Daniel Wellington x TCR #1

Shirt by Mango
Skirt by Pull&Bear
Sunglasses by Ray-Ban
Watch by Daniel Wellington

Jewellery by H&M

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I was lucky enough to be gifted a Daniel Wellington watch around two years ago and have been a devout fan and follower since! So when they approached us to collaborate, the answer was a total no-brainer! 

The watches are classic timepieces with a twist that can be worn with practically any outfit and for any occasion. You can choose from a leather strap, canvas or if you're as indecisive as me a combination of leather and canvas. The straps are also interchangeable and can be bought separately so as to update your watch to give it a new look and feel without breaking the bank.

I paired my Grace Selwyn model with a crisp white shirt and A-line denim mini for a stroll around the silent city of Mdina!

Don’t forget that you can get 15% off all Daniel Wellington watches with our special code CLOUDEDREVOLUTION (valid till the 31st of August on their e-shop – www.danielwellington.com) to celebrate their launch in Malta! Be sure to check out their super lust-worthy Instagram for inspiration on how to wear yours!

Love,

N x

trailer park

shirt by ASOS White
trousers by Mango
shoes by ASOS
bag from a Moroccan market
vintage scarf (worn as headscarf) and rings
cuff by 
Pamela Love
sunnies by Ray Ban

I'm not one to wear flares or white trousers, but this pair from mango fit perfectly and I couldn't wait to wear them. It's fun to try a new silhouette on once in a while, particularly when you're bored of what stares back at you when you open your wardrobe. By the way, shout out to the boy, kudos to you if you've spotted his reflection in my sunglasses! (thanks for the photos x)

C X

Sporty Spice

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Vest, slides, sunglasses and necklace by ASOS
Track bottoms by Adidas Originals via ASOS

I realise how divisive and primarily sloppy this outfit might be. Style blogs are expected to be the epitome of polished perfection and high fashion, all day, everyday. The reality is that sometimes you want to wind down and be (or look) effortless; other times, your personal sources of inspiration go against the suit-and-tie grain [insert gun-to-head emojis here]. I've worn a variation of this look to a free concert and was told I looked Romanian. Fair enough. All I know and care to admit is that it's comfortable, it's casual, and it's me. Moreover I wanted to give myself the challenge of trying to take the inherent sportiness of the bottoms out of the equation. This is where Alexandre Mattiussi came to the rescue. Thanks pal!

Also, there must be something in my iPhone lens as I keep getting this blurry corner in all of my photos. We'll stick it out until the next Apple Keynote.

SANDRO X