You know sometimes you umm and ahh over a certain garment for ages, because it’s expensive, or it’s made with a delicate material, or it’s white and you are forever spilling food on yourself, or like me, it’s all of the above! And that garment in question is my white Lover leather tee, but it’s worth all the investment and all the risk. So far I’ve managed to not spill any food on it yet (touch wood) and I’ve also managed to get lots of compliments whenever I wear the top. Winning at life!
Flared pants on the other hand brings back memories from the early 90s, when the guys wore baggy cargo jeans (do you remember those?? oh the horror!!) and the girls wore stretchy black flared pants. Then came the skinny jeans and I pretty much forgot the existence of flared pants and how flattering they can be, especially on someone like me who has a bit of a curve. This burgundy pair from ASOS is a great update for this winter and it’s also on sale! Always wear them with big heels though, no matter if you are a shortie like me, or a Gisele like model, A) you can get away with it and B) it really helps to balance the outfit and accentuate the flare.
Nadia wears: Sportsgirl jumper, Lover skirt, Alexander Wang boots, Damir Doma beanie and ASOS bag.
Nadia is not just one of my favourite faces to photograph, but also one of my great friends. Always honest, fun and forever stylishly head to toe in black. Somewhat of an anomaly in Sydney, but that just makes both me and my camera love her even more. When one’s wearing all black, colour is taken out of the equation and what’s left is actually the freedom to play on textures and shapes. So really wearing all black only makes for a richer outfit.