Classic White Touch


My fashionistas, I’m happy to be back home from our week-long road trip in Norway and embrace the last few days of English Summer before we leave again for a new destination in Autumn. In this post, I am sharing a look I sported with classic white touch during my recent holiday in Norway. Usually we choose and pick  a place to shoot outfit posts but it will not be untrue if I say that because this place looks like a scene from Hansel & Gretel, I didn’t want to miss the opportunity to do a quick shoot before we hit the road again for our next destination to Bergen.  This courtyard of our holiday cottage Byrkjedalstunet in where we stayed for a couple nights, is situated in the lap of mountain range, literally in the middle of nowhere but somewhere in between Stavanger and Lyseboten. This place is just like a miniature ‪‎Norway‬! It is amazing what you can create when you dare to look beyond grass and rock. Hoping you would love this fairytale lookalike land as much as I did while I was being photographed wandering over the private cottages, its adjacent garden – a home for poultry and exotic sheep, breathtaking flora & fauna, water stream flowing through rocky river and lush greenery.

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To really embody that chic casual yet classic style, I wanted to keep my look clean, but with a special touch, and navy blazer can do just the thing! In fact, it’s added to make this look stand out! This classic all-white look can be somewhat monotonously pious, but it’s quite versatile and I like to embrace it in my wardrobe in this time of the year because it is so clean and sophisticated. I think wearing white shirt paired with a fitted chinos is an easy way to give any look a bit more edge and resilience, especially in the warmer months when we lean more towards those light and comfortable looks. I don’t think I could ever wear it from head to toe (unless it’s a dress), but simply adding a tailored satin blazer can enhance a simplistic outfit automatically. What made this blazer stand out from the rest is, the striped sleeves inside-out. This type of blazer tends to give off a polished, more classy feeling, but I like that it can be made to look soft and feminine when paired with a gladiator sandals and a messenger bag. I always have a lot of fun experimenting with making my outfit a little more special and this sort of piece does just that. It’s the perfect look for a day outside in beautiful sunny yet chilly-ish weather and it can be worn from day to night. Then to punch up the sophistication, minimalistic jewelleries always come in handy. A cold Summer in Norway doesn’t mean you can’t still have some edge to your outfit. If you are going to give this white touch a try, have fun with it!

Classic White Touch

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Camouflage
Camouflaging game full on

Classic White Touch

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Camouflage
Match-oh-much

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Giving company to my friends from previous life
Giving company to my friends from previous life

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Camaraderie with the candle king
Camaraderie with the candle king

What Was I Wearing?

Zara White Fitted Chinos

Zara White Shirt

Zara Messenger Bag

River Island Satin Blazer

Barratts Glaiator Sandals

Zariin Ring & Bracelet

Michael kors Rosegold Watch

Miu Miu Cat Eye Sunglasses

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