PLAYSUIT Honey & Beau | BLAZER Vintage | BAG Zara | RINGS Insignia

Nothing takes my fancy more than loose tailoring - a relaxed yet classic look that gives the most body complementing and polished feel. I paired this vintage ivory blazer with new season Honey and Beau black jumpsuit and laced up boots. I am all for the notion of the business at the top and party at the back, always inco-operating slight edginess to my classic, minimal aesthetic (not to mention the shoulder detail of this jumpsuit). Pant-suits give an illusion of the most desired elongated legs that takes feminine silhouettes and slimness to a whole other level.

Something worth getting right is the amount of skin bared with any outfit. With a full pant-suit attire like this, a bandeau straight cut off is only fitting.. hey after all collarbones are the new sexy right? In my ideal world, collarbones, backs and shoulders are the definition of ‘the sensual feminine touch'.. no one wants ever-so-revealing d√©colletages that just takes away the real aesthetic of the outfit.. The stigma that comes with blazers, pant suits and anything cooperative/business-like is that it has to involve thick bulky materials, no shape and is ever so manly. Having previously thought this, my tip now is when it comes to loose tailoring, think slightly oversized satiny blazers, well-fitted pant suits and oversized pinstripe blouses in black and a range of whites (crisp, offs, beige, ivory, cream) and neutrals. There is a certain polished aesthetic about a tailored look.. which I love.


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