I like wearing tweed shorts in fall. They are more practical than short skirts and if you pair them with tights, knee-high boots and a trench coat, you feel warm and comfortable.
These shorts are from Audacy, a brand run by young Swiss designer who I first met through Instagram. They are made of delicate tweed which gives them this classic Chanel look. I wore them with my favorite faux fur top, heels and natural tights with shiny finish to create united and clean look.
This time we shot in our “studio” (in other words- the entrance hall). In order to make the setting more chic, we used furry carpets and this super cute backpack. I think that with the arrival of winter we will make more photos inside. Cold, dry wind is really not my thing. I hope that you are having much warmer and friendlier weather on your side. Thank you for reading and have a lovely weekend!
P.S. I was nominated for One Lovely Blog Award by Daryll from Eye See Euphoria. The rules are: thank the person who nominated you, share seven things about yourself, nominate bloggers that you admire, and contact them to let them know.
Thank you Daryll for your kind nomination! I like your blog for two reasons- I wear glasses and I like how you speak about your love for your wife- we need more men like you to save this world!
1. As mentioned above, I wear glasses 99% of the time and I can hardly see anything without them.
2. I believe in the Law of Attraction (one of the biggest gifts from the Universe was sending me my fiancée- one of the few good men left:-).
3. I love cats.
4. I have been practicing yoga and meditation for many years.
5. I am a health freak.
6. I did 10-day silent meditation retreat in India (and it changed my life).
7. I wear make-up only during photoshoots. On daily basis, I put on hydrating cream with high SPF and a mascara.
Shorts: Alexia from Audacy
Tights: Wolford Satin Touch 20 denier, also like these and these
Backpack: Sailor from Monsieur Mishiba
Heels: Aldo, similar here and here
Pearl Earrings: old, similar here and here
Photos by Alexander Ramp