I am currently lucky to enjoy two weeks off from work and three days already passed by so quickly as I had a lot of stuff that summed up during the past weeks to catch up on. But yay, I am almost finished with everything, so let the real relaxing time begin. Now! To all those of your who are already back to work after their holidays, I wish you all a super relaxing weekend – let’s hope for good weather!
As you probably recognized in plenty of my outfits I shared during the whole spring/summer season, I am totally, I mean T-O-T-A-L-L-Y, in love with boho inspired outfits. I actually always adored this kind of styling but never as crazily much as I do this summer. I can barely take off my crochet shorts, wide arm blouses (could wear this Maje blouse every single day. really.), hats, patterned maxi dresses and not to forget my newest finds: this amazing combo of a simple black denim skirt and the ultimate black denim vest that I have been searching since the beginning of the warm season here in Switzerland!
Do you know the problem when you have a very specific garment in mind, strolling through dozens of stores and spend hours scrolling through online shops, but no one it as close to your imagination as it has to be? Well, I actually know it pretty well as to me it happens definitely too often. Same was with that black denim vest I had in mind. I was looking for a perfect fit, pretty buttons, preferably breast pockets on both sides, some kind of a collar at the neckline and frayed hem where the sleeves miss. Well, quite many criteria for a simple black denim vest, huh? But guess what, even it’s almost the end of summer, I finally found it on the Street-One online shop and as chance would have it I also spotted this matching black denim skirt. Unfortunately I am terribly bad in finding the right size, especially for bottoms as my waist is pretty slim but my hips rather wide, therefor I ordered in two sizes to keep only the fitting on in the end – free shipping and returns. Hell yeah! That’s how we love online shopping, don’t we?