#MoroccanMonday look 14

Hi guys!

 You’ve probably already seen me express my love and excitement towards my new gorgeous heels on my instagram, which I’m completely obsessed with. I’ve lusted after the Stuart Weitzman Nudist heel sandals for ages and as I couldn’t get my hands on them I got these instead, which are not identical, I know, but they’re quite similar when it comes to their thin straps and chic appearance. 

 Here in Morocco, golden heels may be reserved for special occasions such as weddings and traditional parties, but we all know that you can’t buy these and only wear them once or twice a year. I’ve also seen numerous stylish bloggers and celebs rocking golden strappy heels during the day with casual outfits, so it’s fair to say I’m more into styling them that way instead of playing it safe and only show them during weddings and such. 

 The heels are quite eye-catching, trust me I’m talking from firsthand experience, so I paired them with a very laid back outfit and kept everything soft and light. Even though the jeans are not from here, one can easily find similar ripped ones in various shops here in Morocco. 

 As much as I love ripped jeans, I can’t wear them outside as they show too much skin. Therefore, I made sure to wear a white legging underneath to keep me covered. The white button-down is also see-through so I layered a skin-coloured shirt underneath. To give the outfit a bit of life, I added this cute floral scarf I bought ages ago and still wear very often especially during sunny days due to the light fabric. 



Nail varnish – Maybelline 130 Winter Baby



Scarf – Stradivarius / Shades – Gucci / Button-down – Kiabi / Cardigan – Zara / Watch – Parfois / Jeans – Forever 21 / Heels – Call it Spring

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