ROCK N' BALLET NIGHT OUT
The ballet trend has been around for a while now, from ballet shoes to tutus from Zara to Asos to Net-a-Porter. It is really everywhere, so I couldn't help to be inspired be inspired.
I am not the ballerina-shoe type of person, but I had this black peplum dress hanging in my closet that sort of reminded me of the tutus, I've been wanting to wear it for a while, but peplum is so 2010.. so I gave it a twist. This t-shirt was calling for me at Stradivarius, there's really no other wat to put it. It looks so good under different lights, and I had so many ideas on how to wear it, so I had to take it with me.
So these two eneded up hanging in my wardrobe side to side, as I wore the clothing that was in between then (sounds like they were meant to be.. or cheesy, but it happened!) so when I opened my closet I was like " a-ha!" and threw them in my bed and started addring some accessories. I don't keep all shoes in one place, (the downs of travelling so often) but I had these mules with me that with some lace from my gucci purchase, essembled the perfect non-matching lace-ups. Not so doable on a day-to-day but considering it was FNO it sort of gave the outfit that final touch.
I feel that explaining the choice of the Kalifornia here is like questioning the morning sun, it enhances the rock vibe of the look so well that otherwise wouldn't make sense.