Palazzo pants

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H&M top, hat - Zara pants
I am the owner of this palazzo pants for a while now, but only wore it just once. Made it a bit shorter, and for me that looks better. Today combined with a body hugging off shoulder top. Love the feminine touch of the bare shoulders! During the day pretty with slippers, in the evening with heels. So nonchalant but very ladylike. What do you think? Xoxo, Deb.


Hot sho(r)t

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T-shirt Hema man - Zara heels and short - COS sunglasses
(Pictures by Studio Bonansa) One of my favourite kind of prints: graphic! I bought this piece during pregnancy at Zara and finally it's time to wear them. The oversized white t-shirt is a boyfriend fit (thanks for that babe!) and is a good match with the body hugging short. This combination would also do great with some slippers. At this moment I am kind of in the middle of a 'don't know what to wear and is it even appropriate' period. I think because of motherhood. Also really bothered with my length, I feel myself suddenly childish in dresses or skirts. Luckily there are heels! But in my mind I am in a desperate want of a whole new wardrobe. Is it just a phase or do we really change our natural fashion style when we become parents? Anyone who experienced the same after giving birth? Tell me all about it! Xoxo, Deb.


Go off shoulder

H&M top and short - Zara bag - Blink heels
(Pictures by Studio Bonansa) What a catch during sale this top! Off shoulder is one of my favourites and timeless like a little black dress. On top of that, a bit more edgy than a normal white shirt. This suede short is from H&M trend and bought almost a decade ago. When you buy good quality items, you can use these seasons over and over again. Personal style tip: buy shorts one size bigger. It feels more comfortable and mostly it looks way better. Do you have catches like these in your wardrobe? Xoxo, Deb


How to wear: yellow skirt: 3 ways to go‏

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You saw this yellow skirt a while ago and it's an easy grabber this season. That's why I want to show you three different ways to rock this yellow piece: Rocky road: Slightly different, but so summer festival proof combined with a grey shirt with rock print and biker boots. Hippie glam '70 vibe all over! Remember: grey and yellow are great together. Go bananas: Ton sur ton is a personal favourite. Back again with a 70' style denim top, I have a huge crush on oversized sleeves. Gladiator inspired sandals finishes it of the look. Denim & Comfy: The ladylike skirt and heels deserve it to be worn with a strong item like this denim shirt. For me so wearable and comfortable! I love to bring this item back into a wardrobe. Which one is your favourite? Xoxo, Deb.


A sunset coloured outfit‏

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Zara bag & top - H&M skirt - Bershka bracelet
(Pictures by Studio Bonansa) With a better sunny weather forecast ahead (this last week was too rainy for summer!) I dared to create a sunny outfit with a - sort of - ton sur ton colour pallet. You know I do best with some contrast in materials, so leather with a knitted top is on! I used some accent in it with this ruby red bag. It's a piece for winter, but for know perfectly on spot in summer. The lacy sandals are a huge trend this season. Kind of a fashion no-go: I don't have black flat open shoes like slippers or sandals...I need to break my shopping restriction I think;) Xoxo, Deb!


To inspire! Books and mags‏

Kind of in the middle: to late for summer inspiration but way to early for winter inspiration. So I will share something else with you all: magazines! What to do with all those piles of paper. But - so important - inspirational paper. Never throw them out when you read the last page. Together with my girlfriend we discuss all the pretty editorials and new trends. A lovely way to brainstorm about fashion. I can't wait for the autumn issues. Off coarse I prefer summer over winter but secretly I am ready for new styles. So, my place is full of books and magazines. On every table or free spot (and some of them behind the couch, a perfect mess in every house). What else to do with all this 'fashion paper'? I am searching for inspiration and will share it with you soon! Xoxo, Deb.