Wannawear | The Golden Touch + End Of Sales Favorites

21. July 2018

Featured: Caroline Constas Off The Shoulder Top (similar), Khaite Wide Leg Pants (similar), Zyne Braided Mules (similar), Staud Moreau Bag (similar), She Made Me Bikini Top and Bottom (similar), Madewell The Post Leather Wallet (similar), Larsson & Jennings Watch, Crap Eyewear Sunglasses, Kilian Playing With The Devil Eau De Parfum, Reihard Hats Woven Straw Headband, and a Jacquemus Bomba Hat (alternatives here and here)

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Look no further than adding natural touches to a minimal look for maximum summer vibes. White and golden beige is a color combo I can’t stop wearing this season and which embodies summer, in my opinion.

By the way, it’s that time of the year again when you can shop what you’ve been coveting all season long for up to 70% less. Here are some of my sales favorites:

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3 responses to “Wannawear | The Golden Touch + End Of Sales Favorites”

  1. Rena says:

    Love all the wonderful summerly picks!
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

  2. Arabella Wright says:

    These are all the perfect some neutrals! Thanks for putting them all together


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