Let’s start with the basics! Who doesn’t have at least one black longuette skirt and a pair of black faux leather leggings in the wardrobe? The problem with must haves is that they can be used in a thousand ways, so much so it happens to always do it in the same way! Do you want them because they are now consolidated outfits or because it is easy to always fall back on the same styles, so here to bring a breath of originality and creativity as always I have relied on high fashion shows. Looking at them I set my wits in motion and I tried to create something a little more original! Ready to discover my proposals?
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The pencil skirt was born by chance in the early 1900s, but it was Christian Dior in the 40s to make it a stylish garment.
Its shape, which enhances the feminine forms, soon became, in the following decade, a must have item.
Pin-ups wear it, as an exaltation of sensuality, and actresses like Ava Gardner and Audrey Hepburn will use it to create elegant and classy outfits.
It will finally be in the 80s when the pencil skirt will be back in fashion as a symbol par excellence of the career woman.
And today? Taking inspiration from designers such as Marc Jacobs and Dolce & Gabbana I tried to re-propose it in a feminine but casual key. With an eye to its long and fascinating history, but a mind attentive to today’s fashions and styles.

Marc JacobsShoesScarpe “Kiabi” /

Dolce & Gabbana
/ Sweater “Bonprix” / Skirt “Rosegal” / Socks “Calzedonia” / Shoes “Kiabi” / Earrings “H&M” /


One of the reasons why we should all have at least a pair of black faux leather leggings in the closet is that they are democratic!
In addition to being good for anyone, they can be combined in a thousand different ways. They give a sense of glam, without boring and for this reason they never go out of style! However, opting for the usual rock solutions with combat boots and tartan shirts would be obvious and therefore I tried to do an exercise in style and propose something slightly more whimsical for unique and fun outfits.
Thanks to the genius of Alexander McQueen I combined the iridescent white of the long spring tunics with these leggings for a rock look, but with bon ton tones. Whereas with Koché I really played chess with fate, deciding to combine them with nothing less than a dress!

/ Dress “Bonprix” / Leggins “Ipercoop” / Shoes “Deichmann” / Necklace “Aliexpress” /

Alexander McQueen
/ Tunic “Boho Treasure of Nature” / Leggins “Ipercoop” / Belt “Kiabi” /