Friday, 9 June 2017

Sporty outfit made creative with ToSave and... animalier shoes!

What about a no-stress, sporty look that’s so comfortable to be perfect even at home while housecleaning?
Yes, but with some unexpected feminine touches like a pair of leopard shoes and a luminous make-up, and at a reasonable price as the brand says, ToSave!

Sporty outfit made creative with ToSave

I’ve recently gone sporty with an easy outfit because, hopefully, I have no strict dress codes at work. This means I can space among different styles and have pure fun with chromatic combinations and accessory pairings.
This outfit features some basic pieces as a ToSave grey asymmetric zipped sweater with a soft hoodie-like neck and a pair of black comfy treggings (Pimkie).
Ah, "treggings"... is that possible?
Fashion always creates something new, mainly an oddity, to be sold in stores!

My exceptional photographer is Gessica, a colleague of mine: she is a leggy psychologist; she taught me and let me test how the surroundings affect us, poor humans.
A sporty outfit in a Greek neo-theatre translates into movement and freedom, freedom of movement!

This ToSave asymmetrical grey sweater
 and a pair of black Pimkie treggings invite to jostle with joy, especially if your feet wear some funky Blue Motion leopard trainers. Who would wear faux fur every day? Me, of course...

The tip to energise this casual look is something girly! The trick?
A raspberry scented nail polish like BEUP Raspberry Therapy and pink peachy lips, a hue made by mixing these two Touch In Sol One Second Vivid Lip Crayon in #4 and #3.To complete the look, one needs a naturally bright make-up: here’s a soft peach flush with Marc Jacobs Beauty Airblush Soft Glow Duo 502 in Lines and Last Lines that’s exactly the natural blush after a run and an impalpable powder...

Sporty outfit made creative with Tosave

The wild of the natural returns with a metallic kaki touch over my lids with Ecuador, a shade from the Move Me Jungle Viva La Diva eyeshadow palette.
I jump, roar and laugh at the theatre of the Alario Foundation Center.

Valentina Chirico aka Valens

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