Love Aesthetics

April 6, 2017

WEARING / ATTACHMENT

























(almost)Invisible sandals / Public Desire
jacket / Hugo menswear
dress / Two
bag / Aetelier
images by Romeo











Clothes are the objects/products/stuff that is closest to us, on our bodies at almost all times. They become an extension of your identity.
But clothes for me can also be the *things* with most meaning and love attached to them.


/ Why purchase a ‘menswear inspired’ blazer when you can steal borrow an actual men’s blazer from your boyfriend (or friend / brother / grandfather). In his size and shoulder width and with his scent as an extra bonus. It is like wearing a hug.

/ The dress, I left it at my friend Giuliano’s house months ago and forgot about it. Giuliano happens to be in charge over at Two, where he alters secondhand garments into fantastic new pieces. The dress made its way back to me as a surprise in a new and improved form, with exposed black lock stitches.

/ As for the bag, there is nothing more rewarding than wearing your own designs (except seeing other people wearing your designs). Ideas turning to things is actual magic.




6 responses to “WEARING / ATTACHMENT”

  1. That’s actually such a good idea, to wear your boyfriend or dad’s blazer. I might do that! Also, loving the aesthetics of your room!

    Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog
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  2. Millie says:

    Loved reading this post, 3 very good pieces, each with their own amazing story behind them! Loved it all and thanks for sharing Ivania x

    Millie x
    http://queenmillie.blogspot.co.uk/2017/04/dream-dressing-room-arhaus.html

  3. Hello!

    I’ve always thought that wearing mens’ clothing was far better than buying “inspired” clothes. Glad to read that you are agree! (That part with the hug was so cute!)

    This dress looks so cool!

    Love,
    Angelina

  4. Great style, love the earrings hoops..

    Best, Albert
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  5. Naomi says:

    Je hebt een fantastische stijl!

  6. Jay says:

    The idea of exposed black lock stitches is something highly unexpected and I don’t think it would work with all the colours. On a white dress it looks fantastic!

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