07.05.2022 | Просмотров: 113
For quite a long time I wanted to write a post on how our appearance affects ourselves, and finally I got to the article, and my feet to Outlet Village Belaya Dacha, where I could find everything I needed - here is the most amazing concentration of stores from classics to sports with huge discounts - what else does a true shopaholic need? In fact, I almost babbled about the subject of the post, although the title makes it all clear.
I distinctly remember saying when I was 18 that even at 40 I would wear sneakers, ripped jeans, and "lumberjack shirts. Back then I thought that nothing could be cooler, and that I would thus be forever young and cheerful. It's not even halfway through the allotted time, and I can't see all these sweatshirts, jeans with huge holes in them (okay, okay, I have a couple) and the like anymore. I'm not going to say that I have my own distinctive style. My style is just forming and it will probably take me years to realize what makes me different from others, but right now I really love experimenting with my own image. To date, my tastes have started to change drastically, and just in the last year I've started wearing things I wouldn't have worn before.
Since I have a completely different closet, I realized a long time ago that how I feel depends a lot on what I'm wearing. Often I choose what I'm going to wear outdoors based not on the situation, but on who I want to be today, thereby shaping my mood and my day. I picked up three different looks at Outlet Village and I'll talk about how I feel in each one.
Shirt, blazer, jacket, pants: all HUGO BOSS.
I must confess that for 23 of the 24 years of my life I was convinced that classic clothes are wildly uncomfortable. After all the huge sweatshirts, it's hard to believe that a shirt and a jacket can also be comfortable, the main thing is to get your size and style right. As you can see from the photo I did what is not recommended - I lifted the collar of the jacket, thereby turning it into a semblance of a classic outerwear. As always, I'm not claiming anything and do what I like personally - I'm an artist, I see it that way.
As for my personal feelings, I want to note - despite the common beliefs of my peers, it's comfortable! I can feel how the clothes accentuate my figure, and honestly, my self-confidence is off the charts. When people walk by and look at you, you think, "Yes, that's me, and that's my suit, nice to meet you." Personally, I'm not a big fan of having a jacket and pants in the same color (although I did see an amazing green suit in a very correct shade not too long ago). Colors need to know how to match and wear, and if you have a problem with that, don't hesitate to ask a salesperson - the right colors will accentuate your character.
Shirt: TOMMY HILFIGER,
This image embodies my tastes in clothes more than any other, according to my personal feelings it suits me just perfectly. The combination of different styles (sometimes even not really combined) is my everything. I love classics, casual and something looser like an oversize cut, and I love combining it all together even more. As of late, I've come to love tucking anything I can into my pants, so a tucked-in shirt is the most common part of my casual look this fall for me. The Tommy Hilfiger shirt is extra proof of how the proverbial plaid can be paired with classic clothes. And the coat is just love! I don't like how short outerwear looks on my figure, so I always take something longer than my belt line. Lately I've been favoring knee-length coats, but it's impossible not to fall in love with this Kenzo coat (especially its peaked lapels). I also can't help but mention my new love for cropped pants, but this is my property purchased outside of Outlet Village. Anyway, I don't know what you will decide, but I just adore this look!
Jeans: CALVIN KLEIN,
Backpack: CALVIN KLEIN.
Another Kenzo piece in today's selection is a sweater, and it's a real find. Do you also have an association with the 90s? Despite the fact that I wear sizes S-M, I took the sweater, of course, XL. Voluminous sweaters and oversize cuts are the best that fashion has brought us in recent years. What's more, the oversize pieces fit almost all body types. I don't really like flashy and complicated prints, but a piece like this sweater would be a great addition to your basic closet. Talking about Calvin Klein jeans is like re-reading a story that everyone knows well. It's a classic of the genre that everyone knows about firsthand. If you can't find your perfect jeans, you're just looking in the wrong place. Walking into Calvin Klein I immediately came across a great selection of styles and colors (well just like a commercial all from the same 90's), so I spent exactly 10 minutes on the selection of jeans. I must say that now I rarely wear jeans, preferring pants. But if a "denim mood" arises, I want to be sure that my jeans will go with a coat or a white shirt - for me this is the main answer to the question "buy or not".