Outfit | C/meo Collective Waistcoat + Front Split Pants + Skinny Scarf + Flat Mules

27. March 2016

fashion-landscape.com | C/meo Collective Waistcoat + Front Split Pants + Skinny Scarf + Flat Mules

Wearing: Cmeo Collective Waistcoat (coming soon, but find great alternatives here), Cmeo Collective Front Split Pants (coming soon, but find great options here) both c/o C/meo Collective, Céline Marta Sunglasses c/o SmartBuyGlasses, Zara Flat Mules (shop similar here and here), ASOS Bodysuit (find similar here), and a Chloé Georgia Bag c/o Monnier Frères

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White? For spring? Groundbreaking. Still, it’s the best time to wear it. That’s why I couldn’t wait to finally show you this Cmeo Collective waistcoat. I styled it with matching trousers with a front split detail and wore a body underneath. The skinny scarf finishes the look and adds some contrast and playfulness to the whole, as my neck would otherwise be too bare for my taste.

The flat mules combined with the front split detail makes the outfit very casual and comfy for the warmer springer days. However, for the colder days, you can add more layers beneath, like for instance, a turtleneck and sneakers.

Wishing you all a Happy Easter and hope you are enjoying your weekend. x


Weiß? Für den Frühling? Bahnbrechend. Trotzdem gibt es keine bessere Zeit dafür. Deshalb konnte ich kaum darauf warten, diese C/meo Collective Weste zu tragen. Ich habe sie mit passenden Hosen mit einem Schlitz-Detail vorne kombiniert. Da ich unten einen Body trage, finde ich, dass mein Nacken zu frei ist. Aus diesem Grund trage ich einen Skinny-Schal, der dem Look Kontrast und Verspielheit gibt.

Die flachen Pantoletten in Kombination mit den Schlitz-Hosen machen den Look lässig und ideal für die wärmeren Frühlingstage. Für die kühleren Tagen kann man die Weste jedoch zu Sneakers und einem Pulli tragen.

Ich wünsche Euch allen eine frohe Ostern und ich hoffe, ihr genießt das Wochenende!


¿Blanco para la primavera? ¡Revolucionario! Sin embargo, no hay temporada más ideal para llevarlo. Por eso no podía esperar más para mostraros este chaleco de C/meo Collective. Lo he combinado con pantalones del mismo color con corte frontal. Bajo el chaleco llevo un body, lo cual deja mi cuello al descubierto. Por esta razón llevo un fular fino, el cual le agrega contraste y un toque muy chic al look.

El detalle de las pantuflas combinadas con el pantalón con corte al frente le da un aire casual al conjunto, que además es muy cómodo. Para los días más fríos de la primavera podéis combinar el chaleco con un jersey y zapatillas deportivas.

Os deseo felices Pascuas y espero estéis disfrutando al máximo del fin de semana.

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