Monday 30 July 2018

The Workwear Edit | The Balmian inspired blazer dress

I will never ever be able to afford Balmain, or anything of the sort. I'll therefore have to revert to dupes, inspirations, and anything that slightly resembles the designer pieces. My style inspos range for the Josie Ldns to the Laura Blairs and Lydia Millen-Gordons. The latter being my shopping focus recently. The classy, classic, effortless style is something I've admired for a while, and I'm more aware of buying slightly more expensive but still high street pieces that will stand the test of time for a while. Today I bring you the blazer dress, inspired by my fashion gurus and the only designer I ever think of to produce such elegant items. 

The dress is pure white, with double breasted gold military style buttons down the middle. A tad see through so a nude or white cami dress wouldn't go a miss, but my shorter thin vest top worked wonders too. I paired it with this thick double ring best from Primark, but the trend has stayed with us for quite a while now and many brands are pumping them out as we speak. I love anything high waisted, so I'm more than happy to stab a few extra holes in and make it small enough for my waist, rather than hips. I added plain nude faux suede court heels and a quilted bag to tie the colours together. 

I absolutely adore this outfit for work, or a fancy evening on the town and am always on the look out for more Balmain inspired bits and bobs.

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  1. I too love high-waisted fashions! That Balmian Inspired Blazer Dress looks pretty and classy being worn by you, and it contrasts nicely with your beautiful hair. I love your outfit photos - they would look great in fashion magazines as they do here.

    P.S.: I just did my 1st post in over 10 months: National Underwear Day 2018, Panties in the News, Panty Modelling Fail, Thanks to Commenters


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