I love colour accents. They basically make the outfit. And since it’s spring time, I thought that a bit of experimentation with colours can be justified. Blue, beige and crazy neon violet? Yes, please.
I went for a cosy outfit as we were going to move around the city a lot and eat with the family. Ballerinas are perfect when you don’t want to look too sporty, but still comfortable and chic. And, ekhem…, this bag! It looks a lot like Chanel 5.22, but smaller, handy and much more modern (or maybe it’s that colour?). Rhubarb purple does its thing; it makes the seemingly washed out clothes looking alive and the whole style energetic. I don’t know about you guys, but this sweater’s sleeves remind me a lot of kimono!
Now, after a marvellous Easter Break, it’s time to come back to the busy hectic life of a fashion designer student. I missed Edinburgh after these two weeks in Poland, however, when I arrived at the scottish airport, the first thing I felt was this very well-known cold seaside breeze, or should I call it hurricane… Being a very chilly person I am, it’s twice as hard, but what would be life without challenges?
Photography by Aleksandra Zielinska / Illustration by me
Knitted jumper & Trousers: Escada
Shoes: Pretty Ballerinas