3 Sep 2014

Summer Renaissance

Hi guys, this is my another post from abroad. After Copenhagen, I went to Sweden for a day and I was amazed by the Turning Torso, the tallest skyscraper in Sweden. Its architectural form was both structural and expressive, like a piece of art. The vision of HSB Turning Torso is based on a sculpture called Twisting Torso, which is a white marble piece based on the form of a twisting human being, created by Santiago Calatrava. It was truly amazing to see in person.  As for my outfit, it literally felt like I was wearing a  piece of art in a plain canvas. Considering the gloomy weather, my outfit turned out to be quite lively and expressive with mixed prints, colours and textures. I went for a nude crop top, pairing it with my printed hareem trousers, which was quite contrasting but still brings back that summer feeling. I added one of my statement necklaces which had the Arabic emphasis and kept the steadiness on the outfit. The colour on the bag matched the colours pretty well. I finished the look with my trusty kimono and shoes that wore hard-core on my travels. I hope you like the look.

Top- Boohoo
Trousers- Miss Selfridges
Kimono- River Island
Necklace- Primark
Shoes- Next

P.S- Super excited to share my collaboration with Mess Magazine, read the full interview here http://messmag.com/?p=7102

I will be posting the detailed featured looks on my blog soon stay tuned.

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Love
Suzi x

7 comments:

  1. Your outfit is amazing!
    love everything about it, especially the kimono!

    http://inmytinycloset.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you dear, I'm glad you like it.

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  2. Oh you been to Copenhagen?! How awesome! How did you like it here, dear? ^_^
    Maria.
    www.phentastic.com // Fashion blog from a Great Dane's perspective

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    1. Yes love it there, it was amazing especially their lifestyle 😊 .. Hope you are good dear x

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  3. Glad I stumbled across you're blog. Are you Nepalese as well? Will you be the next Prabal Gurung? Prabal Gurung 2.0 perhaps? Haha, great blog X

    http://beautifully-handsome.blogspot.ca/

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  4. Those pants are amazing! I love the print
    xo
    www.laurajaneatelier.com

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