I have not bought shoes at H&M in ages but these 3 flats tick quite a few boxes for ideal summer wear: the white fabric ones are perfect under jeans, the maroon slides with the different shaped straps would liven up any plain black outfit and the black suede with the tiny heel are both pretty and comfortable enough to wear for a night out.
So, that lovely Massimo Dutti dress from this post unfortunately turned out to be one for the ‘total miss’ category: due to its shape it simply looked like one giant sack on me, despite the size being correct.
First I thought ‘Oh yes!’, then I felt ‘Not so sure now…’.
When a dress ticks all the boxes: cotton, adjustable waist, pockets and criss-cross straps.
I am heavily into decorating the house with prints at the moment. These would make great additions.
On Wednesday I took my mother-in-law to see the highly anticipated Jan Taminiau Reflections exhibit at the Centraal Museum in my hometown of Utrecht. The website advised to buy tickets online and they were in fact sold in time-slots. I can see why: it was very crowded and it was quite a feat on my side to get my shots without any visitors in them.
There are two people to blame for this out of character purchase: Brittany Bathgate and Alexis Foreman. They both wore this exact same dress so wonderfully on their Instagram (and without the belt as well: so good!) I had no choice but to succumb and try it myself. And I must say, it is not only ‘just in’ but also a keeper.
So lovely to see Elaine Irwin in this editorial.
I have recently started following a lot of Korean Instagrammers due to their very pretty, minimal and light aesthetics. Unfortunately they never seem to tag the brands they are wearing (is this a cultural thing I wonder?) and even if they do, the brands are never available in this corner of the world anyway.