If you follow me on Instagram, you probably know from my last collaboration with Na-kd, I went for all laces. It was for several reasons, I love laces as most of the girls (I believe), Na-kd does have a good selection of Lacy items, but the most importantly is I always want to do a laidback, casual, street style lacy looks. I personally think unisex style can be the most sexy while the most feminine items can give you a total edgy feel.
The first item I went for is a Fringed Black Lacy Dress. I styles in into two different looks. One is how I would normally wear it, simply with few matching accessories, a pair of slippers, and a underdress, nothing complicated.
The ankle bracelet here is actually a necklace and for the fashionistas, ankle bracelet might be the next big thing after choker!
Second look, I added a belt and change to a pair of high heel ankle boots for a more cowboy look.
Second Item I selected to style with is a lacy belted kimono Dress in Blush Pink. You really can’t go wrong with this Item, it is in lace and it s a kimono! (well, at least to me it is cool x 2!)
You can obviously dress up with a pair of pumps or sandals with a clutch and you are all ready for a party or like me, as I dress very casually normally, here I wear with my beloved superstar and that’s it! How simple is that and I really don’t think I need to add anything else to make it a nicer look as the dress itself is everything.
Last Item I went for is the black version of this blush pink kimono dress. Now you know how much I love this style. It is such an easy piece to wear it as a dress or a causal jacket.
And the photos from this last black lacy dress is my favorite, the photographer took them without me knowing it.
This last photo is taken by my Sony phone but I like it so I included it into one of the photos from the shooting.
Voila, just to include this last photo as many people asked me on Instagram where I took the photos of my first outfit.
It’s 4 Princelet Street where I had my very first photoshoot in London but back then, I was doing styling, not in the photos. And just to let you know this entire house is reserved as it is for photoshoot, the interior is even cooler! It is not a haunted house!! You probably have seen the interior in Vogue before.
Thank you for reading, see you next time then! x