Levi’s Curve ID fitting

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Blogging from London isn’t a first and so isn’t blogging too late! I’ve had these pictures for a while now and haven’t had the time to share them with you. After working hours, back in August, I rushed to Antwerp, where Levi’s invited me for a Curve ID fitting. I was intrigued because I’m not a jeans kind of girl. In fact, I hate jeans. They’re never how I want them to be, the freaking button always hurts and I can’t seem to style them the way I’d like to.

The fitting was horrible. Don’t get me wrong there: the shop was brilliant. Different collections to choose from, a tailor shop to get your jeans costumized – think studds and ripped jeans – and the friendliest personnel out there. This one guy helped me throughout the whole thing and I think even he was a bit surprised by the amount of jeans that didn’t fit me. I always get so bummed when trying on jeans, they make me so unhappy! Kind of weird, no?! Anyway, after trying on 15 different pairs, I finally found this one pair, a demi curve, that was just the perfect length. At first I wanted a black pair, but when I tried on the one I got to take home with me, I was sold. I’ll definitely try to show you the jeans in an outfit post soon!

Send the haters all my love — X and O

Pardon me, lovelies, I’ve been very very absent lately. I was in Barcelona for ten days, my iPhone got stolen, my ID dissapeared in a very mysterious way and I came back sunkissed but still very unlucky, apparently. Oh well, better things to come, I guess? I’m currently in London for Fashion Week and day 2 – today – killed me! I wore my new Zara heels (instagram for more killer details) and my feet are swollen now… Fashion sucks, I tell ya…

These pictures on the other hand, were not at all painful. Isabel Marants sneakers, what else did you expect?! Paired with my sister’s lovely FCUK pants that were extremely succesful the day I wore them to Brussels Vintage Market! Thanks to my lovely Jilx for taking these pictures ^^ Now I’m off, Oxford Street is calling my name!

I’m wearing: H&M sweater tee, FCUK pants, Isabel Marant sneakers

Brussels Vintage Market

Don’t know what to do on the first sunday of the month? Well, there’s some good news for you: Brussels Vintage Market. Every first sunday a bunch of oldies but goodies are carefully put in place for you to shop them. Together with new and upcoming talents, the Halls of Saint-Géry is transformed into a vintage paradise, cupcakes and drinks included.

Didn’t find anything – even not that pair of Isabel Marant sneakers for only 150 euros!!! – but don’t want to go home just yet? Wander around Place Saint-Géry for a bit and then take place in Mappa Mundo and order a snack mix. You’ll get the yummy stuff above and feel like a people watching hipster, just like in Paris