The weather is unbelievably lovely as for the second(not even) week of March. It's 17 degree and the sun is shining but you can still feel what's left of winter in the air. It's not yet time to pack my winter jackets and scarves away but I might as well start to think of where to put them for the next few months. The shops are slowly getting full of beautiful spring outwear and colorful florals and so were the streets of London today .Me and my boyfriend decided to make the most of that weather (well , he lives in Scotland and probably hasn't seen the sun in ages) and head to the house of Kenwood Art and Gallery which is set in one of the most magnificent parkland with panoramic views over London.
Today's look was inspired by Woody Allen's 'Blue Jasmine'. Costume designer , Suzy Benzinger , has been working with the director for many years- it's her fifth movie with Allen. She knows that he likes his films to be timeless ,not defined by trends and he wants clothes to tell the history of the character.It wasn't much different with 'Blue Jasmine'. Cate Blanchett's character was money-orientated Manhattanie wife who lost everything but not her sense of style. She wore designers and very expensive accessories such as pearls , diamonds and silk scarves.She was very classy - white Chanel jacket , white shirt , Hermes bag and jeans. Although I don't have Hermes or Chanel or very expensive accesories , I was trying to create similar elegance with my Michael Kors , Hollister jeans , Simple shirt and timeless trench.