As a self declared pro-procrastinator, there is nothing I hate more than waking up to realise that I literally procrastinated so hard that I now have ~5 minutes to get dressed. No, okay, no there is 1 thing that I hate more than the “I have nothing 2 wear + y am i like this?!” panic and that is watching Carrie continuously go back to Big knowing very well that shit won’t work out until, like, the last movie so y even lord?!
But back to my initial point and as a friend of mine rightful mentioned in the previous post having staple pieces helps. Having a visual concept also helps and Olive Clothing has both.
P.s. You have countless choices to make in this life, please don’t be a Carrie. Ever. Choose Charlotte or literally anyone else. Extras included. Or whatever, the choice is yours. But y’know…Now back to attempting to fit revisions, research for group work meetings, driving, traffic, social and family time in less than 24 hours, because it’s OK to fail whilst dressed tastefully.
Spring Summer 2015 at Elie Saab’s ready-to-wear is in abstract and striped patterns that colorful echo blues and a golden zest.
Drawing attention with the predominant silky-foulard material, this collection also inlcudes lace. While used discretely in some pieces it is inserted to bring a playful theme to some pieces whereas in others it is tastefully used alone, overall adding levels of innate delicacy in all its feminity.
Gold, an element seen repeatedly in this collection, is used for jewelry or again on the chain straps of the bags. For those with a darker preference, the collection includes a variety of dark themed items, ranging from jewelry to ready to wear pieces. Meanwhile, remaining close to the blue-dive theme, I note a hint of blue in the make-up and stone choice in the jewelry which are both to die for.
I found this gem of a collection hidden in my drafts and fell in love with it all over again. Its minimalistic appeal embodies the most sublime details and variety in terms of fabrics, cuts and layering, making this collection entirely to die for.