Before I get into the fashion flow, I’d like to really apologise for the blogging hiatus. Since 2018, so much has been going on in my personal life that is quite upsetting but I just had to come to grips with the problems and didn’t let it steal my natural smiles. Notwithstanding, I’ve utilised that time also to reflect, reconstruct and re-strategised for a stronger come back in 2020.
Let’s dive into my Look book!
During the beginning of autumn, I started fashion hunting for new seasons outfits and I discovered that 2019 autumn – winter preseason proposes a lot of styles between which you’ll find Leather/PVC, Sequins, Tulle, Organza fabrics and Ankara styles. They’re the most common 5 fashion trends that was big in 2019.
The most common fashion outfit I spotted in the stores this autumn – winter preseason were mostly puffy dotted and plain Organza sleeve tops even in dresses which would look extremely chic for a date night out or simply for a girls cocktail chitchat hangout, while on the other hand Leather fabric in dresses, tops, skirts and pants still remains a classic for me and can be worn absolutely with anything during the day or night whether in high heels or ankle/knee boots making me look like an authentic badass babe that I am.
River Island Boohoo Boohoo
One-sided shouldered Black Sequins top Dotted organza top with puff sleeves Organza wrap top with puff sleeves
Hush Pink Custom made Tulle Skirt by Chi golda
Among all Tulle is one of the fabrics that has long been commonized and looked as a costume but I’m glad lastly is taking spotlights in fashion by day and more appreciated as an elegant piece.
Here I’m wearing the Zara Leather dress and a black customised Tulle skirt underneath, a pair of Topshop fur heels and accentuating my waist with a belt from Mango.
For a day to day street styling I’m wearing a bikers leather jacket, an animal skin top and a blue jeans pant, a see-through Topshop shoulder handbag with a matching perplex high heel from Zara.
Zara Zalando/Missguided Zara
ASOS Mango Zalando
I absolutely adore Leather/PVC, sequins, tulle and organza fabrics! There is something exotic about them that strikingly has an unusual beautiful, as they are. Well I certainly think so, which is why I’m excited this styles are flooding the stores this season taking such a prominent spotlight this Holiday season.
I’m so in love with this outfit, the style combo is quite peculiar but creative, I seamlessly styled the leather pant with this beautiful African print off-shoulder blouse.
The blouse was made from an African print fabric which was customised for me by my sister, and I just love the fact that the blouse is patterned and has a tulle peplum. She did an amazing job and practically turned me into her muse. Looking forward to wearing more of her designs which I’ll be sharing with you all so please subscribe to my blog if you haven’t so you won’t miss out all the fashion gist I have for you in 2020.