An all time favorite because of the clean blue tones and strong material: denim. The best part of this chunky garment is the variety of it. You can mix and match all the way! From boho beauty (see my previous post) to super chic combined with some magic colors like gold. I can't wait to show you an outfit combination with denim and a pretty golden skirt. A great trend at this very moment is denim on denim. Why? Because fashionistas can't get enough of doing some denim! A must buy basic in your closet is an oversized denim shirt, to combine with a body hugging piece underneath it. Be a bit sexy and keep a few buttons unzipped, and finish it off with a petit necklace. A basic item like this never goes out of style so it's a keeper in your closet! Some streetstyle inspiration to hit the road in denim yourself! Xoxo, Deb!



Summer up some black lace? Use brown shades and denim for boho best! This skirt is a mix and match made in heaven, because you can go all different with the right pieces. Finish them down with some boots and you are instantly ready for a summer festival. I combined them with some funky heels for a party on Dutch bank holiday Ascension day (Hemelvaart for my Dutch followers!). After a few months of pregnancy sickness I had a lovely day out with friends and got loads of energy from it! Love it! Xoxo Deb!



A different post, but very fitting in this summer festival season. I ran into this pretty piece of Dutch dance history; Mary go wild A perfect reflection of 25 years of dance in Holland, thousand pictures of the Dutch dance scene and loads of remarkable interviews. At this moment the book is only in Dutch (sorry, maybe it will be released in English) but shows a great review on the Dutch DJ heroes, famous clubs and music festivals. Also a nice advantage, it's a great piece on your coffee table. Have a great day! Xoxo Deb!



Long time no see, no color in my outfit! I'm getting more at ease in my looks. Is that part of getting older? This leather short is a favorite from H&M, only €14,95. A great budget piece to mix and match like grazy. With a simple look a simple hairdo will work the most. Small detailing in accessories, earrings from H&M. Do you miss color already? Xoxo, Deb.



Home decoration for power girls, pink tones! And for the daredevils combined with some fresh orange. I like it most with grey shades or a black and white combination. Currently seen together with minimalistic design, which I love. Also perfect for a little girls room, as I am doing research for some room interior for our little one. But I will share a little secret with you, no pink for us: we're having a baby boy! Just for the record, I will not bore you with baby rooms! But these girly rooms I had to share with you ladies. Is pink (maybe even with orange) filling your house? Share some pictures on Instagram using hashtag #stylofax and maybe I will share them later on! Xoxo, Deb.



Back to a statement outfit where feminine meets popping color. I love to dress up my all time favorite black pencil skirt. Not only different color blocking colors, but also a variety of materials like silk and a Perspex bracelet make this a statement outfit with my signature on it. A peaceful finishing touch with white heels gives balance in contract of the colors. The clutch is one item to use in so many ways, a perfect buy. And yes, messy hair to make it spicy and casual. All items are H&M. I wear this outfit a few weeks ago on a diner date with my boyfriend in Gent. We are lovers for 8 years yesterday . So happy! And soon we parents. So exited! Anyway.... When you are in Gent ... Go to "Pakhuis" for diner. It's good!! Xxxxx Deb!!



Marble. One of the best prints at this very moment. It's minimalistic and clean, can used both feminine or tomboyish. Easy to combine with black and white, but surprisingly good with orange and cobalt blue. When orange is not a great color combined with your skin, use it in accessories like bracelets or a clutch. A bag in a marble print is on top of my wish list. Which of these inspiration pictures is your favorite? Xoxo, Deb.