’80s green and purple

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Here’s what I wore Wednesday September 26. I was very much inspired by ’80s fashion that day, and I really wanted to wear one of my favourite colour combos, green and purple, so this is what I came up with. It’s quite loud and a lot of fun.

(Skirt + shirt + belt – second hand, boots – Zara)

Unusual colour combo

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Here’s what I wore Friday September 21. Lime green, dusty pink, beige, and white, is quite an unusual colour combination, but I really like it. I think this colour combo works because the outfit is mainly solid colour pieces.

(Denim jacket – Missguided, trousers + T-shirt – second hand, belt – Asos, sneakers – Topshop)

Farrah Fawcett inspired

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Here’s what I wore Thursday September 13. I took inspiration from the iconic Farrah Fawcett skateboard pictures from the 1976 Nike Cortez campaign. I dressed up the looked a bit, but kept the flared jeans, the colour red, and of course the Nike Cortez.

(Blazer – second hand, jeans + baker boy hat – H&M, T-shirt – Stradivarius, belt – Asos, sneakers – Nike)

Autumnal colour palette

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Here’s what I wore Wednesday September 12. I love super bright and colourful outfits, but I have to admit that I’m really into this autumnal colour palette. I think this outfit is a perfect mix of casual and dressy.

(Blazer + trousers – second hand, T-shirt – Zara, belt – Asos, boots – Monki)

A rare monochrome-ish look

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Here’s what I wore Thursday September 6. I rarely wear monochrome-ish outfits, but it does happen every now and again. To add just a bit of colour to the look, I wore a red lip and a red hair clip (red is my favourite pop of colour).

(Bomber jacket – WEEKDAY, trousers – second hand, T-shirt – H&M, belt – Pieces, sneakers – Adidas)