I gotta say the older I get the more I find myself leaning towards things I never truly paid much attention to before, fashion wise. And it truly hit me how I had actually been a fashion victim all throughout my 20s and even early 30s… yeah I cringe at that thought right now, but seriously don’t throw your stones unless you’re a saint. Anyway, so lately I’m loving classic style, and have fallen victim to the ubiquitous but so timeless beige and neutral looks, which always feel better and look better worn with seamless underwear, to avoid those wrinkles and cuts on your bum or back… which let’s get real – ya’ can’t run from when you’re draped in beige. Besides you know me – your girl does get pretty obsessive about a look so, I do wear neutrals in both outfits as well as under them, and I LOVE anything seamless. It just looks better. Invisible if you will. Like a secret sculpting weapon.
If you follow me for a while you know how I tend to get super obsessive about a certain look or style – aka neutrals and monochromatic at the moment – and what can I tell you? It’s still going strong for me. I’ve been living in this beige faux fur coat all winter and I’ve been waiting to pair IT with an all neutral look for so long, but… #momlife and grey weather had other plans. Until last weekend when the stars aligned and the sun shined and I decided to pair these suede beige pants that are slightly flared with a simple beige top and my go to golden necklaces and tiny hoops. I LOVE dressing in tone on tone and adding a touch of golden pieces to any outfit. #youknowme And you guessed it… I never leave the house without seamless underwear these days, it’s just so fuss free for me at this point in my life, when I don’t wanna have to worry about my undies cutting into my bum every-time I pick UP or put down my baby girl. Oh and the perks of a seamless bralette are infinite, comfort and style wise.
You see what I was saying earlier about growing somewhat wiser in terms of fashion? Things like comfort and paying attention to details matter more to me than actual trends. Although between me and you… I do dabble into them still, and I still fall victim to a few. Even this beige affair is such a trend these days, alongside seamless underwear, shape wear, loungewear, layered jewellery, ring stacking, faux furs and what not. So yeah I pretty much love them all and am guilty of them all, but so far, for me… nothing beats the timelessness and perks of invisible underwear, and monochromatic looks.
In today’s post I am wearing these:
Have a great weekend loves.