E’s lookbook ‘Metallic purple and grey’

Lookbook:

Jumper: C.M.P.55

Trousers: Primark

Bag: Caini

Boots: Deichmann

A grey sequined jumper worn with grey cargo pants, Metallic purple shoulder bag and metallic purple, embellished boots.

Need to find ways to wear these boots all the time. This time I’m wearing them with a sequined grey jumper and cargo pants. I have also rediscovered a bag that I had to take as an exchange, as a shop I purchased something did not have any refund policy. I was drawn to the bag but I had nothing to pair it with, and suddenly I have realised that the boots and the bag are almost the same colour. Which proofs my point that no matter what I will always pick similar colours as I find them the most esthetically pleasing.

E’s lookbook ‘Metallic purple’

Lookbook:

Jacket: Ben Shermann

Blouse: H&M

Skirt: ASOS

Boots: Deichmann

Bag: DKNY



Dear God, how long did I toy with buying these boots? Must be over a year now. I just couldn’t justify the purchase. They are obviously not very neutral in neither the colour nor in the embellishment, but I still wanted them. Now that I have them I will better make the most of them. The first outfit is going to be rather obvious, gather everything in a similar colour and put it together, which I think I have succeeded in. Also leather and metallics seem to go together well.

E’s lookbook ‘Repetition’

Lookbook:

Coat: Primark

Shirt: Monsoon

Denim: H&M

Belt vintage

Boots: Primark

Bag: Rowallan

I always do the same colour combination every Autumn. There is something so classic about navy blue/ blue and tan that I can not resist. Something new: the coat, something vintage: the belt and mostly old: the rest. Very happy with the outcome.

E’s lookbook ‘Autumnal’

Lookbook:

Coat: Primark

Scarf homemade

Jumper unknown

Trousers: Zara

Brogues: Primark


This time of the year again. Getting colder, but still too warm to jump to winter coats. A coat, just a cover-up, a bit smarter than a cardigan, but doing its job is the best answer. This one imitates suede but is much softer. A cream jumper as a homage to the gone summer. Army green trousers and brogues, navy blue bag and a stripy, homemade scarf that brings all of the colours together.

E’s lookbook ‘Red sequined vest’

Lookbook:

Vest: Armani Exchange

Trousers: Primark

Sandals: Primark

Bracelet unknown

Bag; Rowallan

The simplest of the outfits: vest, trousers and sandals. The sequines do all the talking. The colours very classic: red, navy blue and white. Simple bracelet for an extra interest.

E’s lookbook ‘Circles’

Lookbook:

Dress: White Stuff

Brooch unknown

Bag: Rowallan

Trainers: Primark

Is she wearing a broch? Yes. I know, even I’m surprised. The dress has an interesting material. full of round holes and the pattern is circles too. But from a distance, the dress looks rather plain. But thanks to that round, navy blue brooch the outfit gets this tad more interesting.

E’s lookbook ‘Nautical preppy’

Lookbook:

Earrings: Primark

Vest: H&M

Cardigan: Primark

Skirt: M&S

Sandals: Select

Bag: Rowallan

I am very pleased with this look. I have bought this cardigan at the beginning of the year because it looked very preppy to me. I prefer navy blue to black and I have a lot of things in this colour. As I was rummaging through my things I have come across the skirt that I got in a charity shop a long time ago and it all clicked, the colours are spot on. I have chosen green, stripy vest to make it more modern and give it some interest and also because I’m obsessed with green at the moment. The pale gold earrings match the hardware in the cardigan.

E’s lookbook ‘Grey and white’

Lookbook:

Top: H&M

Skirt: Zara

Bag: Rowallan

Sandals: Primark

As the parched landscape behind me shows we are going through unbelievably hot weather. Hence the skirt and skimpy top and sandals. Even in the shade is hot. the skirt is an old goodie and the top was purchased last year but the cropped trend is still strong.

E’s lookbook ‘Fuchsia cardigan’

Lookbook:

Cardigan: Phase Eight

Vest: Primark

Bracelet unknown

Denim: Dele

Trainers: Primark

Bag: Rowallan

Another relict dug out from my wardrobe. A fabulous angora cardigan in a rich fuchsia colour that actually suits my complexion now that I have some colour. I have paired it with my fav navy blue and some white accents including white trainers in which I live this summer.

E’s lookbook ‘Navy and pink’

Lookbook:

Earrings: Self-made

Top unknown

Denim: Dele

Bracelet unknown

Trainers: Primark

Bag: Rowallan

This top was someone’s sweat and tears, not that not all clothes are made this way. This top was hand made by someone and then abandoned and then found by me and quite adored actually. It is that colour blue that suits most people and its cropped, so its perfect for hotter days. I’m wearing it with similar blue jeans and some pink as a statement colour as there is pink in the pattern.

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