These fashion posts are becoming almost like a monthly fashion forecast, where we talk about what outfits look good with others, and then we figure out whether or not we’ll be able to wear them now or in a few months when the lockdowns are over. On a positive note, our wardrobes should be fully stocked with comfy hoodies, baggy joggers and cosy warm pieces.
I’ve always thought that if a person looks gorgeous in their home environment, they pretty much look good anywhere. Your home is normally the place you’re put in the least effort with what you’re wearing, because you’re comfortable - so these lockdowns are great because they’re helping us to learn how we can look effortlessly fly. So do excuse the fact that most of these images have been taken indoors, because of course we can’t go out! Consider this a pre-plan for your future outfits.
So straight up is this gorgeous lilac tracksuit from, Femmeluxe. Yes it is as gorgeous as it looks. I WANT TO DIE IN THIS COLOUR. The tracksuit top is slightly cropped, reducing the slouchy look and trading it in for something more cute. The top also has a hood, so whether you’re nipping to the shops, lounging on the sofa or heading out for a stroll, rest assured you will be lovely and warm.
When I went to Richmond Park, where these pictures were shot, the weather was around 1 degree. So it was COLD AF. So I made sure to layer up with some leggings underneath the joggers, and by doing so I was able to walk around with my trousers folded up, as if it were autumn again. I had on my simple, sporty pumas with my joggers, but outfits like these are so versatile.
To dress this up, I’d wear a pair of clear heels or sandals. To add some edge, perhaps a pair of flat, combat boots or a pair of converse (my fave).
Modern Day Antics
How brilliant are these high waist trousers from Femmeluxe? The slogan ‘Modern day antics’ is splashed all across them which I thought were so fun. I love an adventure and a fun day out as much as the next millennial/Gen Z, so why not express that with a pair of funky trousers!
The slogan is strewn across in black writing meaning that you can wear pretty much anything black with these trousers to tone down the look (if you wish to) as well as to match these busy bottoms.
They’re high waisted and slim legged, so you can still look cute with body suits or slouchy tops you can touch in. I decided to wear a cropped one, again because I’m at home and because I thought this outfit looked subtle and cute.
Wear these trousers all year round to add to your cheeky side!
Red ribbed off shoulder shirt
So if there were any vibe you were getting from this off the shoulder top from Femmeluxe it would definitely be date night vibes. The off-the-shoulder style, giving the shirt a slight romantic touch as it exposes your collarbones and neck area. This plunge neck area is a great area to dress up and add new touches to any outfit, and this top makes it all that much easier. I would style this top with a choker or a body chain. Make sure you add lots of highlighter to this area too. It’s great for adding a touch of flare and dazzle.
Wear a red push-up bra to enhance this area, and be sure to spray lots and lots of your favourite fragrance!
Cropped Denim Jacket
This cropped black denim jacket from Femmeluxe seriously excites me because I feel as though I’m back in the 80’s, an era I seriously wish I grew up in at times. I’ve always wanted a black denim jacket, because my blue one becomes part of my staple outerwear in the summer. I completed this look with a black mini shoulder bag.
I get such kim possible vibes. The denim feel great and unlike most cropped jackets it actually has REAL buttons, although I can’t ever see myself buttoning this one up! I can’t lie that when I put this outfit on I felt a boost of excitement so I cannot wait to wear this out once our lockdown is actually done!
See you next time my loves!
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