Fashion & Style

Lookbook: September 2017

Hello everyone,

This is the last September blog post, which means I will do a September lookbook. Well, to be completely honest with you, I was going to make an absolutely different post. As you might have noticed, the blog works as a sort of transcript for my YouTube videos. I finally found the courage to actually sit down in front of the camera and talk to you, despite being quite self-conscious about my foreign accent, and write a transcript later for the blog. And guess what. My camera, for some reason unknown to me, was not recording the audio for the video, even though it used to. I tried to record multiple different videos to see why it does that but it just doesn’t work. Thank god, I found out just after filming a short rehearsal clip. Let me tell you, I would be f**king upset if I thought I was filming the video and later found out that I didn’t.

Anyway, let’s wrap this rant up. Instead of the original blog post, which will hopefully be here next week, I decided to do a lookbook and share with you my favourite outfits I’ve been wearing this month. I hope you enjoy it. Let’s get into it!

Outfit no. I

This look features a simple white T-shirt from Primark and on top of it, I’m wearing a suedette camel toned beige dress also from Primark. Honestly, I never thought I would like this type of dress, but when I saw them in the shop the other day, I told myself ‘why not?’. Now I’m glad I bought them.


I styled this outfit with my new beige ankle boots from Forever 21, which I’ve been looking for such a long time, but I couldn’t find the perfect pair. Well, now you have it. This look is quite modest with accessories as I chose only a simple black choker from Primark with a golden diamond shaped embellishment on it.


Outfit no. II

This outfit is significantly bolder than the previous one and I love it! The burgundy T-shirt is from Primark. The black skirt, however, is from Tally Weijl.


Those black faux leather vintage style shoes are from Primark. Unfortunately, I have no idea where those black knee-high socks are from. However, I bet my head you can find them in Primark as well. The black hat is from Forever 21. I wanted a hat like this for the longest time but I couldn’t find it anywhere. Like the boots from the previous outfit. Unfortunately, Primark didn’t have hats like this but Forever 21 didn’t disappoint me. Forever 21 never does. The necklaces, which you could have already seen here on my blog, are from Primark.


Outfit no. III

This look was my absolute obsession when I was in the Czech Republic earlier this month. When we arrived from Croatia, my luggage stayed at my dad’s for a day while I was at my mum’s, and so I didn’t have anything to wear. Well, I made an inspection to my mum’s wardrobe and found these black jeans from Pull&Bear there. They are at least two sizes too large for me but that’s probably why I love them so much. Long story short, now they are mine. The white shirt, which I’ve had in my wardrobe for what feels like forever is from Primark and there I bought the black faux fur waistcoat as well. Can we appreciate the waistcoat for a moment? It’s sooooo soft! I’ve been completely obsessed with faux fur and burgundy clothes lately.


The black ankle boots from Forever 21 have been featured in a couple of my previous lookbooks, but never mind. I love them. Another item already used in my lookbooks are the golden necklaces from Primark.


Outfit no. IV

And last but not least comes this simple slightly warmer outfit which is perfect for the chilly September weather but when you don’t necessarily feel like wearing something too warm because it’s usually not so chilly in the afternoon as it is in the morning. The plum-ish/dark purple jumper is from Primark and I paired it with those comfortable black trousers from New Yorker.


The black boots, which make my legs look super long, by the way, are from Deichmann. The choker is from Primark.

So, that’s it for today. I hope you enjoyed this lookbook and don’t forget to check out my YouTube channel as well!

xoxo, S. V.

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