Hi guys, how are y’all doing? I’m currently in the middle of my exams, but I really wanted to keep you guys updated on my wardrobe and show y’all this awesome, new outfit! It’s going to be a short, quick post today but it sure is worth reading.
In one of my previous posts, I already told you guys about the brand Six Edges, remember? This young, Belgian brand that stands for personality, quality and durability is one of my favorite brands at the moment. I really love the fact that they’re not just a brand. They have a clear, special vision, a goal they want to achieve with their collections.
The first piece of this outfit is a light, grey sweater from Six Edges. It looks like a basic sweater when you look at it. But when you look close, see the details and workmanship it becomes a whole other thing. The seams on the sides are finished in a dark blue color. This kind of makes it look like you’re wearing it inside out, but it’s actually just a cool detail. I also really love the very wide, round collar of the sweater.
The second thing I wore for this outfit is my dark blue knitted cardigan, also from Six Edges. I thought this really fitted the sweater, with the blue seams, so why not wear it on top? Just like the sweater, this cardigan isn’t just a regular piece of clothing. It’s different from other cardigans, and that’s what I love about Six Edges. The cardigan is knitted in a very special way, so it has these lines on the shoulders. The inner lining of the cardigan is finished with a lighter blue stripe, which gives the cardigan a special, final touch. I also like that the collar of the cardigan is very wide, so that it kind of hangs open.
I decided to wear my ripped jean from Esprit for this outfit. This makes the outfit just a little bit more casual, which is perfect for a regular schoolday. The jean also really fitted the outfit, with the lighter blue color, the washed parts and the dark blue patch. I decided to roll up my trousers and wear my white Nike Air Force sneakers I got at Zalando underneath the outfit.
For this shoot I went to my school, Arteveldehogeschool in Ghent, with Marie. We wanted a minimal, industrial looking location to fit the outfit, and that’s exactly what what we found at the stair of Artevelde. I know, I kind of have this thing with stairs, lately! Thanks for having us, Artevelde, and thanks for reading today guys!