During this time of year, I always miss the red, orange and yellow leaves covering the parks, woods and streets of Amsterdam. Not only do they make a stunning backdrop for photos, but just the sound of crunched leaves and a cold breeze make everything that much more cozy.
I had to go to the only too slightly orange trees in Rabat in order to get somewhat of an autumnal-looking backdrop, and I’m quite pleased by the results. The shades of my outfit definitely helped, but I’m not complaining. Thank God it wasn’t raining nor was it cold which allowed us to actually enjoy shooting.
Eversince I bought this amazingly bright orange rollneck, I couldn’t wait to style it up. I had a completely different look in mind but couldn’t find the right pieces to carry it through. However, a seventies style bootleg pair of jeans still looked good and appropriate if you were to ask me. I love mixing gold and leopard print as well as dark blue denim, it’s a fail-safe combination that’s bound to come up with good results.
The brown cardigan kept me warm and added the perfect layer to what would otherwise have been a quite bare outfit in my books.
Hopefully we’ll still get a few of these sunny days to be able to shoot some more photos before it starts pissing daily that one cannot leave the house nor find the will to do anything.
Turban – Marwa (old)
Sunnies – Stradivarius
Jeans – Stradivarius
Boots – H&M (old)
Handbag – vintage