A little bit ago, I did somewhat of an inventory of my wardrobe to sift through what to donate and what to keep—excluding jewellery I started to compile a list of knit and woven garments. Then, I analysed how many printed knitwear pieces I possessed.
I thought that I had a few Geo-printed cardigans, but it seems that I actually only own one. I was excited to wear this cardigan, although I wish it were long-sleeved instead of a three-quarter sleeve length. I wore this for running errands on a busy weekend, so comfy-chic, but warm was the goal.
For some reason, this chiffon scarf reminded me of my aunt who has loads of Bohemian jewellery, fabric, and curtains in an antique trunk that I used to love peruse. It’s not exactly because of the colour, but rather the length of the scarf and embellished tassels.
The wind loved this scarf, and it wasn't at all difficult to get a blowing effect—it was more difficult to capture the right angle. So, I gave up trying to unfold it as the wind blew strong, and just went with the flow. The result was a fun draped effect that was also blown in the wind.
I call this look the kitchen sink, although I think it somehow still works, even with all of the extra elements. I sort of felt nostalgic and brought back these trimmed bootstraps … remember those?
The goods: Geo-printed cardigan, Black and white necklace, and Printed scarf–c/o Oasap, Belt-Michael Kors, Boots-Dirty Laundry, Denim-Acne, Tee-H&M, Bootstraps-DIY, Eye frames-Coastal.
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