Having a strong penchant for top-to-toe black (or white, grey or khaki) as I do, I am increasingly
drawn to more interesting and off-beat silhouettes as a way to break up the monotony of
mono-tonal dressing (I went there).
Unapologetically oversized silky layers combined with uneven-hemmed pants that could be a
skirt and shoes that are almost a loafer but more of a mule is what we have this time around,
topped off with the usual essentials and undone hair.
Not unlike a high-end pyjama set, I will admit, though again it's that off-beat quality that strikes
my interest nowadays - that sense of 'what precisely is she wearing...?' that I hope to conjure up
for others that keeps things interesting for everyone.
Non-trend-based, instinctual style is the aim of the game now, so here's to shaking things
up one question mark at a time.
Photos by Hannah Roche.
shirt: Haider Ackermann (+ similar here) . culottes: Bassike (+ budget option here) . blazer: Dries Van Noten (very similar here) .
bag: Givenchy 'Antigona' . loafers: Winston Wolfe (similar here) . watch: Larsson & Jennings . sunglasses: Ray-Ban