Dots in Southbank (outfit of the day)

Dots in Southbank (outfit of the day)

These photos were taken just after I moved to London couple weeks ago. I didn't bring my entire wardrobe because I didn't know if we will move for good yet and I also wanted to experience having less clothes.

It turned out that I don't really miss most of my clothes left in Paris because I'm always wearing the same things. I like wearing a versatile black bottom (I bought this skirt a long time ago and I'm never tired of it) so I can add the-color-of-the-day at the top. I'm also not really in fond of patterns unless it's subtle or just on a detail.

I'm not wearing a shirt under my COS sweater but just a Uniqlo warm long-sleeves shirt. I love the Mock Shirts from COS cause it's so versatile and practical. You don't feel bulky under your sweater and you can wear something much more comfortable than a popeline-cotton shirt when it's cold outside. Also it's easier to clean and you don't need to iron it as much. It also gets dirty slower since you are only wearing a collar...

I own a collection of three Mock Shirts and it gives me many other outfits options without cluttering my closet.

// If you click on the photos you'll end up directly to the online COS website.

 

I love pink and I have a really good reason for this : it's very flattering for my ghostly-pale-winter face. Then I added this electric (super warm) blue sweater and I look as fresh as if I slept for days...

Coat Zara (Fall 2016-2017) / Sweater COS (Winter 2016-2017) 100% wool! / Mock Shirt COS / Pleated skirt Asos / Glittery black shoes Mellow Yellow

 

Photos by Veronika Pap

Photos by Veronika Pap

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