With lots of rain falling out of the skies during my time in Paris I was a bit sad as I really wanted to share at least one of my three outfits with you all. Well luckily when we got out of the Louvre the weather was not too bad, it was quiet dry for a few minutes – after shooting for I think 5 minutes it literally started pouring down -.- …
Last month I had a bit of an online and offline shopping spree and I found so many gorgeous items! Two of them being the top and skirt that I am wearing in this outfit. I am madly in love with these ZARA items as the fabric seems to be from a really high quality! Besides that I really love the fit and the pieces are really easy to mix and match with different styles as well!
So I threw the items in my suitcase and brought them with me for my trip to Paris, which I have told you about yersterday! I really wanted to wear this outfit in Paris as for me personally it felt a bit Parissian as well. Not too complicated, three tones and perfectly in balance and harmony. How the French women seem to like it from what I have seen in Paris and from what I have read about the classic French style. And so we shot this look in front of the Louvre Pyramid… What do you think of my ‘Take me to the Louvre outfit’? Let me hear your thoughts and opinion.
In this look I am wearing my current favorite scarf from I’ll Make You Famous, top and skirt from ZARA, tights unknown, bag FURLA via Designer Outlet Roermond* and my, still favorite, ASOS chelsea boots!
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Today in Holland it’s Liberation day, a day in which we celebrate how we won back our freedom as a country after the second world war. Probably non of my readers have lived through this war but you might have been in contact with other wars or struggles your country has been in. Today I am extra grateful for the freedom given to us by our great-grandparents and everything who fought for freedom during this horrible war. I hope that, who you are, wherever you are, that you are free and that you may enjoy your freedom. That you have freedom of speech, freedom of your thoughts, religion and lifestyle. If you are not, I pray for you to receive the freedom you deserve <3
Now about my look. It’s not rebellious, it has not much to do with freedom except for the freedom to express myself…
A denim on denim outfit this time. A denim jacket with a meaning, my own made up term Sarandipity (Serendipity + Saranda) a koi carp and a lotus flower. The meaning of these symbols together: “Lotus flowers are commonly depicted in tattoos. These flowers grow in a muddy pond but develop into a beautiful flower which is much loved. The lotus is often paired with a koi which can take on a variety of meanings. This tattoo may represent purity, struggle or a change in life. The lotus with the koi may also represent struggle, determination or inevitable success.” Quote
In this outfit I am wearing my personalized denim jacket by Pepe Jeans, a white blouse from H&M with underneath it a blue t-shirt bra from Victoria’s Secret, denim jeans from WE Fashion, bag from VANS and chelsea boots from ASOS.
What do you think of this denim on denim outfit?! Let me know in a comment 🙂
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