A Gucci Double GG Belt Styled With Nike Roshe & Skinny Jeans
A casual, yet styled outfit is something that I am often finding myself gravitating towards lately. Of course I love dressing up with heels and fancy pieces for a tailored and structured look, but more often than not now I am leaning towards flat shoes and comfortable items that just make my day easier. I usually call it my ‘Blogger off duty’ look as I don’t usually take photos of it, but for this outfit, since I had some fancy accessories and I really liked the colour palette and proportions of the entire ensemble, I had to share.
This entire outfit was centered around my new Gucci Double GG Tan Belt as I wanted something to show it off. This was actually the first look that I wore it with, but due to my schedule, I had to share another one first (the Topshop outfit). Since it’s such a standout piece, I wanted to make sure that everything in this look was a different colour to the brown of the belt, so I chose my Hudson Barbara Skinny Jeans in Bazooka, a Zara Cream Knit, and my beloved Nike Roshe Trainers. For the accessories, I went with my Celine Nano Luggage in Dune and I borrowed Adam’s Casio Retro Watch, as the gold played off the GG buckle nicely. I then finished it off with a little bit of glam with a pink lip and my Kyoto Pearl earrings. Pearls always work for dressing things up!
For an easy wearing look, I have to say that I think this one might be my favourite so far and I can’t wait to replicate it on numerous occasions. Somehow it has the perfect balance of casual, but styled, and I think that has a lot to do with the Gucci GG Belt breaking it up in the middle and the Celine adding some luxuriousness to it. I feel like if it was just the jeans, trainers, and top, it wouldn’t work so well at all. But on a lighter note, I’m so pleased that the weather is warming up so I can wear less layers and focus more on my accessories again. That’s the one thing I love about Spring/Summer! What do you think of my outfit?
P.S. – An update on my Symprove regime. I’m on week 7 and bottle 6 of the 12 week programme, so I’m about halfway through now. My digestive system is so badly damaged though that it’s taking a lot longer for me to notice any drastic changes and results, so I will probably need the full 12 weeks and more of the probiotic to see a difference, but so far I would say that little minor improvements have happened. My bowels don’t cramp as much anymore (unless I’m stressed and anxious or eaten something I’m intolerant to) so they are quite calm unless I’ve aggravated them. I would say they’re feeling a lot healthier each day now too since I’m not suffering with constipation anymore and haven’t for quite a few weeks now. TMI I know, but I’m always open and honest with my health, so there you go! I will keep you updated more as the weeks go by though. Lorna xx.