Fresh and with an unmistakable bon ton touch, puff sleeves are the key card that makes each look even more trendy. Considered a real must-have of this Spring, puff sleeves seem to have become the ultimate obsession of every fashion maniac. From Negin Mirsalehi to Leonie Hanne, Chiara Ferragni and Gigi Hadid, puff sleeves play with volumes subverting the rules of proportion, becoming the chore of every piece.
Their mood is iconically inspired to the ’80’s, which are the real protagonists of 2019. This revival focuses on typically genderless silhouettes without ever losing, however, their super feminine attitude thanks to the sleeve detail.
One of the most versatile pieces in anyone’s closet, hands down, is a good blazer. It’s the ultimate girl-on-the-go wardrobe weapon. They make the perfect layer to keep in your car/on hand so you can polish off your jeans and tee at a moment’s notice for a last minute meeting. (I’m the same with heels – I always have a pair in the car, just in case!) Not only do they work for any season, you can also transition them for any occasion. I also love the look of belting a long, over sized blazer and wearing it as a dress – the perfect balance of feminine meets masculine – or buttoned over a pair of matching biker shorts for a monochromatic look. Honestly the possibilities are endless!
Power of white
It may sound overly simple and that’s because it is! I tend to wear white like it’s going out of style pretty much year round, but especially during the summer months. It looks amazing with a tan. And gold accessories. And pretty much any floral print you can throw at it. Essentially, it’s hard to mess up a good summer white ensemble
Dress in a different way
As many of you know, I love to wear a chic gown with a pair of sneakers. A statement mini-dress with a custom-made crisp white pair is definitely a combination I don’t mind either. Of course, I do love high heels, too, but I rather wear those with a pair of jeans and a statement top than with a dress. Why? Simply because I love to mix things up. It might not be for everyone, but that’s OK. I’m not here to tell you how to dress like me. I’m here to inspire you and give you some ideas on how to dress in another way than you thought you wanted to dress.