Hi Loves! So, this is a post I’ve been delaying for a while now just because I am exposed to the blogger world and know that a blog post like this you’ll most likely find on so many fashion and style blogs. BUT, I still wanted to do it so here it is. Keep scrolling and check out 6 style recreations I found featuring bloggers whose style I adore. Check it out:
My first look is from an Instagram page I absolutely adore just because of the overall look and feel of the feed and her style too. I’ve been eyeing this look for the longest time and wasn’t sure if I could nail it. I think when mixing a print with another colour can be daring just because who wakes up thinking about wearing a blue and brown combo, right? When I was preparing content for this post I started with this look just in case it wasn’t going to feel good for me but it turns out that it works together pretty well. I’ll without a doubt be wearing this look to a gallery or even a lunch date. Very statement like, yet minimal which I love.
My next look is very minimal, and very me! This is definitely a look I’ve been drawn to since the summer begun last year and I’ve also shared in separate posts how I’ve been enjoying the strapless bandage top. I love how the shirt elevates the look by giving it a masculine touch in a way just by how oversized the shirt is. Also, you can never go wrong with a classic black and white combo, it’s a look that will never go out of style.
Still on the strapless bandage top trend, this look is very similar to the previous one. Only twist though, I got the inspiration from one of my ultimate favourite stylists, Sylvie Mus. If you’re not familiar with her I’ve spoken about how she and many others inspire me. This is definitely a no effort look and such a go-to.
If there’s one thing I love about Sara it’s her love for being a straight up minimalist! This is such an effortless, yet chic look. I love how the blues compliment each other and gives the outfit a lift just from the tones. It’s also an easy look to elevate, swap flat sandals for heels and you’re good to go.
If there’s one thing up I can never go wrong with, it’s a classic black dress. This one in particular is the oversized, very trendy and modern like. I won’t say much about the blogger herself because I’ve shared countless times how much her style is something I always lean towards.
So, let’s talk about these tones. How beautiful right? With me currently, I’m still not over the neutral palette and don’t plan on moving away any time soon. Such a chic, classy and elegant look.
Remember to have fun when recreating looks. You don’t need to have the exact item or feel pressured to get it. Use what you and make the most of it. Also, let me know what your favourite look is and if I should do a part two.