All those Vogue years when I was surrounded by the most famous top models, photographers, stylists, hairdressers and make up artists only made me absorb all that like a sponge. At the time, I was overwhelmed by all that and all I wanted was to slip on my oldest jeans and tee but now, every now and then, I love just playing dress up. Not always and not for special occasions, just be as girlie as I can. It's good for the soul. It's called balance. That's what style is all about for me, it is at my service and not the other way around, when I feel like it I use it. Dressing up doesn't necessarily mean having style, I know that, but it is one aspect of it. it is a form of art. Playing with fabrics and textures (here not so much textures), as both pieces are silk ones, but patterns and colours and volumes. Everything is very fluid and soft and drapes over which makes me look like I'm flying as I walk. I love the contrast of the red heels, warming up the whole look, the sensuality of the cold shoulders and the puffiness of the sleeves. I like the sihouette it gives me, with elongated legs. The casual hair counter-balances the polished look. I love being daring and experimenting and not being afraid of making a mistake and I love it when women have the life they want and are not living a certain life because they are afraid.
Wearing : Cinq a Sept Silk Top | 3.1. Phillip Lim Silk Trousers | Attico Shoes