Wannawear | Peach And Beige

4. May 2018

jacquemus le haut salvador top

Featured: Jacquemus Le Haut Salvador Top, Jacquemus La Spirale Earrings, Nehera Wrapped Pants, Cult Gaia Straw Bag, Jeffrey Campbell Curtis Woven Mules, Kayu Crete Wicker Clutch, Larsson & Jennings Watch, and Chimi Sunglasses



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.

Wishing you a happy Friday. x

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2 responses to “Wannawear | Peach And Beige”

  1. I wish that top was a dress – would be soo so perfect for wedding season!!

    XX from Germany
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    • Laura Dittrich says:

      Hey, happy to see you over here, babe. What about layering it on top of a midi white A-line skirt in a lush fabric and pairing it with heels? This kind of top looks good layered also on skirts, not only pants. I think I saw a dress somewhere in this color, if I see it again I’ll let you know. Happy Sunday xx

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