I don't know if you are already aware, but it's been nearly 2 months that Surf Addict Fashionista has changed platform and moved to http://surfaddictfashionista.com.
Just a reminder :)
I know I have promised you a giveaway, but there is so much going on these days. Last saturday tezenis and the calzedonia group organised a summer party at "Smart Park" with a complete summer mood, ice-cream and the presentation of the new collection. I chose to wear something casual yet comfy, summery and a little formal, so I wore my favourite metallic shorts from topshop, paired with the zara denim shirt, ancient greek style sandals by Kurt Geiger, billabong hat and paul smith sunglasses.
A new post is finally here embracing one my favourite trends these past couple of years, the double denim combo. Bought this denim shirt from zara the other day, which is completely soft and comfortable and I've been literally living in it since then.
So it's my birthday today as well and I would like to offer a thank you gift to one lucky reader. Stay tuned cause a giveaway is coming later on this week!
Skirts have been a favourite garment since forever, but I keep forgetting to actually wear them by wearing shorts during the whole summer. Bought this layered skirt -in this colour and fuchsia- from London 4-5 years ago and is finally making a comeback in my everyday wardrobe.
I've been wanting to post this outfit for such a long time now; I even wanted to wear it to the latest PFW in March -where I obviously didn't go. I decided to pair the hot pink suit with the topshop striped shirt and McQueen pumps to make a contrast.
hot pink suit: zara || striped shirt: topshop || pumps: alexander mcQueen || sunglasses: zara || watch: marc ecko || bracelet: topshop
I know many of you wouldn't like this outfit at all, but creating contrasts has always been a favourite way of expression for me and many of you might know that already. Pairing a very chic designer midi skirt with biker boots and a bands tee is a pretty weird combination and that's what style is all about for me.