Find your own style

On request of a very good friend, i decided to write today about a more general topic, like not being afraid to show more creativity, to find your own style and to learn putting together a smarter look.
First of all, we have to open our wardrobe and find the strongest pieces starting with ones we love the most, because i’m guiding after the principle that if we wear a piece we love, we will always look pretty and special by feeling comfortable and happy.
The rest of it, the one’s we didn’t wear for ages, the mother’s shirts or skirts, old accessories, the one’s are too big or too small, standing in the way to our new look and state of mind, have to go.
Depending of our age, of our personal and professional life we can dress more casual, more elegant or out of ordinary. But there are some pieces of garment that should not miss in our wardrobe. The last days i presented the history of dress and i gave a lot of reasons to wear it as much as you can, but today i want to focus on other important items we should pay attention too.
PANTS
There are many types of pants, trousers and all kind of jeans. We just have to find the one’s will make us feel beautiful, comfortable and the one’s fit us the best.
The Bell-Bottoms jeans flare out to a bell shape of our feet. This style emerged from the uniforms of the sailors and in the ’70s the bell-bottoms earned their reputation after being worn by divas Cher and Diana Ross.
You can rock them with a pair of platforms(they should be your best friend-high and super comfy), a top in muted colors and accessorized depending of occasion.
If the weather requires, you can add a elegant blazer for a chic look.

Bell Bottom Jeans Style

MATCH & MIX

Bell Bottoms Jeans for Weekend Getaway

 7 For All Mankind Jeans
OASIS Embellished Collar Top
Steve Madden Xcess Wedge Sandals
Mint Front LOck Shoulder Bag by Chic+
Noir X Lamb Enamel Set Bracelets
Red Ponte Blazer Jacket
Marni Earrings

Boyfriend Jeans are with straight-legged fit relaxed around the bum and thights, and back in the days had to be stolen from man’s wardrobe to be feel supercomfy. In the ’70s the manufactures began mass-producing jeans for women and called them “the boyfriend cut”.
They look best worn faded and dressed down with flats, favorite top and a lether biker jacket for daytime and pumps, chic blouse and accessorized for a party.

Boyfriend Jeans

MATCH & MIX

Boyfriend Jeans For Party

Boyfriend Jeans H&M
H&M Blouse
Vintage Double Breasted Peak Power Suit Army Coat
Nelly Shoes Yin
Authentic Vintage & Modern Chanel Handbag
Mawi Sunray Tube Necklace
Pearl Vine Earrings

Breeches or Riding Pants fit like leggings and taper down to the ankles. They look like 1980’s -style stretch pants, but made with thicker, more rugged fabrics.
The best look for riding pants is a pair of knee-high riding boots that slide over the pants, and a thick, oversized sweater or cardigan, perfect for a cold autumn day.

Breeches or Riding Pants

MATCH & MIX

Breeches for a Casual Day

H&M Trousers
Amanda Riding Boot
Zara Shopper Basket
Wildfox Heart Cropped Vest Top
Knit Scarf
Silver Cable Ladder Stitch Cardigan

The Cigarette Pants sit right at the natural waistline and tapered pants fall right above the ankle.Pair it with something form-fitting up top and masculine shoes.They are perfect for a busy business day.

Chinos

MATCH & MIX

Business Look-Chinos

Black&White Puppytooth Skinny Smart Trousers
Black Oxford Shoes
Hermes Birkin 35 Bag Parchemin
Chiffon Simple Blouse
J.Crew Peacoat Popover
Tom Ford Islay Crossover Sunglasses
Nelly Accessories Rebecka Scarf

No matter what style you will choose, you have to be careful that it fits your body, and make you look perfect.
There is still a lot to say about other pieces that have a right to stand in your wardrobe, to help you to accomplish all your dreams and make you feel like a queen, but it has to come step by step.
Everything depends on you. Don’t be afraid to release the new you.
Kiss&Hugs,
Cristina

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