Thursday, 8 June 2017

RISKY BUSINESS

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MEN'S SHIRT: ERMENEGILDO ZEGNA | COAT: BALMAIN FOR H&M | LEGGINGS: PRIMARK | BOOTIES: CHARLOTTE OLYMPIA | POCHETTE: GIUSEPPE ZANOTTI | SUNGLASSES: DOLCE & GABBANA

Jewelled tones are always so striking. Emerald green is a refined, elegant, classy hue; the glitziest of all greens.

Green is the IT colour this year transitioning from the trendy emerald green for winter, which works with all skin tones into the spring with Gucci greens. Green represents the universe, life immorality, opulence, rebirth, & nature, which is ultimately the best designer.

I wore an Italian luxury fashion house Ermenegildo Zegna men's dress shirt backwards paired with soft sheer stockings. I added a waist belt to create some feminine shape, leather Charlotte Olympia booties & the emerald green Zegna shirt with my emerald green toned H&M for Balmain fur created an electrifying effect. Hello emerald city! The unmatchable combo of green with hints of red dominate my picture.

Wearing your boyfriend's shirt after sex has been a age old tradition to smell his scent all day. After being popularized by Tom Cruise's shirt & underpants dance performance in the 1983 classic 'Risky Business' & Rihanna's post VMA's tuxedo shirt "makeshift dress" wearing an oversized shirt, this trend has remained a classic moving through the fashion years in chic adaptations.

Stylish girls everywhere are nabbing their boyfriend's button-ups to pull off this androgynous masculine trend.

XO
Kiran

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