A new season = a fresh start. And this season is all about statement sleeves. So why not adding a little drama to your spring wardrobe, in form of puffed/bell-shaped/ruffled or XL sleeves? The choice is yours, as long as it is catchy. Like this white top I bought last month from Zara. I mean.. how cool are those sleeves? Since the weather is getting warmer, I do not need to wear a heavy coat anymore. It is the perfect time to show off this statement piece. This is my kind of favourite spring outfit.
I wear it layered with this FUNKTION SCHNITT black turtleneck long sleeves T-shirt. As you can see from many of my outfits I wear black turtlenecks underneath. I actually own a few of them. It is a must have item for layering and it goes with many outfits. And I just found my new favourite high waist jeans from Zara. I personally love wearing jeans, you can not go wrong with them and you can wear them for many occasions, from casual chic to business look.
Another important piece for me is of course nothing else but the Acne Studios scarf. Sorry but no sorry if you see it often on me – I simply like to wear it as a cool accessory like you see on the photos or when the weather getting colder I just easily pull it over. It is transitional piece from autumn to winter and winter to spring. I am also thinking about to buy it in pink! And as the sun is coming out, you will see me wearing this THE WINDSOR END Upton sunglasses pretty often. This sunnies will take your outfit to the next level of chic and class. Also available in black.
Last week I got two new pair of shoes from @Publicdesire . Both are true statement items and I really love them. The first one is the HADLEY POINTED TOE MESH DETAIL ANKLE BOOTS IN WHITE PATENT and the second one I worn with this outfit is the LOUISA BACKLESS LOAFERS IN GOLD METALLIC . The gold accent makes this outfit perfection.
All smart spends that will update your closet now. Did you find any statement piece yet? And what is (are) your favourite one?
This post is in collaboration with PUBLIC DESIRE , FUNKTION SCHNITT and THE WINDSOR END