A week of outfits #4


I feel like week 4 started out a bit uninspired and ended up on a higher note than I expected. I think it’s because at the beginning of the week I went back to outfits that I used to wear in the past – before really starting to track them and see what goes well and what doesn’t. I feel that now that I see them, maybe some weren’t the best idea or maybe they just looked better before. Or they never looked better and I was fooling myself. Dunno. Tastes change I guess and you have to be realistic ūüôā



I feel like Monday was a hot mess. The mirror was dusty, it was too hot and that’s why I wore the top, but I wasn’t really feeling it. I worked from home for sure because I would’ve never let the “girls” loose if I went to the office. This was just my “going-to-the-store” look.

The top, btw, is one I’ve had for at least 15 years and as you can see, you can’t really tell its age. That’s because I really take care of my clothes and if something does happen to them it’s one of three reasons: 1. I wore the heck out of them, 2. I was clumsy and 3. The quality wasn’t so good to begin with. I have quite a few items that are really old and I used to have more until I realized I’ve been holding on to some for nothing because I wasn’t wearing them anymore. Sometimes it’s time to let things go.

(Mango jeans Рsimilar here, Asos sandals Рsimilar here, here and here, very old top Р(not) so similar here and here



Probably my biggest disappointment of the week because this was my go-to outfit at one point. Like just one year ago I used to feel my best in this outfit and now I felt… a bit awkward. And before you say anything, it’s not because of the layering – this is something that I still do and very much enjoy. I think it’s because I broke one of my rules which is: never wear loose with loose. If it’s loose on the top, go tighter on the bottom and vice-versa. That’s why I tucked the top in a bit – although the style is not made to be tucked – I felt the need to define my waist somehow, to break the loose.

(Zara jeans, Koton t-shirt – similar here, Mango top – similar here, Public Desire sneakers)



Now this is more like it! I love this outfit and I’d wear it again without any regrets. Love the pants, love the shirt, felt super comfortable, nothing more to say!

(H&M shirt, Mango trousers, Puma basket platform trainers, Forever 21 tank top – similar here)



One of those “looked-way-better-in-person-than-in-pictures” outfit. I went to an office beach party – yes, you heard me right haha. I felt creative putting this outfit together and I also felt good wearing it. I thought it was more important to be comfortable than very fancy – my entire life motto, actually ūüėĀ. Turns out I had the right idea because feel like this outfit was appropriate. I had a great time and I still remember how good it felt to dance in the rain with my bare feet in the sand.

Since the top is see-through, I wore a plain white tee underneath and on the bottom I wore my loose Zara jeans that always look so bad in pictures, but better in reality – I like to think so, at least.

(Koton t-shirt – similar here, Forever 21 top – similar here, Zara jeans – similar here and here, Forever 21 sandals)



Another outfit that I very much loved and still do! All white with a twist: the red on the t-shirt matched the red on the bottom of my sneakers (that you can’t really see in this picture). Felt amazing and I’d 100% wear this again.

(Handmade t-shirt, Pull & Bear jeans, Public Desire sneakers)

Till next time – meaning next week, hehe – be sure to follow me on Instagram, where I post my outfits daily and in real time on stories. ūüėČ

See you soon,



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