Outfits of the Week

OOTW: Outfits Of The Week



For a while, I’ve been playing with the idea of showing my daily looks to you guys in a more casual way. So, I came up with a brand-new series: #OOTW.

First of all, let me point out that these posts will not be replacing my regular outfit posts. It’s just a little something extra. I felt like besides the outfit posts you usually see appearing on my blog (with detailed, high quality and carefully selected photos) it would be nice to add some sort of no-fuss category. Single shots, nothing fancy, just the outfits.

For the first edition I went with the good old mirror shots. I have to admit that it felt a bit weird uploading these low-quality snaps to my blog and to be honest I’m even a bit nervous about it, but what the heck, it might be nice for a change. Here we go!


As I told you before, I’m a bit done with winter so I’m carefully adding a touch of spring to my look here and there. The cropped denim and bare ankles combo is one way to do so!

Wearing: Zara cashmere knit / H&M mom jeans / Steve Madden loafers / Cutler and Gross Glasses


The spring fever got to my head! Going bare legged in February is not something I would recommend, but since I was not going anywhere that day, I decided to just have a little spring party at home.

Wearing: Zara knitted dress / Stan Smith trainers


Stripes and something oversized, always a winner.

Wearing: VILA oversized cardigan / H&M cut off denim / Old striped tee


It got quite cold, so I had to bundle up warm with an oversized knitted sweater and glitter socks to cover the ankles.

Wearing: VILA coat & jumper / &Other Stories cropped trousers / Bronx ankle boots / Pieces glitter socks / Selected Femme bag

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Friyay! Time for something super comfy.

Wearing: Selected Femme oversized knit / H&M skinny jeans / Topshop ankle boots

Do let me know what you think of this new post category! If you guys like it, I’m planning on making it a biweekly thing.

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