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8 DESIGNER SANDALS I HAVE MY EYES ON

8 DESIGNER SANDALS I HAVE MY EYES ON

//1 Oversized Bow Sandals (£345, No21) – //2 Knotted Suede Mules (£300, Celeste, *) – //3 Embellished Metallic Leather Sandals (£580, Miu Miu, *) – //4 Marmont Logo-embellished Leather Sandals (£445, Gucci, *) – //5 Pau Leather Sandals (£285, LOQ, *) – //6 Bow Sling Back Sandals (£671, Prada) – //7 Wedge Platform Sandals (£550, Giuseppe Zanotti) – //8 FF Logo Sliders (£827, Fendi)

It is summer so who doesn’t need a new pair of sandals? Well, I do! In the collage above I have collected 8 designer sandals which I have been eyeing for quite some time now. You do not need to buy designer sandals. I am sure brands like H&M, Boohoo, etc. does sandals as well! This is just inspiration if you like designer brands and want to splurge on a pair of sandals this summer.

If you are into something you easily can slip your feet into, then slippers will be the right choice for you. I have shown some examples at #1, #3 (*), and #8. I think slippers are the perfect alternative to some plain and boring flip flops as they still are very easy to put on but looks so much more stylish and chic! My favourite pair of slippers from the collage above are the ones from Miu Miu at #3 (*) as I think they are super cute and girly!

If you still want some slippers but want to take them to the next level, then it only would be fitting to go for a pair with a heel. I have shown some examples at #2 (*) and #5 (*). A pair of slippers with a heel will take the relaxed look off of your outfit and glam it up a bit. If you are into the more “advanced” pair of sandals, then you might want to take a look at #4 (*), #6, and #7. What I mean by “advanced” is that these pairs come with a buckle so they need a bit more work to put on but they are totally worth the effort because they are so beautiful! I think the wedges from Giuseppe Zanotti at #7 are so cute and would work with every possible summer outfit!

I hope you enjoyed this inspirational posts on sandals, and I hope you found something you liked! Please let me know what pair of sandals from the collage is your favourite! Thank you so much for reading, I hope to see you back soon! xx

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8 DESIGNER BLOUSES I HAVE MY EYES ON

8 DESIGNER BLOUSES I HAVE MY EYES ON

//1 Ruffled Cotton-Poplin Top (Ellery, £480) – //2 Contrast-Collar Fitted Blouse (Guild Prime, £125, *) – //3 Pussy Bow Silk-Satin Blouse (FRAME, £305) – //4 Frill Trim Top (Blumarine, £448, *) – //5 Off-The-Shoulder Lace-Overlay Bandage Top (Hervé Lédger, £760) – //6 Cropped Silk Wrap Blouse (Diane von Furstenberg, £270) – //7 Asymmetrically Cut Blouse (Silvia Tcherassi, £440) – //8 Lace Floral Blouse (Saint Laurent, £2135, *)

In my opinion are beautiful and interesting blouses a must in every wardrobe! They do not need to be from designer brands, this is just to show you some of my favourite designer blouses right now and to give you some inspiration if you want to splurge. Baby blue and baby pink are some of the colours I adore the most, which you might be able to tell from the collage above. These four blouses would all look stunning stuffed into a pair of wide-leg trousers like these from ASOS (*) and a pair of nude heels like these (*).

I actually think all of the blouses above would look stunning when styled like that. But if you are more into black, then you also could opt for a pair of black wide-leg trousers (*) instead and pair them with any colour of shoes you would like, but for #2 (*) I would choose some black or nude heels.

All of the blouses would also look stunning paired with skirts instead of trousers. If I wanted to wear them with skirts, I would go for the same colours as for the trousers. Denim jeans would also work great with the blouses at #3 and #8 (*) and again a pair of black or nude heels!

If I had to choose my absolute favourite blouse from the collage above, I would have to go with #6 even though it was a close run! Thank you so much for reading! Let me know in the comments what blouse was your favourite and how would you style it! I hope to see you back soon! xx

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8 DESIGNER BELTS I HAVE MY EYES ON

8 DESIGNER BELTS I HAVE MY EYES ON

//1 Vintage Buckle Belt (Saint Laurent, £340) – //2 Embellished Snake Belt (Gucci, £770) – //3 Seashell Buckle Belt (Versace, £590) – //4 Icon Buckle Belt (Dsquared2, £260) – //5 Metallic Buckle Belt (Alberta Ferretti, £405) – //6 Leather Square Buckle Belt ( Givenchy, £310) – //7 Medusa Belt (Versace, £320) – //8 GG Logo Belt (Gucci, £320)

Belts are actually a newer obsession of mine. I never really understood why people liked fancy and eye-catching belts as I never wore anything that would show off my belt. As I have gotten older, I realised how cool outfits with visible belts are! Like when a T-shirt is tucked into high waisted jeans, trousers or skirts, that might be one of my favourite examples of why I have become a lover of belts. Also, a dress with a belt around the waist is a winner in my opinion!

When talking about belts from luxury brands, I would normally go for something different or something which is easily recognizable as a luxury brand. Belts like #6, #7, and #8 are those types of belts which I would describe as easily recognizable, as they all have the logo of the brand as the buckle. These types of belts would be great for the tucked-in-Tshirt-outfits I talked about before!

Also, belt #1 and #4 would be great for these kinds of outfits as they are very simple and can give a nice edge to an outfit! Even trough these belts don’t have anything logo-like as the ones I talked about before but I still think these belts would be worth the money as they are very stylish.

The belts at #2, #3, and #5 are some more colourfull belts which I think would look amazing around the waist when you are wearing dresses or even paired with one coloured outfits like all-white or all-black outfits for a pop of colour. If I had to choose one belt from the collage above as my favourite, then I have to go with #2 as I think it is a very unique and eye-catching belt!

Thank you so much for reading this posts, I hope to see you back soon! Don’t forget to tell me which belt is your personal favourite and how you would style it! xxx

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8 DESIGNER JEWELLERY I HAVE MY EYES ON

8 DESIGNER JEWELLERY I HAVE MY EYES ON

//1 Coin Necklace (Alighieri) – //2 Beetle Ring (Balenciaga) – //3 Shells with Dangling Pearls Earrings (Kenneth Jay Lane) – //4 “Suzie” Ring (Vivienne Westwood) – //5 Medusa Stud Earrings (Versace) – //6 Chanel Logo Brooch (Chanel) – //7 Snake Tragus Earring (Maria Tash) – //8 Tiger Head Earrings (Gucci)

I love jewellery and lately, a lot of designer brand jewellery have been catching my eye. Above I have made a collage which contains 8 of my favourite designer jewellery right now. As you might have guessed already, I love earrings. Another weakness of mine is characteristic jewellery. I have always loved the more interesting pieces of jewellery which would make people talk. I once had a ring with tiny figures of the seven dwarfs from Snow White which I got a lot of comments for as you might imagine! But I like that kind of jewellery as I think they are the most exciting to wear!

In the collage above, there are four earrings, two rings, one brooch, and one necklace. This is also a very good resemblance of what I normally wear. I normally wear earrings and rings on a daily basis. I actually never wear brooches, but I really want to own some as they really have caught my eye recently. And I never really wear necklaces but I really want to become better at it as I think a beautiful necklace really can tie an outfit together!

My favourite jewellery out of the entire collage has to be #7 which is the snake tragus earring from Maria Tash. I have a tragus piercing in my left ear but I really want it repierced as the piercing is not where I want it to be. I think the jewellery that Maria Tash makes is so stunning! And again, I love some of the more interesting pieces of jewellery which is why I really adore this one!

I like logo jewellery when it comes to designer pieces or jewellery with styles you know from specific brands. #4, #5, #6, and #8 are great examples of these! I especially love the Chanel Brooch as I think it would look stunning on knitwear!

The last piece I want to talk about is #1 which is the coin necklace. Layered necklaces are one of the biggest jewellery trends right now, and I think this necklace would look stunning layered with smaller necklaces!

I hope you enjoyed this kind of post as it is a new series I wanted to start! Let me know if you liked this post and what piece of jewellery from the collage you liked the most! I hope to see you back soon! xx

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