When you are looking for the hashtag 'chloegirls' on Instagram, you will find over 50,000 photos showing especially handbags from the brand, but also shoes, sunglasses and outfits that have that signature Chloé- look: girly and romantic. I really loved the Chloé Faye bag at first sight, and when I thought about how to combine it, I knew that this bag will need something feminin to get the best out of it. Especially that 70's vibe I wanted to emphasize because that's one of the main connections you make with this bag.
Lately I have seen the classic Balmain blazer on nearly every blogger (and their mother). I truly adore the style of this blazer and think that it would be a great investment for the next couple of years, but since the price is absolutely insane, I searched for an affordable alternative to the original style. Finally I found a very similar one from Mango, you can imagine how happy I was to find such a great alternative!
When my boyfriend and I explored Monaco for one day, I decided to go with a stylish but comfortable and light outfit. Monaco is a state that is tiny but extremly undulating (which can be very exhausting) and as we had temperatures about 35 celsius degrees, I really needed something to survive the heat with (same thing as in Cannes).
When I first saw the Valentino Lock Bag at it's most hyped time about 2 years ago, I fell in love with it immadiately. At that time, I was not in a position to buy this handbag and so I just enjoyed looking at it on other blogs. The hype about this bag became more and more less and I never really thought about buying it again, not because I didn't liked it anymore, but I just forgot about it.
Today I'm going to show you my currently most used designer items: the Louis Vuitton Key Pouch and the Rosalie wallet. I bought the items a while ago now and used them for about 3 respectively 2 months day in day out so I can share with you the first impressions I have.