Excuse me the lighting and setting and everything. I just wanted to take some pictures of my favorite pieces of clothing, and it was night and I had to take back school's DSLR the next morning. Took it like medicine, horrible in a hurry... I've made the backdrop myself in a textile course, it was back when Dior Couture had THAT Hokusai inspired dress and I was in love with it (still).
This shirt has been one of my favorites for a long time, and I still wear it occasionally. Thanks Grandma for collecting me clothes! The Mulberry belt (10 e) is such a quality piece that I've become really picky about belts. There are so many crappy belts out there. Did you know that Mulberry started out as making belts? Me neither.
I can't wait to wear this silk dress! Maybe I'll wear it with share to the fringe trend - a bag (3 e?), also bought in the boho-days, that is so weirdly wonderful that I don't even know why I don't wear it daily?! I know that MM6 is boredom and overpriced, but good for me that I got it for little over 100 euros, and boring is cool.
Look at the print! Birds! I love this light blue viscose dress (6 e), I'd pair it with 40 denier black tights, metal belt (8 e?) and black leather purse (5 e?) to make it more street credible. I bought the dress from my favorite jesus second hand-place, where I've found pleated, new wool Cacharel skirt and Hermès scarf. Someone is letting go of their French pieces and making me happy.
This shirt is is a classic white shirt (7 e) with numerous twists, and what I like is that it doesn't end up looking tacky but rather aristocratic. The vintage bag (15 e) is gorgeus up close, like the shirt is better when on. It's lined with the same light peachy satin the attached coin purse is made of.
Half of these were bought from Fida that is in 1,5 kilometre walking distance. I haven't visited it for a really long time, I guess I should soon. I love that place, my favorite Ivo Nikkolo blazer is from there, and it's the place that made me fall in love with used clothing. You see, I had nothing better to do when I was younger, and apparently nothing has changed, except the number of shops I visit.