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.



I am in seventh heaven because boho style is back in business! Wear an oversized top with flared bottoms and your are good to go. Bohemian minded but less coloured or loads of prints. This top from Zara's newest collection has already a clear style and the hat finishes it off. Top can be wore as a dress so that's very versatile! Once bought a boho item, you can use it for years. Every year you can style boho into your wardrobe! Xoxo, Deb.



That fashion statements can be made in a garden, definitely proves what Bob and I are up to the last three years! Create our perfect own back garden is one hell of a job and pretty expensive. We decided to finalise one stage every year and unfortunately this season it won't be finished either. That's why we created a to do list and that's where the different opinions (between man and woman) begin. My priority is the cabana and Bob choose the garden path, but the finish is in sight. Outside furniture is also difficult with different tastes, but we agreed on some items. We both want to sit relaxed while the summer season hits in! Because gardens are my top of mind I wanted to share some outside inspiration with you. What style is your favourite? Xoxo, Deb.



The whole look from H&M - Mart Visser bag
Can't believe that I was in doubt in the first place with this outfit! So happy with all the individual items and once putting them together. This comfy coat was only available in size 38 - normally I'm a size 34 - but it's great whore a bit oversized. A few years ago everything had to be slim fitted and tight, these days you can get it the slouchy and comfy way. Brilliant, because I can borrow some of Bob's basic shirts. Not a big fan of showing some belly? Me neither after mine almost popped while I was pregnant! You will never know, maybe it will be a six pack again. Before that, wear something underneath the crop. Don't let it rest in your closet when you love the piece. You can also combine it with a nice high waist pencil skirt. Their are pretty ones out there! Xoxo, Deb. (Pictures by Studio Bonansa )