Photographer, blogger and casting Director Natalie Joos wearing a red Valentino dress and bag. Her sandals are Prada.
I am a big fan of Natalie Joos’s style. A prove of it is all the photos I have taken from her :)
Anne-Catherine Frey, blogger at A truly Intriguing Subject. The first photo is from 2010 and the second one is from March this year. You can see a clear style evolution in these last 4 years.
I love how her current style is more androgynous and complexed. What do you think?
You can check more photos of Anne Catherine on the Sunday Inspiration post I did on her.
Back in April I went to Colombia for holidays. Evreytime I go back I make sure to visit Cartagena, probably my favourite city in Colombia. Promise to post some photos of the trip this week.
While walking through the old town of the city I met Mª Carolina. She was on her way to a baptism but she was kindly enough to stop 5 minutes so I could take these photos.
She is wearing Zara shoes and shirt, a DIY skirt and Prada sunnies.
Tomorrow more of Cartagena street style.
Natalie Joos is definitely one of my favourite style icons. I love the fact that she tries to stay away from dark and boring colours. Most of the time she is wearing bright and fun colours and she is an expert mixing patterns.
2nd outfit: A.W.A.K.E. dress, red Valentino studded shoes and Delvaux bag.
3rd outfit: Sonia Rykiel blue and pink maxi cardigan and black feather dress.
4th outfit: Top from Je Giglietta, vintage shoes, Barna & Fils pants, Karen Walker sunglasses and a Corto Moltedo bag.
5th outfit: vintage horse print pants and Prada bag.
Make sure to check part I.
I love these Prada pop coats and bags!
Anna Dello Russo went for a total look. And Katie Grand paired her Prada pop-art coat with one of the “it” bags of the season: the Chanel graffiti tote bag.
My favourite look is definitely the one with the girl wearing the Prada pink rainbow coat. I seriously need it!
Which one is your favourite look?