Good evening everyone! I hope the beginning of your 2017 has been great so far. I can’t wrap my head around the fact that it is already February 1rst. But,  do you know what that means? It means it’s time for my January Lookbook. Yay! Essentially, I will share my top looks of each month in a short blog post. This will be a recap of the outfits I wore while frolicking on the sunny beach. Oops – I meant to say walking/shivering on the streets of my hometown. (I think I’m funny, would you agree?) 🙂

I’ve been experimenting with texture by adding touches of velvet to some of my outfits. As an example, I have been pairing this beautiful circle purse from Akira with most of my looks this month. I find this forest green quite beautiful. I’ve actually never owned anything in this colour before, but I am certainly loving it! I am also wearing brown velvet leggings in the look directly above. I have given myself a challenge to street clear from pairing black pants and black boots together (or as often as I normally do). I find that these brown leggings give just the right amount of pop to my overall look.

I also can’t get enough of H&M earrings. I’ve mentionned this a couple of times on my Instagram, but if I can save a jewelery enthuiast from splurging on a trend, I’ll say it over and over again – check. out. the. earrings. at. H&M! It’s almost like they have their very own forturne teller telling them which jewelry pieces and styles will be on trend the upcoming month.

Last but not least, coats coats coats. My most worn camel and beige coloured coats speak for themselves. I will attach images of them so you can shop them easily!

I hope you have a great week and I’ll be back next month for my February Lookbook.


Shop the Post


Circle Fringe Purse


Zena Open Belted Oversized Waterfall Coat


Wool Jacket Beige













Posted by:paremilie

3 replies on “January Lookbook

    1. Hey girls! I would say natural lighting is key. I know that’s probably something you’ve already heard of but it definitely makes the world of a difference when taking any type of photograph. Also, I always remove the noise in pictures once I am done editing them. Hope this helps! 🙂

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