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On Point

On Point

The Fashion Medley | On PointCream oversized sweater Topshop (similar here & here) // white shorts Mango (similar here & here) // grey wool coat Zara (very similar here & here) // black bag Matraş (similar here & here) // black pointed croc effect loafers Mango (or awesome alternatives here & here & here)

Sometimes (or, a lot, actually) I’m too obvious with my titles. Last week I was wearing track pants which made me on track, today I’m wearing pointiest shoes of my life (besides the weird kitten heel pointed toe slingback I wore to my highschool prom…) so I’m very much on point. One thing I like about myself is how I recycle my clothing, still wearing the same stuff I bought 5 maybe 8,10 years ago (sweater 5 years old, shorts are around 3) – that doesn’t stop me from being a shopaholic none the less. That’s one thing I don’t like about myself. Case in point: I don’t think I’ll keep on wearing these loafer / slippers but I bought them anyway. Don’t resist it, you’re going to do it too.

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Black Out

Black Out

The Fashion Medley | Black OutBlack dress Nasty Gal (or very similar here & here) // black high heel sandals Stradivarius (similar here & here) // clear sunglasses Spitfire (similar here & here) // silver sculptural ring Antik Tuğra (similar here & here)

Yay me for wearing all black for the second time in my entire life, though a dress doesn’t leave much the imagination but to choose a pair of shoes (%90 of which are black around here) and accessorizing. Gimmick no 1: clear sunglasses. No 2: a colorful anklet which is a souvenir of the lovely summer I had, along with the tan (which is probably to last around 2 weeks, no more). You can say I’m closing the summer scene while mourning humorously, whatever that is.

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On Track

On Track

The Fashion Medley | On TrackWhite ribbed sweater Zara (similar here) // grey textured peg pants ASOS (similar here & here) // black sandals Zara (similar here & here) // black tote H&M (very similar here & here) // sunglasses Spitfire

I understand now what I couldn’t understand before; sweaters with sandals, coats with bare legs and all of the other quirky combinations of clothing are what you end up doing when the weather is a little schizophrenic: rainy but hot hours after a terribly cold morning with sunshine. PS: after using a small satchel for decades, I literally couldn’t fill my new tote. It’s empty.

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Last of Summer

Last of Summer

The Fashion Medley | Last of SummerDraped asymmetrical top Nasty Gal (similar here & here) // black bustier Topshop (similar here) // black ripped jeans Topshop (similar here & here) // black sandals Stradivarius (similar here & here) // sunglasses Spitfire

I’m actually fooling myself by saying the last of summer, as if it was still warm enough to be summer – it was already fall in Turkey but as of today it’s 10 degrees in Montreal. The heating is on, polar robes and winter slippers are out. Soon you’ll be witnessing this top layered with a sweater (and just a  little later with a sweater and a coat). Goodbye vitamin D, my body is going to miss you.

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It’s Official

It’s Official

The Fashion Medley | It's OfficialWhite wool sweater Zara (similar here & here) // black asymmetrical pleated skirt Zara (similar here & here) // black Converse All Stars // black leather backpack Onna Ehrlich // sunglasses Spitfire

As much as I try to deny it and prove otherwise, fall has officially arrived. In fact it arrived to Canada mid-August but I’m talking about a real humane climate – if it’s fall in Turkey, it’s fall everywhere. Though I very much enjoyed wearing my beloved new huge wool sweater even after the sun came out which is ridiculous since I’m gonna have to wear it for the next 12 months of Montreal winter.

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#LeVoyage

#LeVoyage

The Fashion Medley InstagramAs you can guess from the lack of posts, I’ve been on my summer vacation (which means I went to Turkey) and became a tourist in my own home – which basically is the most wonderful feeling ever. I am updating my Instagram frequently so if you are curious about where I’ve been / what I’m doing and want to see the wonders of Turkey (or #comeseeturkey, as Instagram calls it) follow me on Instagram. Click to see more of mes photos du voyage.

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