Yeaah! Don’t worry be happy, not because is written on my shirt but everyone of us deserves it.
The look of today is a two-color outfit and it’s totally inspired by elements of the 90’s. Bell bottoms jeans, silk shirt with a slogan, red band coat ant red pumps. DId I forgot something? I don’t think so.😬
It’s not one of my best photoshoots because of a peeling treatment done 3 days ago and my face looks wired but still love my outfit of the day.
In 1996, women’s bell-bottoms were reintroduced to the mainstream public, under the name “boot-cut” (“boot-fit”) trousers as the flare was slimmer. By 1997, flare jeans had come into vogue among women, which had a wider, more exaggerated flare than boot-cuts (boot-fits). The boot-cut (boot-fit) style ended up dominating the fashion world for 10 years.
By around 2006, the bell-shaped silhouette started to fade as the skinny jean rose in popularity. Sharon Haver, the founder of FocusOn-Style commented “It’s as if all the girls wearing premium boot-cut (boot-fit) jeans threw them away one day, and the next day began wearing skinny jeans and flats.” However, boot-cuts (boot-fits) and flare jeans never entirely went away, and both of these styles remain relatively popular today both in denim fashion and higher-quality office wear.
Band coats became famous at 2008/2009 and now Tommy Hilfiger restored them again in the GigiXTommy collection. Mine is a coat from MissSixty in bloddy nuance.
The shirt is a silky one, it’s a simply one, blue, and with a slogan back as you can see it on the photos. It’s from H&M.
The last accessory that breaks the monotony of two-colors outfit is the python bag. Inspired by Fendi, Prada, LV spring 2016 runways. Mine is from Parfois, not an expensive brand but the idea goes on point.