Today I wanted to share an outfit that has no doubt been one of my favorites of 2017. Its formula is simple and stylish, yet the quirky graphic on the shirt gives it an edgy touch. When I first discovered the brand Stay Home Club, I immediately fell head over heels in love with their loose-fitting tees, adorable graphic designs and cute calligraphy.
The slogan on the shirt reads “petit chagrin” which is french for “little sorrow.” Honestly when I found this on their website I just thought it was the cutest thing I had ever seen. I couldn’t wait to wear it! Especially now that I live in Paris, the slogan and the graphic just brought such a huge smile to my face.
What I love about this outfit is the simplicity of it. A basic white top tucked into a pair of high-waisted blue jeans is such a classic combo and I love the stereotypical Parisian vibe that this look gives off, especially when topped off with the black jacket and wool beret to complete the look.
Of course this look is something very casual and perfect for everyday wear. Because in Ireland it’s been so cold lately, especially here by the sea I decided to pair the look with a basic pair of knee-high black boots to stay extra toasty and warm. Boots like these are such a closet essential that every woman should have in her wardrobe. They make any outfit look super fancy with minimal effort and worn with a pair of denim jeans they’re just a match made in heaven!
And that’s it for this outfit of the day post. I really hope you guys enjoyed!
Definitely check out Stay Home Club if you’re interested in prints and graphic designs. They also do cute patches and pins as well as framed prints for your home and so many other little bits and bobs other than just clothing so they’re definitely worth giving a go, especially now that the sales are on!
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I hope you guys are all having a wonderful week so far and that you enjoy your celebrations for the New Year!
Thank you so much for reading and I’ll see you very soon in my next post.