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Classics: Chanel & White Shirt

Jeans Topshop, sandals Boohoo, shirt Zara (old), bag Chanel, watch Michael Kors

It's bee a while since I've planned an outfit for a photo shooting session. Most of them over the last year have been in promptu photo sessions while I'm on my way to somewhere. And despite all the planning, as I was rushing out of the house, I forgot to bring all the pieces I intended to wear with this outfit. So improvisation was the next logical step. The location I chose also didn't turn out to be as photogenic as I had planned, but it will do just fine. 

It's a simple outfit of jeans and a white shirt. I bought these high waist, two tone jeans from Topshop not too long ago. I have been looking a long time for a pair of high waist jeans. I don't have pronounced hips or pronounced small waist (whichever way you want to take it) so most of them end up making me look like a column with no curves. Even when I'm going for a more tomboyish look, I still like to feel feminine (I know that makes no sense), so ill fitting jeans will not do. I also did not want to look like a soccer mom from the 80s, no matter what fashion world dictates. Not every trend works for every body! I fell in love with this pair on the first try. You may feel a little odd trying on these types of jeans in the beginning, especially after having worn skinnies for so many years. But if  you love the style, try different options and different stores before you find a pair that fits you perfectly. You may look better in high waist skinnies, or high waist crops like these or even high waist flares. Choose what you feel good in and you will shine. 

White shirts and a classic Chanel are....well classic. Nuff said. 

Ciao!

Sasha <3

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