A New Kind of Classy (feat. Eat Me, Liz Lisa & More)

Hello everyone! 

Today I wanted to share with you this more sophisticated look that I created using a mix of Japanese fashion brands and also share with you some insight on how I choose items and coordinate outfits! As you may know I have been experimenting with mixing brands and trying to come up with different ways to coordinate my Liz Lisa items with my other Japanese fashion items and I am pretty proud of this outfit! 



Dress: Eat Me | Coat: Liz Lisa | Bag: Accessorize | Shoes: Jeffrey Campbell | Socks: no brand | Sunglasses: BP


As autumn is quickly approaching, I am getting to break out my coats that I've had tucked away for months. I bought this Liz Lisa trench coat last spring but didn't get a chance to wear it much throughout the spring and summer months as we had a rather hot, so I was SO excited to be able to wear it now. I think that a trench coat is just so classy and a great stable to have in any wardrobe as they are so easy to coordinate and can go with almost any outfit. 


This EATME dress came with two ribbons that you can choose from- a dark red one and a black one but I chose to wear this black one because I knew I wanted to pair this outfit with my black Mary Jane style shoes that I have from Jeffrey Campbell. Because there is black on the top and bottom of my coordinate I think that it doesn't overwhelm the pastel color of the dress and instead adds a really classy accent to the overall outfit. 


The bag that I chose to go with this outfit is this really cute satchel that I bought second hand on eBay.co.uk (with the help of my friend @hopeykitty on Instagram). I think it matches the classy but preppy feel of the outfit that you get from the dress (and it helps tie in the coordinate by adding to the almost school girl feel as well). There is a common misconception that you HAVE to coordinate your shoes and bag together, but because I already balanced out the black color with the ribbon like I mentioned previously, I decided just to try and match the classy/preppy theme of the outfit when choosing this bag. The bag also has beige and pink tones which match my coat and hair really well!




That is all for how I chose to coordinate this outfit! I hope you enjoyed reading about my thought process and I hope you enjoyed looking at my pictures! 

Thank you for reading!

Saki 


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Comments

  1. An interesting outfit and great explanation!

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  2. I've never heard about matching your shoes to you bag, but that's an interesting concept

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