Can't let go of summer
Since I felt more inspired to find new ways to use my already exiting wardrobe during fashion week, I decided to continue with the whole one piece-three looks format! After three looks I need to choose one garment, shoe or accessory from the last look to create three new looks with. But how is this sustainable, you might ask yourself. Well I can’t buy anything new starting today, and it enforces me to work with the wardrobe I have already built.
This week’s chosen piece is my favorite pair of sandals! Today’s look is really a mix of some of my most timeless garments. The peacoat, a classic white shirt, a cable knit and simple black slacks. Pieces that are not only great wardrobe pillars but also oh so comfortable.
Shirt, Ganni. Knit, Boomerang. Jacket, Dagmar. Trousers, Acne Studios. Sandals, ATP.
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