Put the corny nature of my title aside and let’s just appreciate that there’s nothing better than when your clothes kind of come alive. The flower appliqué on this shirt is truly unique, and the bell-end sleeves give it that vintage class. It’s like you can almost pick flowers off of me lol. I’m always contrasting styles and textures so I paired this delicate shirt with a distressed denim skirt.
I must admit that thrift markets have never really been my scene, or maybe I just haven’t cared much for them but last Saturday morning I dragged by sister along with me to visit one. Suffice it to say I was really taken by the whole event. I loved the selection of vintage themed stalls, each similar but incredibly different and the whole atmosphere was electric, nothing but friendly faces, good food and even better music.
Last week I linked up with an old friend of mine, Amo and we decided to do a shoot at +27 Café in Hatfield, Pretoria. This was the second time we do a shoot together but I think this time around we really understood each other better and our shooting styles. In terms of my outfit,
Lerato back at it with the Coats & Perspex! This time around I’m lampshading. What’s lampshading you ask? Well initially I also had no idea what that meant but simply put it’s the term used to describe the oversized T-shirt paired with over-the-knee boots trend. Once you get that mental picture going the term lampshading starts making a little more sense.
There is no arguing that dusty pink is fast becoming a go-to colour and will have you looking bang on trend in an instant. I have to admit though that this was probably the first time I consciously wore something pink, deviating from my usual inclination to wear dark colours.
Keeping it clean is the fundamental rule when trying out a minimalist look. To be a minimalista, go for fits that have little detail and clean lines, also try to keep things somewhat monochromatic. Minimalist styles are all about unexpected proportions and don’t be afraid of mixing textures. All these elements add to the architectural influence of a minimalist look.
I’m pretty sure you might argue against my title and affirm that the saying actually goes as follows; “out with the old, in with the new.” I would then just remind you (if you’ve been following this blog) that we don’t dabble with convention around these parts.