White Denim & Contrast Stitching
Blazer: Vintage | Sunglasses: Croon Glasses | Top: H&M | Bag: Zara |
| Skirt: Primark | Boots: Zara |
I think you guys already know that I’m obsessed with neutrals and one toned colour pallets. Today, I’m wearing a white denim skirt with a printed top from H&M and a vintage oversized man’s blazer with a pinstripe. To complete the look, I’m wearing cream coloured knee-high boots from Zara, a neutral coloured bag from Zara and a pair of sunglasses from Croon Glasses. I love how the pieces go together and how the oversized blazers give a look a badass vibe.
But the reason I want to write this post is not that I want to tell you how much I love a neutral colour palette, because we all know, I do. I want to talk to you about two things I have seen a lot this season, white denim skirts and contrast stitching. I think they are both amazing trends that you need to integrate into your wardrobe.
This is why the denim skirt is my favourite piece from this outfit. I love a denim skirt, but I’m obsessed with the white ones that are trending. This one is from Primark and was under 20 euros. What I love about this skirt is that it has belt detail and contrast stitching. The dark brown stitching gives the skirt more dimensions and gives it depth.
I love contrast stitching and a white denim skirt, especially mixed into one piece of clothing. I linked my favourite white denim skirts down below. If you want to recreate this look, check out “Shop the look”.