oversized fashion mews



As you may have already know, I’m all about collecting white shirts, they make any outfit elevated and chic not to mention it’s so versatile. But since there are more and more oversized silhouettes popping out, I’ve decided to continue my experimentation as I’m a big fan of loosely fitted clothing – sorry hubby!

Given I’m not the tallest person on the planet, how does one pull off the this look without looking short and stuffy? It’s all about balancing of course, pair it with a pair of skinny denim or even leather pants (well too hot for that in NYC at the moment) and finish it off with a pair of killer heels.

Which brings me to my next point, I could write a poem for these Acne heels I found on sale. I’m not kidding, the whole site went on SALE, as I was browsing. It was as if fate was calling my name, or you know consumerism gone wild.

Lastly, how gorgeous is this vintage Chanel — many thanks my better half for the most thoughtful birthday gift. Feeling thankful af at the moment.

Thank you for reading! xx

44 thoughts on “oversized

  1. Really love the look. Thanks for the tip on how to wear it, I’m also vertically challenged 😉

    PS in love with that vinty mew!

    Marie xx

  2. Those Acne heels are incredible! I love wearing in oversized clothes when appropriate, it’s both concealing and chic. The large sleeves on your blouse are literally all I want right now x

    MM, myramyla.com

  3. The oversized, white button-down shirt with skinny jeans may be the most classic kind of outfits, but you really OWNED it by adding your white trimmed Chanel bag, your black skinny scarf tied backwards, and your block heels. Own it, girl! You have great style and attention to detail!

    xx | http://www.recavi.com

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