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WOODEN FRAME SUNGLASSES

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Pink blazer: Sisley (similar); Wooden frame sunglasses: Zerezes, through My Maracuja; Skirt: “Lala” by M.I.C.I.; Clutch: Parcel & Journey through My Maracuja; Heels: Aldo.

Photos by Alexander Ramp


This looks is made of two super cool pieces: these wooden frame sunglasses and a flare skirt with a bold print that is typical for the Ivory Coast. The frame of the sunglasses is made of recycled Brazilian wood by a design collective from Rio de Janeiro called Zerezes. Their goal is to reuse waste and manufacture sunglasses in an environmentally friendly way. I like the story and the idea behind this. Not to mention that the designs are modern, smart and very elegant.

The skirt is a perfect piece that can be dressed up or down depending on your mood. I am sure it would look great with a hoodie as well. And it is a showstopper… One really stands out in it. I like full skirts because they flatter my frame and are both practical and comfortable- much more than pencil skirts. Who can eat a three-course dinner in them? I always feel like I can’t breath in body hugging skirts and dresses…

What type of skirts do you like? Full skirts or tight ones?


 

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