One trend that stuck for all four fashion weeks was crisp tailoring and denim. Whether it be a bell sleeved white shirt paired with frayed jeans, or mom jeans styled with a power jacket, it was a big hitter throughout the street style pages of Elle and Vogue.
It’s fair to say I have a good collection of blazers, and todays one might be my new favourite. The cut is flattering, sitting just below the shoulders. I was tempted to wear a shirt underneath, but figured the jacket speaks for itself. Better to keep the styling simple, adding my new statement Chloe Faye bag, which I am totally in love with! As mentioned in my last post, ‘real’ denim has been an investment this season and after purchasing black mom jeans it was time to get a pair of washed denim.
Todays look was shot in Paddington, one of my favourite suburbs in Sydney. It’s probably the one of the most European-looking places and is perfect for my blazer/jean ensemble.
In less than two months, Chris and I will be heading to Europe to catch up with friends and family in Italy. Whenever we plan holidays, I am always drawn to that side of the world even though I have so much to still see in Asia and South America. In the interim, I’ve been checking out Pinterest for European street style inspiration for upcoming shoots. I miss short trips to European cities from my home town, and if I was still there I’d be on the plane to Paris once a month with tripod in hand.
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Photo credit to my love, Chris