Laced Dreams


Ah, the laced-up top. It's crazy how this trend had began from sky-high heels and ballet flats. Imagine, it has now made it's way into tops and dresses! The lace up detail actually makes the plain outfit pop-up, which makes me love it even more.

You can pair it up with a vampy,red lipstick or a nude one to keep it toned down. The possibilities are almost endless! It's trendy and individual at the same time.

Another 70s trend that I adore is the button-front A-line skirt. The shopping options are just plentiful! I spotted one in almost every shop, be it in denim or suede.

 After so much craving for both, I decided to put it into the most obvious of outfits. To keep it classic, I added the perfect pair of pumps: Loubotins. It's a beauty that is simple and graceful. No one could get wrong with this black stiletto!



Top and Skirt- H&M

All photos were taken by my sister. Check her out on Instagram @maryloui_m, or if you fancy look into mine too @margauxlcsn

What do you think of the outfit? Any ideas for my next post? Let me know and sound off in the comments! 

A Modern Belle



If you're like me, you've probably heard or even loved the classic, Beauty and the Beast. I'd say Belle is one of the princesses I admired because of her personality, style and we both share the love of books! 

The film is all over the media right now. And while I'm far from looking like the princess, I decided to have my own take on a modern Princess Belle outfit.




Belle's yellow gown was one of the highlights of the film and everyone was waiting for it. Emma looked ethereal and magical in that dress, surely one I can't recreate. However, modern princesses don't always wear gowns, hence, the choice of shirt and jeans.



 
Top- ASOS 
Jeans- Lee Cooper
Shoes- Steve Madden

All photos were taken by my sister. Check her out on Instagram @maryloui_m, or if you fancy look into mine too @margauxlcsn

What do you think of the outfit? Any ideas for my next post? Let me know and sound off in the comments!