Sunday, October 25, 2015

What I'm Wearing:

How to wear all black? It's simple really, it's all about how you layer; mixing textures and shapes to take a basic black outfit into something amazing. I wore this outfit to the Nicholas Kirkwood presentation on my last day in Paris, the Arc de Triumph made the most incredible backdrop to photograph against.

Unfortunately the dress/jacket dress is out of stock online, but this jacket is almost identical. To give the jacket dimension I added these cropped jersey flares underneath. (Plus it was pretty cold as we entered the start of October!) 

I couldn't visit Paris without taking Mila, my Sophia Webster heels with me. I really don't get to wear them enough so Paris Fashion Week was a great excuse to pack them into my case. If you're looking for a budget friendly option then these public desire laser cut heels are identical with a sightly higher heel.

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8 Lovely Comments

  1. This is for sure one of my fave looks from you ever! I LOVE the all black, and the dress looks amazing over the trousers! SO perfect!

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  2. Classic chic! Adore your bag!

  3. Fabulously chic look. But those shoes are the real show stopper for me. They're just stunning! x

  4. these looks are absolutely stuh-ning!
    well done you *clapping emoji*

    elisha-mae I wear this?

  5. Love this outfit, the shoes are stunning! What a gorgeous backdrop too, I love Paris
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  6. Yeah, those are super definitely gorgeous strappy high heeled sandals! :)

    Looking so elegant and chic! :)

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  7. Looking so elegant. Love wearing black for autumn and winter!

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