Tuesday, May 15, 2012

What I would wear -series 1 episode 2

Welcome to the second episode of the What I would wear series.
This is more of a casual outfit. And I also included accessories this time, because the last time I had forgotten.

I bought this shirt on Asos a week ago, and it was love at first site. I have been eyeballing it for a month, waiting for sales, and I finally got 40 % off.
So here is the info:
Shirt: Asos - it cost 29€ and it was originaly 41,51€. You can find it here.
Jeans: Zara - these are super comfy and you can get them in lots of different colors, and they were pretty cheap too - 25€. You can find them here I also have these in navy and green. I just love them.
Accessories: The ring was from H&M and it cost 4€, but I don't know if they sell it anymore. And the earrings were a present.
Shoes: - I bought these on sale from Spartoo.com and they were about 25€. The brand is Bronx, a brand I am very fond of, and have lots of shoes from. You can still find them here, but not for the same price.
Sweater: - I got this at New Look, it cost 35€, and I think they don't sell them anymore. 
Nail polishes - From left to right:
- Dior - St. Tropez - swatch here
- OPI - Suzi says Feng Shui - swatch here ( it's kind of old school Une Ruxi a Paris)
- Essie - Borrowed & Blue - swatch here
- OPI - Gone Gonzo! - I have yet to swatch this one
- China Glaze - For Audrey - Swatch here
- Kiko - 343 - Swatch here
- China Glaze - Passion in the pacific - swatch here

4 comments:

  1. Suzi says Feng Shui is one of my faves!
    I love those pants!

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    1. It's one of the first OPIs I ever bought.

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  2. I love the pants! I have been wanting to find a pair of bright jeans for the summer but I can't make up my mind on what colour. I love how yours are a more muted, pastel, much more wearable :)

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    1. Thanx Danielle, that is what I loved about them too.

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