Pull&Bear jeans, Jeffrey Campbell 'Prickly' platforms, COS coat, clutch c/o Banggood.com
One can't go wrong with jeans and a white blouse. The simplicity of that combination opens the door to endless accessorizing possibilities and I, of course, went for what could be called a 'futuretro' vibe, combining both vintage-looking garments and edgy statement accessories.
It's all about mixing mundane pieces with eye-catching unusual ones. They complement each other so well, creating a contrast between two styles and merging into one simultaneously.
With the days getting shorter and natural light disappearing in earlier hours, I've turned to reading a lot. The embroidered settee next to my window has become the perfect place for a good book, a cup of tea and occasionally some macaroons. It's soothing and calming, especially on stressful schooldays and let alone autumn evenings- for some reason this transitional moment of the year is the hardest for me.
What's helping me get through this right now is Salvador Dalí's autobiography- yet another shocking work of art by the provocative artist. It gives you a feeling of insanity. It's ever so strange yet fascinating to read a person's whole life story told by the person them-self, especially when they have such delirious thoughts and a very high idea of their own persona. A great and inspiring read, to say the least.