E’s lookbook ‘Black and flares’


Blazer: H&M


Flares: H&M

Brogues: Deichmann

Bag unknown

Bracelet unknown

A baseball top worn with a black oversized blazer, half flared denim, black brogues and black cross body bag.

How not to be scared of flares.

Flares always make a statement in any outfit. I do need to be in a mood to wear them as they always draw the attention of passers-by. Living in the era of skinny jeans any other cut will be noticed especially the opposite one. But this time I think I have cracked it. I do not look like taken out of the 70-ties. Whether it is the baseball top or the oversized blazer or the hair pulled back. I do like the look.

E’s lookbook ‘On a roll’


Earrings: Primark

Coat: Primark

T-shirt: Select

Dress: Patauchka

Boots: Dune

A brown faux suede coat worn with a mustard colour T-shirt, brown dress with pom-poms, brown boots and pom-pom, yellow earrings.

More styling of brown coat.

Cost per wear is getting already smaller on the brown coat. A useful item to have to wear with the 70-ties revival in fashion. Neutral colour that has got endless possibilities when it comes to styling it. This time I have used a summer dress with this fabulous pom-pom fringing that moves with every step. By using a mustard colour T-shirt I have transformed it into a skirt. Colour matching boots for that autumnal feel and pom-pom, yellow earrings to add movement on the top half of the outfit.

E’s lookbook ‘Winter pink’


Coat: Primark

Blazer: Primark

T-shirt: Brookhaven

Trousers: Primark

Trainers: Topshop

A white, puffer coat worn with an intense pink trouser suit, monochromatic sneak print trainers and monochromatic T-shirt.

Styling pink trouser suit.

I have already done this colour combination in the past. But since I want to get as much wear as possible from my favourite clothes I want to give those trousers another spin. While purchasing the pants I could get a matching blazer. But the cut and the quality were questionable so I have opted out. And imagine that, about a month later I have found in a charity shop a blazer in a matching colour in a more flattering cut. Now I have a trouser suit. To give it casual feel I have paired it with trainers. Not plain but monochromatic sneak print. And to replicate the monochromatic feel I have chosen black and white, street vibe, basketball T-shirt.

E’s lookbook ‘Stripes’


T-shirt: Betty Jackson

Trousers: H&M

Trainers: Vans

Bag unknown

E’s lookbook ‘Nautical’


Top: Hobbs

Trousers: Primark

Sandals: M&S

M’s lookbook ‘Dragons’


Glasses unknown

T-shirt: Stussy

Shorts: Adidas

Trainers: Adidas

M’s lookbook ‘Lots of patterns’


T-shirt: Tweested Soul

Shorts: H&M

Trainers: Nike

E’s lookbook ‘A/X’


T-shirt: Armani Exchange

Trousers: Primark

Plimsoles: Primark

For an informal barbeque. Easy and comfortable. All black and white, but full of patterns.

E’s lookbook ‘An overkill’


Blazer: H&M

T-shirt: Ringspun

Trousers: Toxik3

Bag: Warehouse

Boots: Primark

It didn’t take me long to decide whether to buy the trousers in the charity shop, for a fraction of the price I’m having an over the top trousers that I will wear in this and in the next season. Silver and gold are everywhere. I have paired them with a T-shirt borrowed from my boyfriend with the same copper-gold and silver design. A plain black blazer and black boots with a golden heal, because why not? And a golden clutch bag.

M’s lookbook ‘Baseball jacket’


Jacket: Printmonkey

T-shirt: C

Jeans: Primark

Trainers: Nike



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