E’s lookbook ‘Minty’


Coat: Primark

Shirt: New Look

Jumper: Primark

Trousers: Primark


Boots: Primark

A brown coat worn with a minty jumper, white shirt with broderie anglaise, black, sparkly trousers, brown boots and a black shopper.

The logic behind the picture

Making the most of the coat and warm weather. This shade of brown goes beautifully with pale green, minty colour. I have added a white shirt to make it crisper. And with broderie angles picking out around the collar adding an extra detail making this rather basic outfit more elevated. Black sparkly, trousers and a black shopper tying it all together.

E’s lookbook ‘Rosegold sequins’


Jacket handmade

Cardigan: Qued

Vest unknown

Trousers: Stradivarius

Flats: Primark

Bak: Kaemingk

Well, when you just can’t wait until next summer. I have just got this rose gold sequined top for absolute pennies and decided that today I’m going to wear it no matter what. To start with the weather is rather cold, so I need to layer. Typically I seem to have a polo neck in most colours , but not in beige. On the other hand, I do have a cardigan in such colour so it had to do. If it is a bit odd to wear a vest over a cardigan, let me tell you it’s only clothes that you take off at the end of the day. To make everything colour coordinated I went with beige trousers and a pale pink tailored jacket, pink shoes and a beige bag. And it didn’t rain today.

E’s lookbook ‘Floral and white’


Shirt: Tu

Trousers: H&M

Sandals: Primark


As you can see the trousers are staying with me. Now I need to try to style them differently every time. So this time a little bit 50ties style with a white linen shirt tied at the waist, big, black shopper and flat, white sandals.

E’s lookbook ‘Violet velour blazer’


Earrings unknown

Blazer: Primark

Top: River Island

Jeggings: American Eagle

Trainers: Primark

Shopper: Gisela Graham

Don’t really care if the velvet/velour is still in fashion. This blazer is perfect for this type of weather, warm, not hot. It has 3/4 length sleeves, so you don’t have to constantly roll them up and it’s fitted so you can wear it over thin garments. I’m wearing it with a broderie anglaise top which makes a nice texture contrast. As I have more time now I’m trying to wear more accessories, hence the earrings and a different shopper.

E’s lookbook ‘Cuff pants’


Jacket: Yashimei

Polo-neck unknown

Jumper: Forever 21

Trousers: Next

Boots: Primark


I remember last spring watching winter fashion shows and drooling over the wide leg, cuffed trousers. And what I have done was to put them on my wanted list and every time I have visited a charity shop I looked for them. As charity shops go, nothing comes specifically in your size or fits perfectly. Same with this pair, I had to do some alterations for them to fit, but the fabric is great and they flow beautifully. For them not to look very office-like, I’m wearing them with a fun jumper and very nouveau riche jacket.

E’s lookbook ‘All leather’


Jacket: Ben Sherman

Top: Primark

Blouse: Monsoon

Trousers: Zara


Shoes: Deichmann

It all has started with this fab blouse that has been handed down to me. I didn’t want to wear it over a black top, so I have chosen a brick colour top, but then the weather forecast was all rain so I have decided to wear a leather jacket and the faux-leather trousers sprang to mind automatically and sensible shoes good for rain and a black bag to finish it all.

E’s lookbook ‘All cream and white’


Earrings unknown

Top: River Island

Trousers: Topshop

Trainers: Primark

Bag: Kaemingk



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