I don’t know why (or since when for that matter), but I suddenly have a new obsession with scarfs/bandanas. This Ellos Collection one is particularly beautiful. I love the blue&white combination and the shade of the blue is just gorgeous. It costs 11€, which isn’t pricey. Bandanas/scarfs suit both rock and country style and you can use them next to either casual or formal clothing. They’re great.
It looks like blue is a dominant choice in this post. I love this Shrimps Blue Chambray Floral mini skirt. It costs 68€, but it’s sadly sold out. I don’t own or wear mini skirts, ever, but I would consider making an exception this time. I love the details of the pockets and the entire painting of the skirt where different shades of blue link together and connect with a flower pattern. It deserves to be on the list of my Friday’s five favorites.
I don’t create Polyvore sets with dresses, but I definitely believe every woman should own as many beautiful dresses as possible. The clothing is easy to style and it brings out a woman’s figure beautifully. That’s why I decided I need to give a shoutout to the Balmain Contrasted Crepe sleeveless mini dress. I once again don’t like the fact that it’s a mini dress, like I didn’t like the mini skirt … But I like the blackness and the gorgeous lines. They’re created with a good understanding of a body, they just flow through the dress. It’s sold out as well.
I love John Lewis’ clothing, which you might have noticed, because I often use their items in my sets. This Miss Selfridge Petite Gingham Shell top costs only 26€ and is an item from John Lewis. One of my favorite colour combinations is the black and white, so this seems particularly like my stlye. I also like the dots. I can imagine styling this top next to either white/black formal pants or a casual pair of jeans. Both works, that’s the beauti of it. Plus, your figure will look fabulous, because even though it’s a tight item, the pattern “hides your insecurities” a bit.
The last item I picked are these gorgeous heels and I’m ending the post with style and a … Big price. They cost 615€, because they’re Jimmy Choo’s, but you can find similiar heels far less pricey in other “simple” shops, so no worries. I love everything about these shoes. I love the nude colour, the heel isn’t too high, the posture of the shoe itself is gorgeous and the ankle strap won me over. I love ankle straps on high heels, so I truly can’t find a mistake with these shoes.