Last week I shot this beautiful casual pantalon from 2love Tony Cohen! I already had this beautiful pants for a while now but last week I finally had the time to make new OOTD pictures together with Mayk ^^
When I saw this pantalon in the Zalando sale I immediatly had an idea about how to style this pants. Jetset (once a journalistic term for rich people in the 50’s, 60’s that partied and went to big social events all around the world)! Jetset was the style and feeling that popped into my head and I just could not let go of this idea.
And so I styled this pantalo from 2love Tony Cohen in a minimalistic, chic look with a little bit of a luxurious touch.
Right now I am busy a lot, brainstorming about my fashion style. I noticed I am having a lot of cool items which are just not easy to combine sometimes. I can tell you, thats not the way it should be… At least not for me. So I am thinking of maybe getting more straight what my style is. Including making a list of musthave basics and special items, making a style collage and doing some shopping afterwards! One of the things I am quiet sure about is that I want my style to be feminine, chic, fierce and a bit sexy.
With this look I am trying to move toward this a little bit 🙂
I am wearing a pantalon from 2love Tony Cohen, top H&M, jewelry FabMe jewelry, gifted and watch from Fossil, bag from Tosca Blu and heels H&M.
This blogger is super curious to find out your opinion about this look! So just leave me a comment! 🙂
The first Sunday Special is all about Tony Cohen! Ever since my interest in fashion started growing and I got to know more designers, Tony Cohen has been one of my favorite Dutch designers!
Tony Cohen always shows gorgeous feminine designs. His designs are very well made and this designer really knows how to work with different fabrics. As an auto-didactic he taught himself how to design. Amazing right?! His strength is the way he shapes his designs in a way that it accentuates the most beautiful parts of the feminine body. Kim Feenstra once told me in a short interview that in his designs you will feel sexy, powerful and feminine. My guess is that she right then told me nothing but the truth. The designs sure look like it!
As usual I loved the show from Tony Cohen! Ever since my first visit to Amsterdam Fashion Week, a little more than a year ago, the fashion show of Tony Cohen has been my highlight of fashion week. A must see.
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Hi lovely followers,
Sorry for not posting yesterday, I just had to take some more sleep haha. Now I finally feel top-fit again to amaze you with great blog posts about fashion shows and my last outfits! 🙂 Last Sunday, wow that is already a week ago (Time goes by way to fast…) I went to a lot of fashion shows at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Amsterdam! It was a busy busy day and I actually skipped one show since I was super tired and I also had to prepare and do some research about the designer and his previous career and collections for the show from Tony Cohen. Because I went to see this show for my course of Fashion Journalism, that’s why.
At the end I went to three shows on Sunday and all these shows where just amazing! I think I can easily say that one of these shows is my favorite, I just don’t know which one haha.
The fashion show from Dorhout Mees was a true spectacle, with a short film before the show started, amazing dresses and just the perfect background music. The whole ambiance during this show was lovely and I really liked the collection. After the show from Dorhout Mees I went to the show from Tony Cohen. Tony Cohen has a gorgeous and super sweet muse and I actually spoke to her after the show (again for my Fashion Journalism course and hopefully soon to be career). The fashion show was amazing as well, I loved the designs, the fabrics and the use of colors. Last but certainly not least I went to the fashion show from Winde Rienstra, a Frisian Dutchie who definitely has an eye for design. The gorgeous gowns, cork and coconut sky-high heels and a very intriguing Frisian singer as background music. Another show I loved!
Check out the pictures I made after the read more button. Ciao!!
The show from Dorhout Mees, inspired by nature and wood. The first picture is actually a sort of screenshot I made with my camera from the short film.
The show from Tony Cohen, the first picture is the opening look. Muse Kim Feenstra, a Dutch model who won the second cycle of Holland’s Next Topmodel.
Last but not least some looks from the fashion show from designer Winde Rienstra.
What do you think of these pictures and the designs you are seeing? Let me know in a comment 🙂