The first version of my “Ways to wear the Louis Vuitton bandeau” is the actual reason I bought this version of the bandeau. I took me some time to finally find the perfect bandeau that matches with the Monogram. It was very easy to pull the bandeau through the eyelets of the Noé. The bandeau is suitable for every kind of Noé, it might also look very cute with the Neo Noé but since the leather tieback is tied together on the ends, I don’t want to take that apart.
Next weekend part two of the “Ways To” series will go online, so stay tuned…
Since I got a new Louis Vuitton Bandeau I will finally work out that idea I had many years ago.
But as it always is lack of time and lack of ideas kept my from posting my ways of wearing the Bandeau. Today I did a photo session of different styles and I am so happy that I can finally start that “Ways To Wear” series. The first post will go up on the blog this weekend.
I know I haven’t posted any outfits lately and that photo shows the reason: They’re absolutely non spectacular, nothing special and very very boring. Most of the times only the scarfs pops out and makes kind of an impression, ha. No, seriously. I am basically work-university-work-home-work-university-work-work and there’s not much time to think about outfits. They have to be comfortable and warm, that’s it. I’m wearing dark blue jeans with a black top and dark blue cardigan, to keep me warm I wore those Ugg like boots and my Burberry cashmere scarf.
My outfit for meeting a friend in Stuttgart yesterday.
Bag: Louis Vuitton
iPhone Case: Karl Lagerfeld
Well, a girl can dream. Can’t she!?