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.

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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.[10] 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.”[11] 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.

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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.

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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.

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Written by Keisli Alia
Founder of Sashay Down and Sashay Down’s crew. Lawyer and economist, attracted to business world, innovation and fashion. Immensely in love with the fashion industry, with its hues and undertones, with my style and the simplicity of choosing the right clothes at the right place. If it is beautiful or interesting, I want to experiment, see, wear it, feel it and write about. “Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street, fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening. Coco Chanel”