Now would be the perfect time to pull out the scarves, knee-high boots and puffer jackets but apparently, it's not going to happen in the next couple of weeks. The weather has been really nice in France. We have 23°C (73,4°F) almost every day. It’s not normal for the season but as a Parisian, I do appreciate it and I'll make the most out of it.
For today’s look, I have created a second-hand outfit that is super easy to achieve. I’m wearing a lavender suede shirt from a French brand called Sinéquanone. The fabric is soft, lightweight and easy to throw on. The oversized button-down shirt is a great layering piece for transitional weather. I left the buttons undone for a more relaxed fit. I bought it last August for 2,85 euros. I have layered a black ribbed sweater underneath. I wear it often these days because it’s not too thin and not too thick. It’s a good wardrobe staple that can be paired with anything. I thrifted it last year for 1,50 euros.
I recently went to a flea market and found this pair of real leather pants. There was no tag on it but I knew right away it would fit me (size 38). It’s a great investment piece that only cost me 13 euros. I’ll treasure for a very long time. I completed the look with a pair of clear pointy heels. I can't remember the price but I’m sure it wasn't more than 20 euros. They aren't thrifted. Lastly, I accessorized my outfit with silver rings and a turquoise clutch from Amazon (30 euros). I wasn't sure at first but the combination of lilac and blue works particularly well. I'll definitely try to use more contrasting colors in my next looks.
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