Sources:Vogue.com, Vogue Ukraine, Vogue China, Marie Claire UK, Marie Claire Italia, Rika Magazine, MNZ Store, Jacquemus.com, Totokaelo, and Tumblr.
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It’s no wonder Jacquemus La Bomba, a.k.a. his Spring Summer 2018 collection, seems to be a major source of inspiration for magazine fashion editorials this summer. The reason? It’s pretty much self-explanatory. The collection epitomizes summer vibes with its huge straw hats, strappy sandal galore, and super sexy slinky dresses. The clothes alone transport you to Cuba or some Caribbean island getaway with its easy breezy styles.
Since these images have been bombarding my Tumblr as of late (not complaining, since I can’t stop staring at them), I thought I’d share them with you guys for some major summer inspo goals.
Inspired by Jacquemus SS 2018 collection’s color palette, I’ve created this look combining two key colors this season: terracotta and beige. If you are looking for wide leg pants outfit ideas to wear this season, opt for a belted blazer to add balance to the dramatic proportions of the pants and in order to create a feminine silhouette.
Wearing: Isa Arfen Off The Shoulder Dress (similar here), Zara Wide Leg Pants (find alternatives here and here), Erika Cavallini Woven Mules (similar here and here), Zara Straw Bag (other options here and here), Le Specs The Last Lolita Cat Eye Sunglasses (cheaper option here), and a Zara Wide Brim Straw Hat (similar here)
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If you ever tire of your summer dresses, no problem, because you can layer them over literally any bottom: jeans, skirts, other dresses, etc. Take a look at this example with this Isa Arfen off the shoulder dress and how I’ve styled it.
We all know monochromatic outfits are a fail-safe way to appear slimmer and taller. It gives the appearance of a long, lean line from head to toe. A great example of the latter is this beige linen suit outfit, where perspex sandals add extra length to the silhouette.
Natural textures against minimal interiors add warmth and create an inviting atmosphere to a home, pampas grass being no exception. You couldn’t have missed a bouquet of this dried grass embellishing a still life, flat lays, indoor outfits, or sideboard interior details on Instagram. However, there are tons of ways you can use it to decorate your home.
Contrary to popular belief, pampas grass decor is not exclusive to weddings or boho homes. This trend has proven to add even more sophistication to a luxe minimal interior.
Prepared to be stunned and find below the most beautiful pampas grass decor ideas for your home to try now.
They have not only become a trademark of the label, but the dramatic silhouette of the Ellery flared pants have become iconic in their own right. The best thing about them? Unlike 70’s bell bottoms, they will never go out of style.
My peach obsession started a little while back, even though I’ve been wearing warmer tones more often over the past year. Not that I will ever tire of wearing black, white, and grey, because they have always been my colors of choice. However, if I think about it, I’ve always been obsessed with Santa Fé and adobe architecture, so that would probably explain why I have rediscovered my love for these earthy tones, even though I never really wore them before in my life, but I used to design buildings in these colors.
This Jacquemus Le Haut Salvador Top is the perfect layering piece you need for spring with its peach color and maxi design. Pair it with beige tones and mix the minimal and clean lines with natural fibers such as straw to finish the look.
All you need in your wardrobe this summer are woven mules, linen jackets, straw hats, terracotta, earthy tones, and all sorts of natural summer textures to embrace the new easy breezy soft minimal aesthetic.