boots – Zara, trousers – Joseph Janard, raincoat – Escada, bag – Zara, top – Topshop, sunglasses – Chloe, earrings – Indian market
Well now this is officially the last post of me wearing such a light outfit. My flight to the UK is tomorrow already and friends threatened me to take as many sweaters as I can. We’ll see how bad it is.
While this look will be a lovely memory of sunny days in Milano. You might be hearing a sad note and it is sad a little bit, yet I will be back pretty soon!
bag – Lindex, boots – Zara, knitted dress – Lindex , watch – Daniel Wellington
Ohh those last warm sunny autumnal Italian days. I don’t think they are the last ones here in Italy, yet I am going away on Tuesday next week and most likely I will not be back in Milan before Christmas, so that’s it for me. Basta. First stop will be the UK, the next one is going to be Lithuania, as all of you know, none of these countries is famous for a sun overload. However, I will finally get to wear coats and winter jackets! And this dress too, without a doubt. I am planning to wear it for the next few months.
A knitted dress is pretty much all I need on colder days. Together with thick tights, it’s comfier than any tracksuit and it always looks effortlessly great. Which is exactly the goal for everyday outfits, right? Frankly, I think it is very possible that I wear dresses in winter more often than in summer. Give it a try, it will make a perfect sense for you too.
Here I am with the second part of Milan Fashion week snaps. From bathroom selfies to couture lingerie with diamond embroideries <3
1/ Favorite splash of color on my waist // 2 / Italian essentials in between the shows // 3 /4/ Tommy Zhong presentation // 5/6/ Grinko show
7 / Racine Carree cocktail party // 8 / Running around Milan in Mango dress and Escada coat on my waist // 9 / Beautiful interior on via Montenapoleone // 10/ Kenzo x I-D magazine party // 11/ Lor Rive by Lorena Rivero couture lingerie showroom
12/ 13/ 14/ Lor Rive by Lorena Rivero couture lingerie showroom // 15/ 2nd day of MFW, wearing Versace heel, sheer vintage dress with DIY trousers and a Hermes bag
Even if days are still warm here in Milano, you can definitely sense that these are the last ones. There is definitely no need to be sad about this, I am rather excited to take out all the scarves and coats and start to layer up a bit, yet why not to enjoy the mild autumnal sunshine while it is still here and take those flowery prints out one more time, right?