When a flare of sunlight brushes the glass windows during the day, one can simply not resist the sun’s beckoning to breathe in some afternoon fresh air outside. Granted, with enough work to do from home we grew accustomed to the intelligent lockdown in the Netherlands quickly. However, a brief jaunt around the city works wonders in keeping the mind prudent with a change of scenery from time to time. Even if it’s just a trip to get groceries, or a coffee to go, it’s an occasion to change from the habitual comfy homework wear. Isn’t it nice to feel like yourself again for a little while? In times like these, we more than ever agree with Nina Garcia: “style is an expression of who you are, and every time you dress, you are asserting a part of yourself”. While animal prints turn into a little fashion fad now and then, they never fully disappear from the limelight completely. Snake print is a trend that we will most likely never retire from, and we relish in the seasons that designers rediscover it and almost treat it like a neutral. Hence her head-to-toe orange snakeskin print featuring a shirt and matching culottes pants, accessorized with a Gucci Marmont belt bag and leather French beret. Flanked by his ensemble, featuring a shirt with abstract leaf print and classic indigo blue jeans.
Shirt: Zara // Jeans: River Island // Shoes: REHAB // Sunglasses: Saint Laurent
Shirt: Zara // Culottes: Zara // Heels: Zara // Beret: Topshop // Sunglasses: Zara // Beltbag: Gucci
Coffee To Go – Club des Belugas