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8… and something. Whatever! Don’t know what day is today. It’s just the day I decided to write this piece of article.
Dressing for Saturday on a Thursday morning. Good.
If Saturday equals for you with “couch potato” (if curious, this term appeared in the 70’s, in L.A), then there’s room for a pajama here! Even though the stylish jammies are not a new trend, I invite you to take a look below at the animal print kimono. Cinch it with a wide belt and wear it with classic trousers and black stilettos. Rest assured, your day will run smoothly!
If that’s too appropriate, there’s the sporty side of life. Nothings says chill better than a pair of check pants on a Thursday morning, right? Style them with a basic white T-shirt, cool sneakers and a shearling denim jacket. #officestyle to envy.
Dressing for Monday on a Saturday night. Uhum.
Do you remember those days when you leave for some meetings at 10 AM and get home at 11 PM? In the meantime, you decide you need a cocktail or two and check-in into a bar? All pencil skirted and stuff? Well, you can do it on purpose this time. Only that the pencil skirt can be latex and the shirt – a normal one worn backwards. Uhum.
Dressing for #tbt
I’d lie if I would say that my mother doesn’t know what on Earth this is. But still. Keeping things mysterious for those who never posted a #throwback. Let’s say you want to make a memory (like going to a party and enjoying it) but post your outfit on a random Thursday. Here is what you need to wear: a pristine white dress & glitter instead of shoes.
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Johanna Ortiz fw18 – main image.