I hope you're doing well. For my first transitional look, I went to les arènes de Lutèce (ancient name of Paris). This historical place is a Roman theater that was built during the 1st century. It's quiet and very peaceful.
I like combining old pieces with new ones. This entire outfit is thrifted. Only the bag and the shoes are brand new. I have started my look with a black blazer. I have already styled it here and here. I got it for only 5 euros. I wanted to break the look with a vibrant pastel color so I opted for this baby blue knitted sweater. (5 euros).
You may have noticed that Bermuda shorts are having a moment right now. It's a classic piece that can be worn on multiple occasions. I got it for 3 euros! I remember the day I bought it, I was actually looking for a mom jeans. When you go thrift shopping you never know what you are going to find. That's what makes it so exciting!
I completed the look with modern accesories and shoes. I found this cute baguette bag on Asos. I'm obsessed with the pastel color and faux crocodile skin. I bought it last month during a flash sale (10 euros).
I finished off the look with mid-calf boots most commonly known as combat boots. I got them for 34 euros. They are super comfortable. I have been wearing them non-stop. I found them in a small shop at Les Halles (1st arrondissement). In total, I spent 57 euros for this look.
Scroll down to see how you can easily incorporate vintage pieces into your everyday looks.
*shot before the second national lockdown.