Location: Johannesburg

photography: Phenyo - Worthathovsandwords


Hello Loves! So I'm back in London and I must say it feels so weird to be back. I am going to be moving flats, working and catching up with some of my British mates. So the next four weeks will be jam packed as usual. But let's talk fashion...

So this outfit is very simple as you can see but it is an outfit that best explains my personality, cool, calm and collected. I love high-heels but because I am usually wearing heels on set and events, I try to wear flats when I can because I find it difficult to accomplish so much on a really busy and productive day. One thing London, has taught me is how to dress up while wearing flat shoes yet still looking formal. On my graduation, I wore these shoes with a dress and I believe that was the best way to portray how my style has changed and developed over the years whilst being in London. 

London style, is very eclectic and I love how casual items can be made to look formal. So these shoes are flats but they very detailed and bold so they can be easily worn as formal shoes. So I decided to show another simple way to formal-ize a casual outfit for a lunch business meeting or a day full of errand runs.

This exaggerated sleeves top, is one of my favourites. I love how comfortable this top is and how it can be worn with different items for different occasions. The slits are an interesting statement that allows more comfort for moving around and diversity in wearing it - tucked in, tucked out. Whatever suits you best. I must say I definitely loving the exaggerated sleeves trend at the moment and I think anyone that loves silhouettes or simplicity will enjoy it just as much as me. It's such an easy way to dress with jeans, a skirt, shorts - you name it. So I am loving this trend.

Have a look at all the different options of tops that you can try below, in the shopping list. 

Much love - K xox 


Top: Witchery (similar here)

Pants: DKNY ( similar here )

Shoes: Louis Vuitton 

Jacket: MANGO (Sandton City store // similar here )