Color blocking, Natalia Vodianova, Chanel, Louis Vuitton

My third best set was again inspired by fantastic set with Natalia Vodianova, but this time it was also influenced by Bob Marley`s lyrics and music. I wanted to recreate the colors used on the picture in my set, but I also wanted to play with textures and colors and to make something weird, but stylish. I started from the wallpapers in the editorial, they are so old and cool, so I wanted to use the same colors, gray and light blue with some white decorations.

I used simple gray tank, denim blazer in light blue and the most important spice, Skirt in bright yellow with some white lace and flower print which can`t be seen, because it`s more like emboss. That corresponded with picture on great way, now when I had a beautiful start, I decided to add a key ingredients in vivid colors. I added gray satin Louis Vuitton pumps and redly red Chanel bag. In regards to Coco I added classy & fabulous font and of course New York city girl because the all set reminded me on the Sex & the City combination by talented Patricia Fields.
This is also one of my personally favorite sets, It has such a strong colors but also it has a softness and attitude. It`s pretty hard to make sets like that, but that`s why we love them even more.

I will now spotlight the two key ingredients of my set:

Beauty pump in satin Seen at Louis Vuitton’s Fall/Winter 2010-2011 show, which celebrated timeless femininity, this elegant pointed-toe pump in sophisticated satin comes with a sexy retro block heel and an oversized bow. – Satin – Bow accessory in ostrich-print calf leather – Heel covered in crocodile-print calf leather – 10.5 cm / 4.2 inch heel – $890

Perfect for teaming with white sundresses or trouser suits, this is a stunning bag! The colour is mesmerising, and the chevron styling just adds to the glamorous illusion. The detailing is the perfect finishing touch, though, with a gorgeous interlaced chain and the signature Chanel clasp. Dreamy!

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