Still craving for that cool Sad Boys esthetic with an healthy dose of chic minimalism? Me too. Well, check out ADERerror, an über cool Korean brand that could cater to your needs. Heavely influenced by street wear, everything is oversized. You’ll find your classics, but bigger, and dare I say, better. Writings and logos on fancy looking knitwear, color blocking and impeccable cuts seem to be part of the brand’s DNA. I’m dying to get my hands on the collection, and check the fabrics. I could wear only this all winter.
I decide to do a short and sweet TAG. It’s called “my style in 5”. You’ll five the questions and answers below, feel free to do it too and send me to your blog so I can check it out!
I’m going to have a Youtube version too very soon, so send me to your Youtube channel, I’m always excited to find new channels and blogs to follow.
Here it goes.
1. Who are your style icons?
- Chloe Sevigny
- Jayne from Stop It Right Now
- Jen Brill
- And of course : Kate Moss, Alexa Chung, Jenna Lyons, Leandra Medine, etc.
2. What is your best style advice or tip?
Hi kids. I stumbled upon the The Dreslyn Clearance, and if some cash is still burning your pocket after a few weeks of sale, or if you’ve been saving for the end of the end of sales (you’re smart), here are some of the pieces that caught my eye. On top of the “up to 70% off”, type in the code SALE25 for an additional 25% on all articles on sale. That brings some very nice and luxe pieces to COS or &OtherStories prices, which I think is pretty awesome…. Links and beautiful images after the jump!
Hi guys, hope you enjoy this styling video! I want to make a lot more in the future.
Frozen asparagus and peas are something that I always have in my freezer, because they’re some of my favourite veggies, and they can easily make their way into kind of any dish, to make it healthier/bigger/fancier… Lemons are in my house ALL the time, after two trips to South America, I understood that it was everything’s best friend, and elevated most of my dishes in a second.
And lately, looking at my bank account and realising that I was in deep shaït, I decided to learn how to cook with what I HAVE. Stop to the : “I can make this honey, we have everything except for raw almonds, raw sundried tomatoes, raw hemp seed, avocado, and chili powder…”. That type of attitude doesn’t help. Yes we eat well, but if you have to eat baked potatoes for two weeks until pay day, something’s wrong… And to be honest, we never do that, which would be the sensible thing to do, I never “compromise” on food. And spend, and spend, and spend… And now I’m in the shaït.
So, this is not the fanciest of recipies, but it looks like it, is damn tasty, and unbeatably healthy.
You will need :