I can’t believe we’ve already reached the fourth #MoroccanMonday look! This time, I’m posting another version of the wide leg trousers (Can you tell how much I love these?). Denim works wonders in my opinion, especially this classic seventies inspired one.
You can’t go wrong with denim and brown leather along with snippets of beige, white as well as red, it gives you that effortless clean chic look. A lot of people would think this colour combination is out of fashion, but we all know one could pull of anything really in this day and age, as long as you add a modern touch to it.
I’m a huge lover of high heels, but we all know you can’t wear them daily without ruining your feet (unless your name is Victoria Beckham, in which case, I don’t know how you do it). Therefore, I don’t wear the humble collection of heels I own very often, but love to rock a pair every once in a while especially with wide leg trousers. Also, Rachel Zoe made it more than clear that platforms aren’t going anywhere any time soon (Yay if you’re a short girl like me!)
Long cardigans have been a favourite of mine for a year or so, and I love pairing them with any type of jeans. Adding a fresh white button down can lift up an outfit and give it a crisp finish. To make the little coloured scarf around my neck pop out, I opted for a white turban. Little bandanas or scarves around your neck combined with a turban help cover you up whilst staying fashionable at the same time, which is a huge plus if you ask me.
Turban – Pashmina / Scarf – Vintage (bought in Salé) / Button down – Pimkie / Cardigan – Zara / Belt – Etam / Jeans – Stradivarius / Watch – Parfois / Bag – Vintage (bought in Salé) / Heels – Aldo