Pumpkins and dresses at Crockford Bridge Farm

It’s definitely rainy season here and more and more often I feel like getting out of London on my days off. I have recently found a picture with a pumpkin farm on Pinterest that looked so photogenic that my heels started burning, so I asked Google how far it is and you will not believe it! It’s only an hour drive from North London. So if you’re into a little adventure outside of London, I highly suggest you go to Crockford Bridge Farm.

When arriving to the farm, I was surprised at how well organised it was – parking lot on one side, pumpkin patch on another side and then the main part was decorated with pumpkins of all sizes. I am expecting kids to have the most fun here, but even us, we were so inspired by the place and took so many pictures. Apparently, during weekends and public holidays they can get quite busy so keep this in mind if you are planning a visit.

Last weekend and two weekends ago, you could actually go on the pumpkin patch and pick your own. However, last Sunday, which was the last day when you could do so, it was raining so heavily that we decided skipping this. It was probably for the best, imagine how many people we would have had in the pictures. Now we just have a ton of pumpkins.

This is a place that we will definitely go back to. The air is fresh, the staff is kind and much more relaxed than Londoners, and they always have something exciting going on. Depending on the season, they will have strawberries also which even though the season is now gone, the thought of them still makes my mouth water. Now Halloween is coming, I am pretty sure they will do something to celebrate it.

It is safe to say that my Pinterest, where I keep all my inspiration for the shootings we do, is full with autumn vibes. And more than that – with pumpkins. So when I found the Crockford Bridge Farm, it’s like all my wishes (pumpkin wishes) became reality we just needed to go. I was recently gifted a beautiful maxi dress with Romanian ethnic motifs embroidered on it and I knew I needed such a place to shoot it. I’ve even put some effort into my hair…that is always such a struggle because I am just not talented at it. The rubber boots are just the final touch to give some edge to the outfit.

This is a place I will definitely go back to. Full of good vibes, gorgeous yummi pumpkins, plus I am curious what they are going to do next. I am wondering though, if the decoration changes with the season because I am already tempted to plan a Christmas shooting over here. I’ll keep you in touch on Instagram, most likely.

P.S. Did I mention that we made our first ever Pumpkin Pie with the pumpkin that we bought at the Crockford Bridge Farm?

Cinnamon kisses!

pumpkin patch / crockford bridge farm // miss casual

crockford bridge farm | miss casual

crockford bridge farm | miss casual

crockford bridge farm | miss casual

crockford bridge farm | miss casual

pumpkin patch / crockford bridge farm // miss casual

crockford bridge farm | miss casual

crockford bridge farm | miss casual

crockford bridge farm | miss casual

crockford bridge farm | miss casual

crockford bridge farm | miss casual

crockford bridge farm | miss casual

crockford bridge farm | miss casual

crockford bridge farm | miss casual

crockford bridge farm | miss casual

pumpkin patch / crockford bridge farm // miss casual

 

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A Bohemian Rhapsody | The maxi dress

Now this is something that I almost never wear in the summer, but wear almost the entire season of autumn: a maxi dress. When the change of season takes me by surprise and I can’t yet get myself to bundling up under layers of layers of clothes, I am usually cheating with a maxi dress. I especially prefer the ethnic look when it comes to them, I believe these ones suit the season the best.

When I was little and in school, we always had to do creative essays about autumn. I remember that absolutely all of us had to mention the change in the colour of the leaves, how they sounded under our feet, the smell of dry leaves, the shorter days and so on. Then a big part in the essay would be about food. The biggest part actually was about the food…and the fruits. And grandmas know best that with fresh fruits come a lot of cakes. It used to be divine. Not as nice as Christmas was, but autumn through the eyes of a child did have a bit of magic.

All that is real and we can experience it right here and now, but another part of reality is that the weather is unpredictable. We need to add layers of clothes to keep warm. So I go back to the maxi dress. What better way to hide layers of warm boring clothes, than underneath a beautiful bohemian maxi dress? You can easily put on a pair of tights, wear over the knee boots, a leather jacket, a turtle neck sweater, even a chunky sweater on top with maybe a belt to accentuate your waist. It is really surprising how I would almost never consider wearing a maxi dress during the summer but when autumn comes, I am all about them.

Another thing about autumn: for me, just like spring, is the time for re-invention. I feel like I have more time to catch up with everything, I start doing all of the things I thought of during during summer when I was too busy to, time to reflect and time to cook. This last one is a very new subject for me – thank you Tasty for all the time spent together:)

I was mentioning that autumn is the time when I dare doing those things I thought about so much previously. A year ago, after months and months of doubt, we started the blog. We have already been taking Instagram pictures on a regular basis, but I had doubts that anybody would be interested in anything I wrote. But then I was encouraged to continue by people like you, who do read my blog. A big thank you.

It is not time for Thanks Giving yet and we don’t really celebrate it over here, but that is exactly how I feel during autumn, grateful for all the thing that happened and the people I have around…and grateful for the existence of maxi dresses that allow me to layer an entire tent underneath if I wanted to.

Wine stained kisses!

Zara maxi dress // bohemian dress // hampstead pergola london // miss casual

Zara maxi dress // bohemian dress // hampstead pergola london // miss casual

Zara maxi dress // bohemian dress // hampstead pergola london // miss casual

Zara maxi dress // bohemian dress // hampstead pergola london // miss casual

DRESS – Zara

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The perfect autumn Mango outfit

Have you noticed how with every change of season, people seem so inspired with their outfits. It feels like we all had that outfit idea at the back of our minds and we were just waiting for the right weather to wear it. This is what happened with this Mango outfit. Since it was still full on summer in London, I had this idea of a colourful chunky knit with a midi skirt.

It’s no news that I love versatile outfits and this Mango outfit is the perfect example. Put on some flats, even sneakers if you dare, and here you have your autumn uniform. Or, and this still gives me the Sex and the City vibes – put on a pair of Manolo Hangisi and the outfit immediately becomes a casual chic, very feminine one.

You might think that I am ahead of the season here, talking about chunky knits, but only last week, it was so cold in the UK (especially in Edinburgh). Now, of course, I check the weather and it gets to 22 degrees C, but after the Indian Summer phenomenon leaves us, we’ll be in desperate need of knit.

Pleated skirt chunky knit silver bag Chelsea pink house Mango outfit | Miss Casual

The green sweater

When I was little, my Mum was a red-head and consequently, she wore a lot of green. Can you tell that I have a soft spot for greens? However, I have put my own spin on it, well, Mango’s spin, and picked a brighter shade of green than what Mum used to wear. Bonus for this chunky knit, I only had a body suit underneath, so the knit was touching my hands and chest directly and it was perfectly comfortable. It was not itchy at all and this is coming from somebody who has quite a “reactive” skin.

The midi pleated skirt

For this Mango outfit, a pleated skirt was hunting my dreams. It just took a while to find the right one. I believe the midi length brings such an elegance to the outfit. Also, surprise, surprise, I was not cold wearing it and one more important thing – it was wind proof. After I moved to London and felt how windy it can get, I stayed away from skirts and dresses from the fear of not flashing anybody. With this Mango outfit though, you’ll have no problem…except if you find a Marilyn Monroe tube situation.

The silver bag

Can it get more versatile than this? A silver bag can be worn with so many colours! Also, because of the boxy shape, it adds such a laid back element to the outfit even though thinking of silver, you’d expect something very “in your face”. For this Mango outfit, I knew exactly that I want to photograph it with a colourful background, so the outfit being this colourful already, I needed subtle coloured accessories. And this is how I came across the bag.

 

I have almost put this Mango outfit in the £100 series because if you take out the bag, the sweater and skirt are just a few pounds more than 100. However, I thought I was getting too flexible with this series rules, so instead, it became just a normal outfit post.

Where would you wear this Mango outfit? Do you think it’s the right weather for it. Keep in mind that I am always cold:)

Kisses

Pleated skirt chunky knit silver bag Chelsea pink house Mango outfit | Miss Casual

Pleated skirt chunky knit Chelsea pink house Mango outfit | Miss Casual

Pleated skirt chunky knit silver bag Chelsea pink house Mango outfit | Miss Casual

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Where to take pictures in Edinburgh

This was the first time that I actually did my research before travelling to Edinburgh. After I checked out all the cute places to eat (first things first, right?) I did my research on places where we can take pictures.

I was so surprised to find little or no information about photogenic places in Edinburgh so I kind of went with my tail between my legs thinking that we’ll have difficulties finding them. Except Calton Hill that was jaw-dropping and skirt-blowing because of the wind, nothing seemed to scream back at me from the pictures that I saw.

Finally, the day of the trip to Edinburgh has come so we woke up eye-soaringly early and by 6 am we were already on our way out of London…before the huge traffic jam starts. My surprise was huge when, after 7 hours of driving we entered Edinburgh and i was practically glued to the windshield taking pictures of the city. It is such a beautiful city and most important for us, so photogenic!

Now I can’t wait to share a few of my personal favorite locations, but if you ever go to Edinburgh for pictures, just wander around, you’ll find many more.

 

Calton Hill

Sequin Skirt Calton Hill Edinburgh | Miss Casual

White Sweater Calton Hill Edinburgh | Miss Casual

Sequin Skirt Calton Hill Edinburgh | Miss Casual

 

St. John’s Church + Princes Street

 

Ghillie Dhu entrance

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View of The Balmoral

The Balmoral Tartan Edinburgh | Miss Casual

 

This is where our pictures have stopped. I blame it on the wind because we were more concerned with finding all the places where we can warm up and not so much with places where we can take pictures in Edinburgh. However, when our fingers were freshly warmed up from a cup of tea, these are the other lovely places where we just had to take a snap and who knows, maybe next time we’ll take pictures also.

Scott Monument

Edinburgh | Miss Casual

Edinburgh | Miss Casual

 

Museum of the Mound

Edinburgh | Miss Casual

 

Rose Street

Edinburgh | Miss Casual

 

I really hope you enjoyed this kind of a blog post. More like a travel Instagram guide to Edinburgh than a conventional travel guide, but we had so much fun putting this together that we might do it again.

 

Kisses!

How to make metallics wearable?

The moment the temperatures drop, I have two favorite textiles I think about: knit and anything metallic. For some reason I don’t really associate summer with metallics, only for music festivals. But the moment autumn is around the corner and especially winter, I could shower in metallics. Now let’s see which are the ways we can wear them without them being so obvious or on the contrary, with them being the center piece.

 

Metallic patch

I came across this dress when we were preparing the under £100 outfit from Boohoo and I loved how simple it is, yet how much my eyes are drawn to that metallic patch. Ooo, I forgot to say, I don’t really discriminate metallics, but I am yet to come across something gold that does not look like a costume so I’d rather go for silver or any shade of copper and bronze.

This dress in particular was made interesting because of the different textures it’s made of. Of course our eyes jump straight to the metallic patch, but I absolutely love the black, white and copper combination. So if you feel like you do want to venture into wearing metallics, but a full body garment is intimidating, this dress made it easy for you to start.

metallics | miss casual

Dress – BOOHOO

 

Sequins

Is there an age when I should stop wearing sequins? I hope you will say that there absolutely is not!:) Because I plan on wearing them for a few more years. I love how playful any outfit that has sequins can become. The moment these little sparkly things catch the light, the magic of the outfit happens. This is why when I usually wear sequins, I prefer a simple cut like the T-shirt dress I mentioned in a previous post.

Sequins are playful, but we still need quite a lot of confidence to wear them because whether we want it or not,they will attract attention. So if the previous way to wear metallics was a bit more understated, this is completely in our faces.

boohoo outfit | miss casual

Dress – BOOHOO

 

The party dress

The moment I saw this very unusual color on a hanger in Zara, it spoke to me. And it was saying, take me home so that I can show you how nicely I can shine. Haha! This is the most unusual colour I ever wore – think about a bronze and a mustard that were made metallic, but a bit more understated.

There is no secret that I am nuts about wrap dresses, but when they come in metallics, I am sold. I will not lie, this dress will fit you better if you have a bigger chest, but it was not completely uncomfortable for me to wear either. Maybe I wish I would have stick it down so that I will not be tempted to check but other than that, it was a comfortable metallic party dress.

metallics | Miss Casual

Dress – Zara

 

The silver coat

This is one of the pieces that caught my eyes at the beginning of the year and I am still not over it. For one, I love aviator jackets, and if they are over-sized, they are even more comfortable. For some reason I started thinking how many knits I can layer underneath it – I think I will close the window in the room I am writing the post. Next thing you know, I am talking about Christmas with the cold that is coming from outside.

Talking about Christmas though…I kind of want my Christmas tree in silver this year, just like my aviator jacket. This one had a very soft lining and a tougher looking exterior so it’s perfect when you want the sensation that you are hiding but because it’s such a bold metallic colour, everybody will notice you.

metallics | miss casual

Coat – River Island (similar)

 

I am pretty sure that if I were to write this blog post in half a year, especially that the colder season has just started, I would have attached a few more ideas. Let’s see, if I find something really interesting, I might write an updated version of how to wear metallics.

What about you? Do you feel it’s intimidating wearing metallics or once you get used to them, they are just like satin or any other shiny textile?

 

Kissed

Under £100 outfit from BOOHOO

Here I am with the second brand for the under £100 outfit series – Boohoo. I love doing these series so much and you seem to like them also. The first outfit was a more elegant one from Zara, but this on the other hand is a fun, urban one.

It seems that I am a true Leo and I am attracted to anything shiny. I was not always like this, however ever since I moved to London, it’s like I don’t mind standing out. Even though, walking on Oxford street, I can tell many of you girls, share the glitter obsession with me. I have told you this before, but I have never loved doing people watching more than I do in London.

When we think of Boohoo, we think affordable, many options for the basic white, black and nude cami, the basic black dress, the nude bra – you can find all of these. However, Boohoo has the very fun side to it also, where you have the occasion to experiment with sequins, metallic pieces, the over-sized trend and even the hot sexy mamma style also. Which style do you think I went for? Which style do you think would suit me? Let’s not drag it any longer and get into the outfit.

boohoo outfit | miss casual

 

1. The sequin T-shirt dress £28

This T-shirt dress was probably the spine of the outfit. I saw it and I immediately knew I wanted to put together a fun outfit with it. The design is over-sized so it won’t show much of your figure but that only means that you can go crazy with heels. I wore it as a day outfit so I opted to make it a bit more masculine with boots, but if you only change the shoes – you have a night out outfit.

Secretly, I always wanted to be a disco ball so I guess that’s why this sequin dress spoke to me. Keep in mind that we shot it during a gloomy Sunday, so it’s not as sparkly as I expected it to be. However, the moment any artificial light hit it, it became the star of the show. It’s definitely a night owl!

I also quite love the black stripe on the front, I think it gives it a sportier vibe, if being a T-shirt dress did not make it sporty enough. So I guess you can make it even sportier with a chunky sneaker which I must admit, I am still on the fence about. I guess it just one of those that you need to try to believe.

boohoo outfit | miss casual

2. The blush suit blazer £30

So I thought, how can I make this T-shit dress less sporty and more girly? So I went for the grown woman pink – blush and looked for it in either a jacket or a blazer. My first choice would have been a jacket, but I’ve found that they had so many details in the front that they distracted from the dress. And let’s be honest, I needed to tone down that disco ball. Then I came across this jacket and I knew it was the right one for what I had in mind.

My size is usually and S or XS so I can buy from the regular collection or if it’s tops and blazers, I can buy from Petite. The blazers though, I will need to roll up because I have quite long limbs so the Petite version will fit me anywhere else…except when it comes to my arms. I am telling you all of this because that is exactly what I did with this jacket. In the regular collection, they only had it in a 10 in stock so because I didn’t want to look like I am drowning in it, I went for the Petite one in 8. Et voila!

boohoo outfit | miss casual

3. The metallic bumbag £14

I am totally into the bumbag trend that already survived for two years and does not seem to go back to sleep. I remember my dad having one when I was a child, but then he also wore the other two trends that are so popular now : the chunky sneakers/dad sneakers and the long white socks.

When I thought about the sequin T-shirt dress with the blush blazer, something just became too put together for me, too toned down. So I turned the volume back up with the metallic bumbag, worn across of course. Surprisingly, it could fit quite a lot without becoming too big so this really is the perfect design to wear cross body.

boohoo outfit | miss casual

How do you like this fun Boohoo outfit under £100? Would you wear it during the day or during the night? I guess it could be a festival look. We had so much fun shooting this outfit – I feel like I haven’t worn something so humorous in a long time and I loved it. I will probably go back to my urban chic style after, but I loved experimenting with sequins.

What high street/ online brand should we do next?

Kisses

 

boohoo outfit | miss casual

boohoo outfit | miss casual

Knit + corduroy for the transitional season

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A few years ago, if you were to tell me that I will wear corduroy trousers, I would have laughed like no other. This was, like most of us, my childhood nightmare. Regardless if it’s the transitional season or not, I stood as away as possible from anything corduroy. Knit on the other hand, I was always a fan. However I never thought about wearing them together.

Let’s start with knit! I will find any excuse to wear knits. There is something so cosy about them that after the summer is gone and temperatures have dropped under 18 degrees, you will see me wearing knits. This year though, I wanted to skip wearing a jacket and tried to see if a knit blouse would be suitable to replace it. And the answer is yes…if you don’t need to use the tube. I was not scorching hot because every time the wind blew I could feel a light cooling breeze, but because of the knitted blouse, I was still a pleasant temperature.

Another combination that I love doing in the transitional period is knit blouses with dresses or skirts and boots of course. Knits and boots fall in the same category for me: things that I can’t wait to wear. I don’t need any convincing with these two.

For these pictures we went to this very unique place in London -Neal’s Yard. Actually, we went for our tummy, for some acai bowl/ porridge bowl, but the background was so colourful and nice, that we couldn’t help ourselves and take pictures. Another good thing to do in the transitional season: eat as many vitamins as possible so we did devour a porridge with fruits.

Now about corduroy! For me this textile is the big underdog. When I saw that it’s coming back in trend I said – no way I will let myself influenced by it. I was still remembering my childhood corduroy which was tough, ugly most of the time but very practical so yes – our parents made us wear it. Then I forgot that this transitional season will be all about corduroy until I went shopping and there it was – everywhere.

Now I have to admit that it was not as bad as I remembered. The clothing styles were modern, something I would totally wear so I had to get over being dramatic about it and just try it on. I tried on a pair of trousers in white which except the fact that fit like a glove, were feeling much better than the corduroy I remembered from years ago. And that is how it made a come-back in my eyes.

Also, I know that when you think of the transitional season you think of coppers, burnt brick colours, emeralds but this time, I went in the exact opposite direction and I wore all white. Lately I had problems wearing white because everything is just sooo see-through but gladly, I can’t say the same about knit and corduroy.

What are your thoughts on wearing knit for the transitional season? And I am even more curious what you think about corduroy. Is it still an underdog or has it redeem it’s place in the worn textile world?

Kisses!

transitional season outfit | Miss Casual

Knit blouse – Zara (similar)

Corduroy trousers –Zara

transitional season outfit | Miss Casual

transitional season outfit | Miss Casual

transitional season outfit | Miss Casual

transitional season outfit | Miss Casual

Shirt dress + first place I saw in London

I dare you to name a piece of clothing that is more versatile than a shirt dress. It can easily look put together with the right accessories, but just as well could be casual with a pair of sneakers. Even better, undo those buttons and you have a throw on that you can wear over a t-shirt and jeans or even over a simple dress. Also, because we did this shooting in one of the first places that I’ve seen in London, I want to tell you a bit more about that.

My very first trip to London happened in the summer of 2016 and to tell you that it was life-changing, would be an understatement. I was always a huge advocate of how traveling takes you out of your comfort zone and makes your mind more flexible to accept new cultures. Even so, I could have not predicted how much this trip to London would change how I want my life to be. It made me recalculate everything: my career, the place I want to live in and who I want to spend my life with. It so happened that this is the summer when Paul and I re-saw each other as adults, after we haven’t spoken a word in 10 years.

On my very first day in London, my friend Daniela(who was then living here) asked me which is the first place I want to see and my answer couldn’t have been quicker: The Big Ben. Even my house keys had a Big Ben on them so I guess it was meant to be. So yes, after the airport and the tube, the first place I saw in London was Westminster with it’s beautiful Big Ben. I thought it is about time to go back to it, this time doing what I came here to do. You might have noticed that Westminster is also the beautiful background for this shooting featuring the Zara shirt dress.

We might as well go back for another shooting because we could not capture the Big Ben because it was under construction. Whenever such an iconic touristic destination is under construction I think of how annoyed I would be if this was the first time I came to see it and it’s well…still in “hospital”, however that’s exactly what happened with Sagrada Familia in Barcelona and I still enjoyed it.

Back to the shirt dress, though. This is still from my Zara haul, the same one which started our under £100 outfit from the high street brands. I have to admit that this shirt dress was actually picked by Paul. While I was trying on what I picked, he saw a lady wearing it so the moment I came out of the changing rooms he was a;; too excited to show me the dress and I loved it. The textile is so soft on the skin and because it’s not form fitted, it’s so comfortable, yet it looks so put together. Literally the easiest thing to throw on.

I am a huge print fan, you might have read my post about tropical prints, but this one is slightly different. In the grand scheme of prints, this is a mature print, yet still age versatile. It would look just as natural on both me and my Mom. Also, this print gives me huuuuge Versace vibes so if you ever looked for an affordable option for a Versace shirt dress, here you have it. What do we think about the colour? I personally love wearing this red wine burgundy during autumn.

I also saw it in a light cream option with navy and gold pattern and I must say I am quite tempted. How do you like a shirt dress? Do you prefer them to a regular one? Also, I quite love how even though I have only lived in London for almost two years now, I have memories in so many beautiful places that I love sharing with you.

Happy beginning of autumn (it just hit me:D)

Kisses!

shirt dress | Miss Casual

Shirt Dress – Zara

shirt dress | Miss Casual

shirt dress | Miss Casual

shirt dress | Miss Casual

shirt dress | Miss Casual

shirt dress | Miss Casual

£100 outfit from Zara

We are starting a new series on the blog. It is high street stores inspired because they are so popular here in the UK and have such a great variety at a price that won’t make your wallet cry. So we are going to pick an outfit, not more expensive than £100, from each of these high street stores.

First stop was Zara. I already told you in this post some of my tricks when it comes to buying from Zara, but the most important one of all would be to go to the stores that are not in central London…or center of any city really. Especially if you are buying in a city where there are a lot of tourists. The central stores are most often overcrowded and messy whereas the ones from the periphery are better organised and you can see the products better.

Honestly, when we set ourselves this challenge we did not have everything well thought through, so the rules are quite flexible still. The price of the outfit is no more than £100 but it does not include accessories in this case. However we did manage to buy a shirt, a playsuit and shoes. Next time we might skip the shoes and go for accessories better because I think probably shoes are the most versatile items in our wardrobes so we can replace them easily in any outfit.

First of all,I did not receive as many compliment as I received for this outfit on any other outfit I’ve put together. I think the combination is easy to do, it’s just not something I would have thought of wearing at a first glance in my wardrobe. It has something playful about it because of the pussy bow shirt, but the tweed makes it look elegant and probably much more expensive than it is. Paired with flat shoes, and my choice were these studded loafers, the outfit can be quite chic casual.

 

1. The shirt

I am all about transparency and puff sleeves, but what caught my eye about this shirt, was the pussy bow. It does give me Gossip Girl vibes when I wore it as a bow, but for a more elegant and mature effect, you can tie it as a long scarf. The front part is doubled so in case you don’t really want to wear a bra with this shirt, you don’t have to and nothing will show. However, the sleeves and the back are see-through. One thing that I did not expect about this shirt is to be this hot. And I don’t mean sexy…that I did expect:) I mean, the moment the sun came out, I started boiling in it so it’s not really a top to wear when the weather is still transitioning.

Zara outfit | Miss Casual

 

2. The playsuit

Growing up and watching the Chanel shows, I learned that tweed is synonymous with elegance. But also, I associated it with a grown woman so for years I thought that it is not for me yet. However, it’s either that I started loving it or that I am now that grown woman I imagined then that would wear tweed. When it comes to this playsuit though, I think there is no age limitation due to the fun colour combination. This playsuit though comes with a trick – it actually has shorts and not a skirt which I suppose makes it a skort but the warp style from kind of hides this detail.

Zara outfit | Miss Casual

3. The shoes

I love heels, I really do, but with flats is an entire different story. We have a few years long relationship and mutual respect. Except those few friendships marked with blood the first times I wore them, flats are usually easy. However, I do like it when my flats are spiced up with some bad ass looking elements like studs in this case. These studs are far from the Balenciaga ones so no fear here. They are even smaller than the Valentino style ones, these are just perfect to make the loafers more interesting without making them hard to match. Because of the very low heel and thin sole though, I would not suggest wearing these loafers if you’re exploring a new city.

Zara outfit | Miss Casual

How do you like this outfit? Would you wear it as a casual one or would you make it more elegant? I loved this challenge so for sure we’ll be doing it again plus, there are so many other high street brands to explore. Which one would you like me to do next?

You might have noticed that I posted this on Monday. Because Sunday is usually our day for shootings, we decided to keep that day exclusively for that so that Monday and Thursday will be the days for posting.

Zara outfit | Miss Casual

Zara outfit | Miss Casual

Zara outfit | Miss Casual

Kisses!

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