Friday, 29 November 2013

Sweater & Tulle

Ever since my childhood dreams of becoming a ballerina* didn't come to fruition (mostly because I grew tits. and ass.), I was determined to at least walk around swathed in tulle at any given opportunity. So what if I wasn't going to grace Bolshoi stage dressed in tulle tutu;  I can simply wear yards of sequined tulle on the streets of London without anyone batting an eyelid.
In my head, tulle goes with everything...denim, tweed, wool....everything. I combined it here with cozy woolen sweater and my new fave bag.  Still sporting bare legs too (one would think I was born in Newcastle, no?)

*I also dreamed of becoming a Hollywood actress and an international pop star. Alas I cannot act. And I most definitely cannot sing. But let's leave those confessions for another time.

I wore:
Sweater: Zara
Tulle skirt: Stella Forest
Shoes: ASOS
Bag: Rebecca Minkoff

Lips: Sleek "Baby Doll"
Nails: Ciate "Cookies and cream"


Carelia Moran said...

What a gorgeous skirt!! Your boots are the perfect edgy/tough touch…looking good my friend.

Cold Weather? Get a Puffer Coat! New post in the blog.

Lindsey Louise Bales said...

oh my goodness, i'm so in awh over that amazing skirt! it looks wonderful!

lindsey louise

Kiwi Fashion Blog said...

This is a beautiful skirt! I understand about ballet because I experienced the same thing! My body started it chsnge into a way that's "inappropriate" for a dancer (aka puberty comes with curve)!

Sue said...

Love it all. The skirt is just beautiful and wonderfully paired with the jumper. And you are just a funny (as in ha ha) lady.

Born in Newcastle. Hilarious.

anne said...

Haha to the Newcastle reference and ditto to the reasons why ballet wasn't on the cards for me either. I love the skirt-jumper combo, and the shoes really suit you. Gorgeous mixture of ballet and biker in this outfit :)

M.Abramović said...

ovo mi je tako dobro :))) odusevljena sam.

Kristina said...

@kiwi, yep...exactly that

Kristina said...

@sue...I'm trying to give Geordies a run for their money. No way I will be beaten on bare legs/no coat issue. Let's see how long I last :D

Maiken said...

well, that's definitely a special skirt. even like a dream skirt. which is only correct when I think about what you wrote about ballet.

Maikeni blogi - part of me

ginger said...

Ajme ova suknja <3

Heather Fonseca said...

Love your tulle underskirt! It looks amazing. Like you I love tulle, but I don't have nearly enough of it in my closet.

A. said...

divna, i suknja, i ti :)

fashmr paul said...

What a gorgeous skirt !!

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