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I’M WEARING A SKIRT!

Black and white never fail me. Even though I tried to wear a little bit more ‘colour’ lately (blue and camel tones that is), I always get back to wearing my trusty old black and white combinations. Also something I always go for: leather jackets, chunky boots and Ray Bans. But skirts? Usually not very […]

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DENIM AND STRIPES

Denim and stripes. If you’d bump into me on the streets these days, you’d probably see me wearing an outfit that looks like this. Slightly – or in this case: VERY baggy jeans – a striped top and easy going shoes. Usually sneakers or ankle boots, but this time a pair of strappy, heeled (!) […]

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DOUBLE DENIM

Double denim. Not sure if I’ve ever shown a double denim look on the blog, but I have to admit it’s a combination I wear pretty often. Mostly black and grey denim, but the blue double denim isn’t a combination I avoid, especially now that I’m more and more into blue denim in general. So […]

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THAT TRENCH

One of the benefits of the weather changing from super sunny to well.. slightly less sunny: being able to wear the trenchcoat that has been hanging in your closet for a while. Yay! I love pairing a bit of an effortless chiq classic – like that trench, or that cute little bag – with a […]

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LOOKING FOR CONTRASTS

Contrasts. Somehow I’m always looking for contrasts in my outfits. In this case: wearing a pencil skirt with sturdy leather combat boots and a leather jacket. But let me talk about those boots for a minute: it’s not much of a secret that I’ve always been drawn to slightly masculine footwear. It’s not that I […]

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HAPPINESS IS SCARY

Happiness. Even though we all have our own definition of happiness – from having a reason to smile will having to smile for no reason, yes, think about that one twice ;) – for most of us it comes pretty natural to be happy. Of course, we all experience the occasional ‘down’ besides our ‘ups’, […]

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