Lady Danger with Speedy 35 and LV Shawl in Monogram Denim

When it was still not as cold as it is now ( just two weeks ago!) I shoot this look.  I’m wearing my new  hitop trainers /boots by Jeffrey Campbell that I got at office HERE  Jeffrey’s creation is a modern take on simple trainer – he added gold metal toe cap and front plate detail with chain across the toe which resulted in something ” intergalactically” glamourous)  My trousers are from H&M current season and I love their 60’s pattern, they can be worn with heels to a night out or just be a perfect ” ingredient” for a casual look like mine . This jumper I got while in Spain and I adore its retro futuristic “back to the future” style print; it’s very 80’s and takes us back to the era of Sega Mega Drive games and nostalgic Star Wars episodes while its shiny sequin shoulder patches remind me of some flamboyant New Wave artists outfits. This piece can be easily paired with heels and clutch for a night out or trousers/jeans and boots for a casual day. For this outfit I used lots of my signature accessories and my LV Speedy 35 bag. ( my favourite one from my vast collection of bags) I love it for its classic design and Damier Ebene print, it makes a perfect combination with another Louis Vuitton creation – my gorgeous Monogram pattern shawl which is soft and warm due to its mixture of silk and wool. Signed Louis Vuitton Paris its style is very feminine, subtle and timeless and it’s just ideal for everyday use.

I’m busy this week with buying lots of presents for  my family and friends ( it seems to be a never-ending process) And, of course, I have a few more looks for you all to post this week before I fly away to celebrate the holidays in my home town.

 Coat : Zara 

Jumper : bought in small boutique  in Madrid 

Trousers : H&M 

Boots : Jeffrey Campbell HERE

Bag : Louis Vuitton Speedy 35 

Scarf : Louis Vuitton Monogram Denim 

Jewellery : Michael Kors, Swarovski, Thomas Sabo 

Fur pom pom bag charm: Futurocks HERE 

Bag Charm : Laduree  

Irena D 

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