Perhaps adopting the monochromic trend might be a tedious task, well I can speak on my behalf here since this was the case, however, I had a problem with all-black outfits. That say, when I saw this über spring look during our latest photo shoot, I literally fell in love with it. Truly, those neutral tones such as beige are able to make an outfit look expensive effortlessly. This look was created by Agence d'importations Manon Boutin, which is composed by a loose fitted sweater that has a plunging neckline paired with a loose fitted capri. I'm sure many of you would think these trousers only fit certain body types… here's my tip: you'll never know unless you try them on, so go for it and have fun. Honestly these pants will become my best friends during a heat wave. Why? Simply because it'd give an edge to my outfit. It's different, it has movement and it gives the aspect of wearing a skirt without compromising with comfort. It can be as much comfortable, chic and trendy. I mean, try it, you'll see! Obviously, I'm wearing neutral colors so I had to wear something else to have that wow factor. I opted for two necklaces from Camillette. I discovered the latter only recently when the founder and jeweler, Camille, contacted us. Right away, we were crazy over her minimalist creations. It's exactly the type of jewelry I love to wear, I mean it gives the wanted accent to any of my outfits. Some of her jewelry are pretty subtle, today's outfit is a great example. I'm currently wearing pieces from her "Random" collection which have cut-outs in the metal making the latter a funkier piece. In order to wear both necklaces, simply insure both won't be of the same length in a similar style and you're good to go. I'm inviting you to discover Camillette with me, I mean, the collection is amazing.
Sandals: Chaussures POP
MUA: Cindy Contreras
Photos by: Vikki Snyder
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