Wednesday, September 04, 2013

LOTD :: Neutral Ultra-Lux

"Neutral Ultra-Lux"


HAPPY HUMP DAY! To all my Fashionista's out there.

For today’s look of the day I decided to go with a neutral approach in the sense of using pieces that are considered as neutrals on the fashion world and accessorise it with warm tone jewellery pieces to create an ultra-lux chic look.

We start off with a leopard printed tee by Topshop that has somewhat of an urban feel to it because of the front design.  I pared this with my trusty off white high rise tailored shorts which are Vintage GAP.  I wanted to create a polished look so I tucked the top into the shorts and belted it with my Vintage Salvatore Ferragamo two toned leather waist belt.  To add even more polish I went on and wore my taupe cuffed sleeves structured blazer by ZARA Man.

On bottom, I went with my New Look nude patent lace up oxfords to elongate my gams and create a more streamlined silhouette for the bottom part.
For accessories, I went with warm toned jewellery pieces via a tribal spearhead necklace by New Look followed by a simple analogue watch by ASOS,  a spike bangle by Topshop and my Accessorize belt style clamp bracelet.  I felt that the look needed rings to I added a few by Topshop and ZARA.
Lastly, the chosen bag to go with today's pairing is my Primark structured flip clamp studded handbag to tie into a very neutral look of the day.  

That's it for today’s LOTD and until the next time…FASHION IS THE DICTATOR OF TASTE! ...XOXO...

====Outfit Breakdown====

Taupe Cuffed Sleeves Structured Blazer :: ZARA Man [SALE].
Leopard Printed Tee :: Topshop [SALE].
Off White High Rise Tailored Shorts :: Vintage GAP [Hand Me Down].
Two Toned Leather Waist Belt :: Vintage Salvatore Ferragamo [Hand Me Down].
Nude Patent Lace Up Oxfords :: New Look.

Necklace :: New Look [SALE].
Watch :: ASOS.
Spiked Bangle :: Topshop.
Belt Style Clamp Bracelet :: Accessorize Rings :: Topshop & ZARA

Bag :: Primark.



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