Return of The Flare Jeans4:11 AM
Hello all you guys! yet again, long time no update. I went to Asia Africa Carnival on a couple of weeks ago with Talitha aka my BFF since high school. We had, quite possibly, the best time ever. Talking about our guys crush, watching wonderful carnival from around the world, acting like a child at the carnival. One of the best weekends I've had in long time. I wish I could hang out with her more often. I'm not talk about the carnival here, but I would post about it with tons of picture soon.
Okay, let's we talk about outfit now. The flare jeans rose used to fame in 70s. I remember saw some old photos of my dad wore them. Then trend fatigue had set flare jeans happened again and I turned to the tree from which apples had fallen (my dad). As you can see, the flare jeans feel more relaxed and comfortable (I had bad experience with skinny jeans, have you?). I took a three pieces of cardigan (more layer more good) and turn them into delicious triplets. Rock them with belt to created cool silhouette. The last touch is a pairs of feminine heels (believe it or not I'm not barefoot, I wore heels, so please ignore my toes ahahha). Based on my experience with my toes, I found that flare jeans more suitable with platforms ;)
My soul sister aka Julia asked me to open my lips in this photo. She said I should be attractive to change my status, and as a good friend I do what she said :p
You just need three pieces of cardigan to made a delicious triplets, each of them must have a different shape and fabric.
Voila! kick off my day with a style!
ZARA Cardigan (ASOS has similar in grey), ASOS cardigan with waterfall front (Opps the black color was sold but they have it in grey), Thalassa longline drape cardigan (ASOS has another cool longline cardigan), Mango Flare jeans, Vintage belt (I've got it just $3 but if you not lucky as I am you could get it on ASOS), and ZARA Strappy Wedges.
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I hope you have a wonderful day, and I challenge you to wear a layering outfit this weekend!
Credits // Photography by Julia Fatima. Photos edited by June Paski.