STYLING UP AND DOWN; 2 WAYS TO WEAR A PRINTED MIDI SKIRT PAUL SMITH X FENWICK

Hi my lovelies,

I hope y’all are safe and sound. The weather has been glorious these past few days. After having constantly rain it was about time to let the sun shine or at least not have any rain. The weather was so much better yesterday then today if I’m honest but I can’t complaint. Nonetheless I have fall on my mind. But first sharing my last summer looks.

I was so excited when Fenwick contacted me to tell me about their new collaboration with Paul Smith, and you know how much I love British fashion.

Drawing on inspiration from Paul Smith’s own extensive archives which reflect back on his travels and his enthusiasm for collecting, offers a capsule collection of print-focused separates for both men and women.

Illustrated in a hand drawn style, the prints are found as contrast repeat motifs across separates or lining a suit jacket, a signature Paul Smith look. Designs include musical instruments, flowers and toys and represent a playful aesthetic often associated with Paul Smith collections.


I’ll link each piece below the photos, I hope y’all enjoy this new series of 2 ways styling 🙂 Make sure to check my reels wearing the midi skirt on my Instagram as well. 

Love,

Virgit xXx

In collaboration with Fenwick x Paul Smith, Christina jewelry , the blogger programme and the Alnwick Garden

Photography by Gemmaslittleworld

I’m so happy to be styling this midi skirt in 2 different ways, although I am SURE you will see me wear it in many other ways on my Instagram account.
The easiest way to styled is with white trainers, and I think most of us have white trainers in their closet am I right?. A simple white boyfriend shirt and you are done comfy and stylish at the same time.

Let’s appreciate this beauty Diamond Ring with One Large White LG Diamond, I have to be honest that every time I have bought jewelry from other brands, I always have to resized to a Uk J my actual size ” child size” haha ;p they never have my size, my fingers are just so thin and Christina Jewelry are the first brand that fits like a glove.
Some women wait for their love one to gift them a diamond ring when they proposed, I’m a kind of person who love to spoiled myself and not wait for any man to gift me a diamond ring, if you can treat yourself.
Why not! right, what is your opinion in this subject?

WHAT I WAS WEARING:


Boyfriend shirt: The white company


Printed midi skirt: Paul Smith x Fenwick


Snapshot bag: Marc Jacobs sold out but similar HERE and HERE


Diamond ring: Christina Jewelry


Trainers: LuLu Guinness similar ones HERE


Watch: Michael Kors
Dressing it up an easy way to make this outfit look so much lady like even though I liked it in each way, when I invest in a designer garment I imagine in my mind how I will style it with garments that I already own in my wardrobe.
I’m wearing an old Closet London denim top with a vintage scarf brooch and Topshop scrappy sandals. I love mixing designer brands with high street brands. The key is to mix and matching with colours.
Have you checked the rest of the collection already ?

WHAT I WAS WEARING:

Denim top: Closet London old but similar HERE and HERE

Printed midi skirt: Paul Smith x Fenwick

Snapshot bag: Marc Jacobs sold out but similar HERE and HERE

Watch: Kapten & Son

Strappy heels: TopShop Sold out but similar HERE and HERE

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