Put a bet on red, put a bet on love, put a bet on new chances & put a bet on yourself!
Put a bet on red because it will give glam and power to any look.
Put a bet on red because it will give you strength when you feel like everything is black & white.
Put a bet on yourself because you know more than anyone else what you’re worth.
Happy Easter guys! Might be late but better than never!
This is just a quick look for the casual outfit I was wearing last week for a night at the movies. The idea of going to the movies is to relax so I was wearing one of the comfiest looks: boyfriend jeans & sneakers!
While keeping the outfit very simple with light colors, turquoise sneakers popped out the look paired with a super cute beige shoulder bag.
P.S: we watched Transcendence movie starring Johnny Depp. It’s a good movie that make you question the limit and interfere of science in our lives and morality. And every movie starring Johnny Depp is a hit. Duh!
Jeans: Stradivarius – Sweater: Zara – Sneakers: Adidas – Necklace: H&M – Bag: Local store
After the classic Converse came Isabel Marrant Hidden Wedge Sneakers making a fashion statement and giving us the extra inches of heels combined with the comfort of sneakers.
The comfort trend seemed to bloom ever since then with super models like Cara Delevingne and stars like Rihanna adopting the laid back look without sacrificing their sense of style. So we couldn’t but notice how Summer 2013 was full of stylish comfy creations from A-list brands spotted on every fashionista feet, from Chanel leather espadrille & Camellia flower sneakers to the Nike air max 1 liquid metal collection.
And after hitting the streets, the sneakers trend is now taking over the runaways in the SS14 couture shows. A complete new way to see couture with modern yet sophisticated looks, embellished silk and tulle sneakers full of femininity lightness and a breath of spring, a reinvention of a sporty look.
There’s nothing more perfect than a comfy bride dancing ditching her killer heels for those elegant Chanel sneakers, Bravo Karl!