Are the simplest solutions always the best ones? When it comes to fashion, not economy, this theory, despite appearances, doesn’t really have to be right. I love combining contrasts and variety, therefore I usually seek for a deeper meaning in all my looks. I definitely prefer looks that provoke by their context than plain white T-shirts 😉 The dress that I’m wearing today is on one hand very modern, one could say minimalistic, on the other – refers to the traditional kimono. This Japanese piece of clothing that looks a bit like our bathrobe is T-shaped, wide sleeved and tied with an obi belt in the back. According to the rules, female kimonos are of one size only, which is later altered with the help of pleats, according to the client’s needs. Even though my dress is inspired by a traditional kimono, it’s easy to spot that it was designed in 2016. It’s adjusted to my figure, has short sleeves, and perfectly matches the stilettos in a similar shade. The rest of my accessories also trigger Asian correlations: the bracelet reminds cherry flowers, and the texture of the clutch – bamboo. I livened the look up with a modern hairstyle and a decorative pin. I already wrote HERE in this article how to make a temporary bob 😉

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1. DRESS Numph | 2. STILETTOS Anna Field | 3. CLUTCH Even&Odd | 4. NECKLACE Vildi 

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