Let me start by saying that of my last 5 Zara orders I kept exactly zero pieces. It was just that bad. And so I actually went into the store last week to see if that would help: seeing the clothes with my own two eyes first and trying them on then and there.
As of writing not yet available but I am pretty sure this linen blazer at Zara will go quickly. H&M actually did a very popular beige linen blazer last year, every other blogger had one in fact, but I found it to be too stiff and too oversized to look good on me. Perhaps this one will be different?
The idea was for me to go look for acrylic trays on the Zara Home website. And then I got sidelined by their homewear section, in particular by this 4-piece linen set ( I say ‘set’ but the pieces are all sold separately).
These look amazing but as per usual, the wearability/fit may be an issue. Or am I the only one to worry about toes popping out at the sides? Anyway, as of writing they were not available in my size yet and Zara actually also recommends to size up in them so…hmmm.
Pretty sure these are not going to be all that comfortable but they do look pretty.
So I have this happened to me before: I spot a pair of earrings I would normally never buy for the sole reason I am really very minimal when it comes to my jewellery. But on occasion I do like to jazz up a very minimal outfit with some earrings that stand out more so yes, no harm in buying some high street items just for that. Like these ones from Zara. They would go perfect with a simple black blazer/black trousers combo, right?
While I am still on my, now very extended, no-shopping-sabbatical I did go and browse the Zara website just now to keep up with the offerings for the warmer season to come. I am not all that excited to be honest.
Not sure how practical this wooden bag would be (I mean, does it even fit a phone?) but as far as design goes: too cute for words.
Love this whole get up: this type of chino dressing is completely my style.