Photos: Mary Giatra, Gaia Deligianni
Needless to say what’s the favorite item of my closet, right? Blazers!
I’ve always been a Tom Boy…it kind of stayed with me! Not on my brother’s bike anymore, going downhill -thank God!
Surely girls need to look refined and sexy, but having an androgynous style makes you look even sexier!
There is a mystery and a strong sense of self-confidence when you show less.
Favorite garment of all times? Le Smoking tuxedo of YSL! Just when everyone else was hiding behind dresses and ultra feminine designs, Yves made the difference.
Created in 1966 by famous couturier Yves Saint Laurent, the “Le Smoking tuxedo suit” for women was the first of its kind to earn attention in the fashion world and in popular culture. It pioneered long, minimalist, androgynous styles for women, as well as the use of power suits and the pantsuit in the modern-day society.
We will always thank Yves Saint Laurent for his love and respect to women!
I wear my blazers everyday, with every possible combination: With pants, jeans, skirts, over dresses, shorts, pantsuits,
evening gowns…with EVERYTHING I own in my closet really!
It’s a must have for every fashionista, every woman, every girl who’s got style!
Here are my favorite ones, right from my closet!
White long satin-lapel tuxedo jacket, 5226 Homme by Nikos Krithariotis
Black crepe double breasted tuxedo Helmut Lang.
Grey wool jacket Stella McCartney.
Wool double breasted check jacket, 5226 by Celia Kritharioti
Blue cotton pinstripe double breasted jacket, 5226 by Celia Kritharioti.
Brown & black zip up jacket with pockets, 5226 by Celia Kritharioti
Long wool dusty pink jacket, Stella McCartney
Today I’m wearing a cashmere sweater with suede elbow patches 5226 Homme by Nikos Krithariotis, J Brand jeans and Alaia suede boots.
Wanna dig into my closet some more?
How about shoes next week?
In the meantime you can find all about my bag obsession here!