Every girl has got that little red skirt. So subtle, it can be worn anytime anywhere. Here is my take on it.
vintage shirt, random jacket, MCM bag, snidel skirt, Jeffrey Campbell boots
Photo Credit: JJ
As promised in one september post-which title I can barely remember-here's the outfit-shooting I did a while ago. My dear friend J mentioned that she was thinking about opening her very own blog about photography the other day and I told her to go for it. I could link her in my posts than, how great would that be?
The dotted navy button-up shirt was previously own by an older relative and looks therefore quite vintage proved. By the way, on the label of the shirt, it says something like "made in Austria", which surprised me completely when I first got it. How many girls out there still owns a "made in Austria" shirt nowaways? You can have all your fancy clothes hand-stitched or whatever in Paris, but the Austrian fashion industry has long stopped producing shirts as far as I can know. Now I am aware of the fact that the Austrian textile indutry does still exist and does actually pretty well (see the exemplary Wolford and so on), but fashion garments manufactured in this country are rarely-seen. That I can be sure of.