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dominique, candido, blog, blogger, deau, outfit, chanel, acne studios, celine, asos, stella mccartney,
dominique, candido, blog, blogger, deau, outfit, chanel, acne studios, celine, asos, stella mccartney,
dominique, candido, blog, blogger, deau, outfit, chanel, acne studios, celine, asos, stella mccartney,
dominique, candido, blog, blogger, deau, outfit, chanel, acne studios, celine, asos, stella mccartney,
dominique, candido, blog, blogger, deau, outfit, chanel, acne studios, celine, asos, stella mccartney,
dominique, candido, blog, blogger, deau, outfit, chanel, acne studios, celine, asos, stella mccartney,
Zara - Jacket / Acne Studios - Sweater / Asos - Jeans / Stella McCartney - Shoes / Celine - Sunglasses / Chanel - Bag

I've been trying to wear more colours lately. Since I am a stylist that's also qualified to do colour-analysis I know how much colours matter to yourself and others. Colours are important in first impressions you give. I know for a fact that black doesn't give the same impression as for example dark blue. This is one of the reasons why I wanted to wear less black. I even ordered a pair of blue jeans.. I know it sounds pretty basic but I haven't worn anything else but black jeans since forever... I paired the jeans with my pin stripe blazer, and I totally rocked it. Curious? Find the post here. After a while I started to miss my classic black jeans, which I often combine with my black jacket from Zara, which matched perfectly with my Chanel handbag. The outfit would make my Acne sweater stand out, just as I wanted to. Let me know what you think!