How to create a vintage look for the office



Good afternoon,
 
I hope everyone's doing well. After an unconventional summer, school has officially started last Monday and parents are physically going back to work. Bars and restaurants are open with adapted measures and public events of more than 5,000 people are banned until further notice. Once again, stay safe. Take care of yourself and your family.


I haven't been able to post new looks because the weather has been particularly gloomy and rainy lately. I was finally able to shoot this look last Wednesday. For those who are done with Zoom meetings and officially going back to work, I've prepared a vintage look for the office. It's minimalist and efficient. If you're looking for unique pieces, you should definitely go thrift shopping. I have been on the hunt for the perfect yellow blazer for the longest time. I was happy to finally find one in a small vintage store in Paris. I usually gravitate towards bright colors because it suits my skin tone really well. To add a little touch of femininity, I decided to wear it as a top. I knew from the get-go that I wouldn't find the matching bottom and that's totally fine. I don't mind mixing different pieces, colors and textures together.  It only cost me 8 euros. I found this beige pantsuit in another vintage store in the suburb of Paris. I have already styled this menswear piece right here. It was super affordable, I got it for 5 euros. To complement this look, I added a handmade shell bracelet, a clear wooden handle bag from Shein (12 euros) and a pair of yellow strappy sandals from Primark (14 euros). Scroll down to see more details of this vintage minimalist look.


















0 commentaire

Posts récents

Voir tout