Last week I posted the first outfit of the 'business versus pleasure' assignment I got from national platform 'Ambitieuze Meisjes'. For now: pleasure it is with the second outfit!
After work shake your hair loose and show more skin with a slightly shorter skirt. I combined it with a bomberjacket, to keep it in balance. Hopefully you like my input for the online magazine and looking forward to it like I do! It will be launched half of July. Xoxo, Deb
As you girls already know, Lisanne is - besides her fulltime job - my editor on Stylofax for a while now. She is also member of 'Ambitieuze Meisjes' (meaning Ambitious Girls), a national platform for young female talents. Lisanne is Editor-in-Chief of the third edition of the AM magazine and they asked me to cooperate for a fashion spread. They gave me the task to style business versus pleasure, with one key piece item. The magazine launches half of July and will be also shown on my blog. For now I will already show my own followers the first outfit! As a key piece I choose a fierce pink top, to show that even a 'heavy' colour like this can be easily styled for several occasions. When it's hard for you to style smart outfits, start with an easy black and white combination. When this is not a favourite combination for you, go with natural shades like off-white or green. These go also very well with pink. A pencil skirt and a heavy coat are 100% classy, and very sparkling with pink. Keep the rest simple and tie up your hair in a slick ponytail. What do you think of part one? Xoxo, Deb.
Pictures by Studio Bonansa
This style icon definitely stepped out of the shadows of her famous big sister: Solange Knowles.
What a pretty woman that can handle every colour or print that that you can imagine! She is a big example for all my boho looks, but a great inspiration for all of us. So be inspired by these awesome looks of her! Xoxo, Deb.
H&M skirt and earrings - Zara top and coat - Vintage bracelets - Nasty Gal bag
Going to summer festivals is one of the best activities during summer, but also includes the following: outfit-stress!
It's getting even worse when the weather forecast is bad, it's very hard to decide what to wear. It needs to be comfortable but off coarse looking stunning!
For me it helps to send out several selfies to friends, my brother of whoever wants to help. Last week I was doubting until the very last minute.
Eventually I picked this boho red skirt, the fans of H&M trend will recognize him. It's from last season. Styled it with a hat, boots and kept it simple. What is your keypiece in a festival outfit? xoxo, Deb.
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For years I was totally into skirts, but slowly I start to wonder if pants are taking their number one position in my head. Ripped denim, culottes and last but not least flared pants give me better vibes. And you know me, who save some old items they once will be back in fashion. Oops, now I feel so old...but it's a great advantage! While all of these three items are back in trend, they push skirts of the first place. Culottes are best in simple but chic outfit with a basic item. Perfect for crop tops!
Flared pants are great in a 70's style this summer, ripped denim perfect with classy tops.
Another shape, the palazzo pants that are wide from hip to toe, are great with crop tops or wide items.
With pants you can go all the way: from boho to very chic! Xoxo, Deb.