Love Aesthetics

May 27, 2014


love aesthetics tied 02

love aesthetics possibilities 04

coat / made by me
cami / Tibi
shorts / vintage Adidas (similar)
socks / Nike
shoes / Nike Air Max’14
bracelet / Maison Martin Margiela

/ Thoughts on tying
Tying sweatshirts and jackets around your waist is such a convenient solution when the weather is unpredictable. It gives the possibility to take an extra layer with you without having to bring a large bag to carry your outerwear in if you chose tot take it off. Now, I never really considered to apply this trick to longer overcoats, but last weekend I found out that longer outerwear can be even cooler to tie around your waist than a short jacket, shirt or sweatshirt.

/ Thoughts on camisoles
Though I love the effortless look of loose camisoles, I’ve always had a hard time wearing them. Somehow they do don’t do one of the most essential things that a piece of clothing should do; provide proper coverage. I feel like I can’t move in them without showing off too much skin, let alone find charming underwear to wear underneath, I’m not a big fan of visible bra layering. However, this silk one from Tibi is cut to perfection. Featuring a higher neckline that doesn’t show any cleavage and it is made from double layered silk, which allows you to wear it without a bra.

14 responses to “NEW POSSIBILITES”

  1. Wauw, supermooi! Looooove that first outfit with the Adidas shorts, babe! <3



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  2. Wow, this outfit is amazing and I love the coat. I’ve been looking to find a coat like that or even try attempt to make one but I’m pretty sure it would go wrong.

  3. Aron says:

    That is a muji coat, do not lie!

  4. Lili says:

    I only recently found your blog and I have to say, it’s incredibly inspiring! I feel like I have been looking for this blog my whole life and finally found it hahaha Thank you for keeping it clean, simple, and fresh!

  5. ivaniacarpio says:

    No dear Aaron, it isn’t.
    Perhaps it looks similar in the pictures but it is very different.
    It is not a plastic rain coat, it’s made from two layers of mesh fabric that I attached to one another which creates this stiff plastic-like structure, it doesn’t have a collar and the fit is very different.

    here’s another post where I’m wearing this coat where you can see the details better

    and here’s the muji coat

  6. Noor says:

    You could wear anything and look chic, love it.

  7. Sarah says:

    I never thought about wearing a longer coat! Brilliant. Plus I think it would feel a bit like a ball gown without all of the overly theatrical puffiness, which would be fun.

  8. Greta Gale says:

    Stunning photographs – I love the idea of a longer overcoat tied around the waist, it looks so chic & effortless

    Love, Greta

  9. Allanah says:

    I love the styling here, you are clearly very talented 🙂

  10. Thea says:

    Where can I buy the Nike shoes you are wearing?
    And btw, I love what you are doing with your blogs, you inspire me a lot.
    Keep on the good work!

  11. Alex says:

    Do you have any description of how you made that coat? The shape is perfect and I´ve been searching for something like it forever!

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