Lately I’ve been heading to my Pinterest and seeing a huge array of all-white outfits, it’s becoming a new found obsession of mine. Whenever I need some inspiration be it fashion, food or interior (or for gawking at images of Harry Styles) I tend to go there for a nudge in the right direction. I wanted to take on the challenge of creating an outfit nearly all one colour, and of course it had to be in a seventies beige - white was a little too clinical for me!
I had help from JustFab*, who kindly gifted me these lace-up front trousers which were so perfect for helping me acheive this look. Not only are these pants perfect for what I wanted, but they’re also coming on holiday with me next month and will be my go-to summer pant this next year. They were so comfortable and I love the way they looked. I own a lot of white and cream tops, so I can definitely conquer the one-tone pallette time and time again.
I’ve never worn linen pants before, it’s a little too much of a ‘mum during the summer holidays’ vibe. But, with the lace detailing, cropped length and flared design it helped me battle my fear of the dreaded ‘mum pant’ and turn it into something more on-trend and cool.
For my cream top, I’ve stolen my boyfriends dreamy Good Morning Keith tee, which he always looks great in. It was finally my turn to wear it and give it all of the seventies styling it deserves. The bubble print and the nod to rock and roll is what makes this simple t-shirt so good. There’s something very Perisian about wearing slogan tees, which is something else I really adore about their pieces - Parisian and classic rock and roll!
Since he’s worked with the brand, I’ve become a big fan of them myself. We have similar styles and taste, so it was pretty much a given really. I’ve seen some very cool pieces online including the skinny scarves and jacket patches. I’m desperate for the John Lennon inspired ones, they’d look so good on a denim trucker or a pair of old flared jeans.
It’s so much fun working for brands again, it’s few and far between when you’re a blogger of my small following, but when I get opportunities to create some outfits I love, it makes me adore writing on my blog again. Everyone always says consistency is key, but I also think taking the time to create content you’re actually proud of is so much more important than that. I’ll post when I have a good outfit to share or a life update, it makes it more personal, real and of course enjoyable!