Denimaholic

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When I was younger I used to limit my denim use to plain jeans that would never fit me correctly owing to my way too skinny legs (made up for this issue since then!). However it turns out this material can be transposed in so many shapes and styles that it became a masterpiece of my wardrobe over the time.

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I bought this dress at Zara while in the Philippines (so exotic right?!) and I wish I could wear it more often but since fall settled in Paris, occasions were too few and outfit possibilities endless. So, to heal my frustration, I bought a new denim dress last week featuring interesting cut-outs and a darker wash (you don’t see the point of my justification? Me neither). Anyway, I wanted to play it casual but feminine that day so I took my lovely Furla bag with me to balance with the Stan Smith sneakers. I guess we can talk about a denim addiction in my case but I’m not planning on going to rehab for now! Bisous.

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Pictures: Swann

Zara dress / Adidas sneakers / Furla bag

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