume but still looks sleek. Best of all is effortlessly pulled together.
Trousers: Zara Top: Thelotfashion Bag: Chanel Sunglass: Dior
Palazzo pants are super wide-leg, loose, flowing pants that were super popular back in the ’60s and ’70s. As most trends tend to do, palazzo pants have recently made a comeback… a pretty big one. It’s impossible to go on fashion blogs or even Instagram without seeing at least one fabulous blogger wearing palazzo pants in a glam, yet completely effortless.
Palazzo pants have an incredibly simple shape, but wearing them isn’t so easy. Because the silhouette is dramatic—long, loose with an extremely wide leg that flares out from the waist—you need to balance it out with just the right add-ons.
However, Palazzo pants are amazing because they’re so incredibly comfortable. With the right styling, they can work for cold weather, but they’re really ideal for warmer weather because they’re so light. Surprisingly, palazzo pants are also very versatile.
Outfit: Theloftfashion Sneaker: H&M Bag: Chanel Sunglasses: Ray Ben