Cinetorial | Flamenco Moves

18. June 2018

Wearing: Ganni Tie Front Crop Top (old, but shop similar here and here), Erika Cavallini Ruffle Skirt (similar here and here), Mango Sandals (similar), Mango Statement Earrings (similar), Céline Sunglasses c/o Pretavoir (similar), and Jacquemus Le Sac Chiquito Bag (budget option here)

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A tie front crop top to show your belly button is a thing of the past, because the new way to wear it is with super high waisted jeans, trousers, or like in this case — this ruffled skirt that instantly makes me feel like a flamenco dancer.


ganni tie front crop top outfit

ganni tie front crop top outfit



ganni tie front crop top outfit

On this image:
Ganni Tie Front Crop Top, Erika Cavallini Skirt,
Mango SandalsCéline Sunglasses, Mango Earrings,
 and Jacquemus Le Sac Chiquito Bag



ganni tie front crop top outfit
ganni tie front crop top outfit
ganni tie front crop top outfit

I won’t deny ruffled skirts have been an obsession of mine during the past years, specifically after Ghesquiere’s last collection for Balenciaga. They make me instantly feel like dancing flamenco or even tango. And their dramatic shape goes so well with a tie front crop top, like this one from Ganni I bought last year. I made the rest of the look simple to let the skirt do the speaking and accessorized it with my Jacquemus mini bag and strappy mule sandals.

Wishing you all a great start of the week. x


P.S.: If you are looking for more summer outfit inspiration, check out this post.

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One response to “Cinetorial | Flamenco Moves”

  1. Loving this outfit! Especially that skirt! Great styling and thanks for sharing <3

    Millie x

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