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23rd February, 2017 | No Comments

I’d like to think my style reflects my personality, like me its a tad bit quirky, sometimes eccentric but always classic. I like a mix of classic cuts, feminine silhouettes with a pinch of rock chick edge. Because of my work, I tend to lean more to the formal end of the spectrum, and being petite I like to wear simple lines so as not to drown my frame. I do however, try to bring in a little creative flair by playing with textures and accessories.
No matter where I’m going, I believe it is important to be well presented, but to also be comfortable and true to myself.

As I was heading out for a girly catchup in London, I opted for this close fit knit in a sparkly metallic yarn from Asos. I paired it with a custom exergerated box pleat skirt, in a gorgeous coated seersucker fabric. This has to be one of my favourite pieces, its an interesting take on the A-line skirt, which I love, and if you’re anything like me (tummy trouble spots) you’ll appreciate that an A-line covers a multitude of sins, or in my case a multitude of cake. On this skirt I particularly like the contrast of the hard leather look fabric, cut into a ultra feminine shape, complete with concealed pockets (you cannot beat a skirt with pockets). To complete the look I’ve added fishnet hosiery, a vintage Ferragamo and of course my fail-safe, classic black heels. I hope this look gives you some outfit inspiration. I’m totally loving it while twirling my way through the fabulous streets of London. Remember there are no rules to style, feel free to experiment, mix and match pieces and bring in interest through textures, colours or prints.

Knitwear -Asos,  Skirt – Custom made design

Shoes – Zara, Clutch – Salvatore Ferragamo (vintage)

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Thanks for stopping by.

Cachet de Carew xxx


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