Hey loves,

Hope you had a great weekend! Today I am back with another post featuring the second look I created in collaboration with LE66. I introduced LE66 in my last post (check it out here!), but in short, it is a Parisian concept store located in City Walk that houses over 200 designers, all under one roof! They have everything from men’s fashion to women’s fashion and some really funky accessories and shoes too!

If you have ever had the chance to read my bio at the bottom of my blog (just scroll all the way to the bottom of this page), you will realise that I am a sucker for all things Korean 🙆 There’s just something about Korean fashion that intrigues me. They make loose-fitted pieces look like a million bucks and not like you are a hanger. So when I was strolling around the store with my little sister and found this top by Philosophy, we just had to get it!

The top has quite a loose fit with white lace bell cuffs with a hole to put your thumb through so that they stay put. Very minimal and basic like the rest of Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini’s collection. I read an article on Vogue that said his collection sells like “hotcakes” and for good reason, I must say. The pieces are quite exquisite, different and of excellent quality. It’s amazing that LE66 brings all these amazing brands to Dubai and gives us the chance to buy them minus all that hassle of ordering online from other countries (I hate online-shopping 😒!)

I teamed this look with my black leather skirt and tried something different for the shoes. I wore fishnet socks under my ankle strap heels, and I have to say, these socks and literally my new favourite wardrobe staples!

Some bts for you guys 😉

Top – LE66

Skirt – Bershka

Heels – Steve Madden

Socks – Asos

That’s it for today guys, make sure you check out LE66 next time you are heading to City Walk! Today’s look was shot by my darling sister who I have now convinced to start her own page to share her creativity with you guys.

Check her out HERE!!!

Thought of the day : A goal without a plan is just a wish.

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