Dressing Up a Sweatshirt


When it comes to trends, I rarely follow any of them, because I have finally got to discover my inner style and I prefer following me and what I want than what is said is InStyle. Although some trends do work for many people, I tend to pick the ones that either speak to me or challenge me in some way.

That was the case with this Grey Zara Sweatshirt, I have seen something similar to it on the runways and on the bloggers, but I was 100% sure it would never work for me. The shape of this jumper reminded me of the 90s, the years that I pretty much detest in fashion ( my own opinion, sorry no offense to anyone) and I tried staying away in the stores. But something changed, when I challenged myself to make it work for my style. And it worked. I have been wearing it non-stop, and it pretty much goes with everything in my wardrobe.

So, the Moral of the story; NEVER SAY NEVER and everything looks better paired with Leopard Heels and a Floppy Hat  😀

What I Wore:

Jumper: Zara | Jeans: Pull&Bear | Heels: Bershka | Hat: H&M |Bracelet: Promod | Watch: Michael Kors

photos by Hsein Kazma

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5 thoughts on “Dressing Up a Sweatshirt

  1. Pingback: Boho influences | Fashion Bloggers And Style

  2. Lovely photos and lovely sweater. Or how about you liking something and all of a sudden it becomes fashion 🙂 But you are right about never say never. My girlfriend was watching a fashion show with Carson Kresley and he said: cloth hangers lie, you only know if you like something when you tried it!

    Haha I guess I am fashionisto?! No 😉

    Cheers and happy blogging,

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