With this look, Vaccarello presents a multiuse outfit. Either you walk into the office, but know that you will be seen as the revealing fashionista, or with a darker makeup look and combined with some accessories, for a night out. The perfect example to show that you don’t need much to dress well. Matching blazer and skirt with a basic shirt, along with heels and you can’t do wrong. My personal favorite detail: the stripes worn in different directions. A trend worth looking out for in other runway looks!
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It hasn’t been my first outfit post in these Max Mara pants. But I’m sure you know the feeling after you’ve done something and suddenly you know you should have done it the other way! That’s how I felt. But I think that in fashion it’s not about having the newest pieces that just went straight from the runway to the stores. It’s more about reinventing and mix-matching differently than the day before. And let’s be honest, who has got the money for these expensive pieces or simply to get new stuff every day? Surely not a student like me.. I felt like putting a white top together with my Max Mara lovies which makes the look softer than with the peachy blouse I put on in Rome (last look here).
blazer – Zara (similar) top – Bardot (similar) shoes – Bardot (similar) pants – Max Mara