11/19/17

Navy Velvet Shorts and White Shirt

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Hello, beautiful people!

I can't believe it will soon be almost a month since I boarded the plane to New York. I guess time goes by quick when you are having fun. One of the things I really wanted to do this time around on my visit to NY was to go to the Central Park. Surprisingly, I had never been before and Central Park in October time is a must, like the largest cup of coffee on a Monday.

As some of you may have noticed and I have already touched on this before - this Autumn I am living my ultimate velvet fantasy. It came as a trend last Autumn and sort of stayed through Summer, then fully peaked again this season. So, logically when I saw these absolutely amazing cute navy velvet shorts, I just had to wear them with my trusty thigh-high boots for our morning walk through the park.

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(Shorts, Shirt and Jacket - H&M, Boots - Asos)

Our day in Central Park was spent walking and enjoying everything around us, with me taking pictures of every golden and red tree I could see. Even though people were everywhere and we clearly weren't the only ones obsessed with the park in Autumn, it felt much quieter and peaceful than the rest of the city. It was a wonderful feeling, knowing that somewhere within the hustle and bustle, there sits a huge land of green and colour, clearly unbothered about the busyness around it.

For this outfit, I paired my velvet shorts with a great H&M find - cotton shirt with the pull up string sleeves. With learning to create separate outfits and not always going for the dress option, I am beginning to appreciate a white shirt. A white shirt is a classic piece, and even though this one is a little bit more different than your normal white one, I do still think something like this is a great find. Finding classic pieces like the perfect simple blazer, black jeans, white shirt or pencil skirt can make it a lot easier to create outfits when you just can't be fussed. So, grab one when you see one!

Always yours,

Agita

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