The Pencil Skirt | JW Anderson, Edited the Label, Ray Ban

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storm wears weekday linen shirt with jw anderson brown bag and edited the label checked skirt

Weekday Shirt* – Massimo Dutti Blazer (similar here) – Edited the Label Skirt* – J.W. Anderson Bag (similar here) – Mango Booties – Ray Ban Sunnies* (similar here)

The Pencil Skirt

storm wears edited the label checked skirt with ray ban sunnies in gold

storm wears massimo dutti blazer in nude with jw anderson brown bag

storm wears ray ban sunnies with nude massimo dutti nude blazer

 

 

storm wears jw anderson brown bag with edited the label checked pencil skirt

storm wears edited the label checked skirt with linen white skirt weekday and jw anderson bag in brown

storm wears nude blazer from massimo dutti with jw anderson brown bag and rosefield watch in gold

storm wears weekday linen shirt with massimo dutti blazer in neutral with edited the label checked pencil skirt

storm wears black mango boots with edited the label checked pencil skirt and massimo dutti blazer

 

storm wears jw anderson brown bag with edited the label checked skirt

Pictures by Marius Knieling 

storm wears mango boots in black with jw anderson brown bag with massimo dutti neutral blazer

Saaay hello to my newest baby in my closet – The JW Anderson Bag. I had my eyes on it for quite some time now, but never exactly knew what kind of color it should be. My first pick would have been, obviously, black! But I fell in love with this brown one and since I don’t have a brown one yet, so its the perfect addition to my collection.

And so I told you about the most TRENDING print in my latest Post.¬†Looking back on my Posts almost everyone of them contains one checked piece. Slight addiction? I would say yes! But could you blame me? The newest checked member is this Edited the Label Pencil Skirt. Even though it makes you feel all businessy, it doesn’t have to only be for the office ! You can totally down-dress it with sneakers or a statement t-shirt.

 

*in liebevoller Zusammenarbeit mit Edited 

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