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The Sequel

A couple of days ago, when I said that I found a formula to survive summer and that I’m basically wearing the same thing everyday just with different fabrics and colors, I meant it. I’m so into this cropped pant + cropped top + flat sandal thing that it just keeps coming to me. I’m thinking about throwing a boyfriend jean somewhere in there but it’s just too freakin hot for that right now. If I can find the perfect white linen tapered pants (I’ve been looking for 5 years, doesn’t seem like it’s gonna happen) everything is going to evolve around it. Until then, these Zara pants will do. . White knotted top Topshop (similar here & here) . Khaki cropped trousers Zara Studio (similar here & here) . Ivory fringe Jack slides Tibi (similar here & here)

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The Formula

I recently discovered the secret formula to conquer the world: wear a pair of comfortable pants, a cropped top and flat sandals – you’ll feel so good that you’d think you can do anything. I’ve been making different variations of this look for the past couple of weeks (you’ll see) and things don’t seem like they’re going to change anytime soon. PS: as you can see you don’t need a flat and only flat stomach and abs to wear crop tops, don’t believe anyone who tells you that. . Blue & white striped cropped top Zara (similar here & here) . Black tapered pants Zara (similar here & here) . Black slingback sandals ALDO (similar here & here)

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In The Studio

Yes, I did it. Not one week after I published a post about the new Zara Studio collection, I made my first purchase. In all fairness I dropped some hints about how I’m planning to buy the whole lookbook and eventually go bankrupt, but even I wasn’t expecting such speed from myself. In my defense though, how beautiful is this skirt? And the crazy thing is, if you don’t mind the slits opening up like rose petals every time there’s wind, it can be very well dressed down for daily wear, which is rule numero uno for me when buying something new. Now we’ll have to wait and see which Studio item is going to join the club next… (Camel pants, it’s the camel cropped pants). . White scoop neck tee Mango (similar here & here) . Black skirt with double slits Zara Studio (similar here & here) . Tan gladiator sandals Zara (similar here & here) . Mirrored sunglasses Mykita x Margiela by Vusunglass . Black leather ps11 mini bag Proenza Schouler (or get …

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Country Chic

I always love when I can put a blazer on an outfit that looks like I’m about to go to a farmer’s market and turn it into something more chic, the power of a boyfriend blazer is undeniable. I have this one for more than 6 years and I don’t know how many outfits it saved, from when I was working as a lawyer to summer nights in Montreal over a pair of denim shorts, from casual parties over a pair of skinny blacks to this exact look making my way too loose vintage pants urbanly acceptable. . Black linen boyfriend blazer Zara (similar here & here) . White tank top turned into a knotted front Topshop (similar here & here) . Ivory baggy pants Vintage (similar here & here) . Black oxfords Zara (similar here & here) . Black leather ps11 mini bag Proenza Schouler (or get it here & here) . Watch Daniel Wellington . Round sunglasses RayBan (or get it here)

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Soludosing

Soludosing, formerly known as espadrilling, is the new black this summer. Sure there are hundreds of brands with endless choices of espadrilles around but you have to be living under a rock to not have heard of Soludos yet (btw this is not a sponsored post or anything, I just really appreciate when one brand sort of becomes the monopoly of the season) and I’m a part of the clan now. . Black halter neck crop top Asos (similar here & here) . Khaki culottes Vintage (similar here & here) . Black & white classic espadrilles Soludos (similar here & here)