Aug 30, 2010

Everything new is well-forgotten old

Fashion moves in cycles and nothing new is invented. I remember when I saw socks in heels for the first time about 15 years ago in a Versace ad campaign. Back then I found it really inspirational with the pale baby colors, crop tops and high waisted short skirts. Now I'm finding it even more exciting especially cause I could try it by myself.

Outfit: shirt and shorts Zara, belt Bershka, shoes Mango, sunglasses H&M.
Inspiration: Salvatore Ferragamo Fall 2010 (; socks in heels - Stockholm streetstyle (

Като повечето неща в живота и модата се движи на цикли и новото е добре забравеното старо, единствено с лека промяна в цветове и пропорции. Спомням си, когато видях за пръв път къси чорапи с токчета в рекламна кампания на Джани Версаче от преди повече от 15 години. Тогава ги намерих за особено вдъхновяващи комбинирани с бебешките цветове, изрязаните мохерни топове и метализираните къси поли с висока талия. Днес тази тенденция ме развълнува дори повече, защото най-накрая имам възможността да експериментирам с нея.


  1. I'm already planning on how to steal the leather shorts with chunky knits look! :o) Love it!


  2. The autumnal colorway is gorgous.Fits perfectly to the colorful autumn landscape.

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  4. I love socks with high heels, especially sandals!
    Good outfit, nice colors!

  5. Great post and so true. I sometimes bring things home and my mum makes a comment like i had someting like that when I was your age. I love how it is just tweaked to be new xoxo

  6. nice!:)

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  7. Great outfit-I can see you are starting an obsession with red color, same for me too. :) These socks into shoes really suit you.

  8. Gorgeous runway inspirations and look, darling!
    Love the turtleneck!


  9. Love the camel and red combo! So classic!


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