one-piece or nah
When I travel, I want to be comfortable and chic at the same time. Believe it or not, I walk plenty of miles but I don’t look the part when I am out and about the scene. I’m a girly girl so I won’t leave my place or hotel without eye makeup and fluffy hair (LOL). You never know who you’ll meet or who’ll run into.
Whilst in Madrid, I sported an all white look – an off-shoulder top tucked into my comfy, drapey culottes (sorry, they’re both old timeless pieces). The pair matched so well and was the right hint of white, which most people thought it was a one-piece jumpsuit. That’s the trick right there. Pairing the same coloured top and bottoms together and tucking the top in just create an illusion of a one-piece outfit. Lastly, it pairs well with black ballerina flats that I’ve worn over and over again in Japan and Australia. It is surprisingly very comfortable to trek the entire city.
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