Month: January 2015

Stilettos & Jeans


Top: Pomelo – Jacket: Zara – Shoes: Christian Louboutin

Jeans: Levi’s – Necklace: JOE Fresh – Bag: Kate Spade

Nothing beats skinny jeans and stilettos, especially when it’s Levi’s Revel Curve ID and a pair Louboutin. The Revel jeans hold their shape the exact way in which you bought them (so none of that stretching business) and the Curve ID means you will get the perfect fit. If it wasn’t so hot here I would probably live in them!

Sonic Skincare


Writing about beauty or how to make yourself look “good” has never really been my thing. The whole idea of my blogging about makeup just feels a little bit too superficial, and frankly, that’s just not what A Piece Of Elise is about. In case you’re new to my blog, it’s mostly about having fun and being yourself and ultimately expressing that through your clothing. You will see that in most of my posts I’m sporting a giant smile because I love what I do and I definitely do not take fashion (or myself) too seriously. If you fall in love with something that looks absolutely ridiculous, it would make my day to see you wear it. I am not going to sit here and write about fashion rules or things that are most flattering for your body, because that’s just not how I see it. Having said that, I am completely obsessed with bold lipstick, I think it’s a great way to make an outfit that much more fun.

All Smiles


Leather Skirt: Motif Official – Top: Zara Woman – Shoes: Zalora

Bag: Halston Heritage (SALE) via PeachApp – Glasses: JOE Fresh

So I need to learn to keep my mouth shut. Apparently taking pictures with Ivana makes me excited. There’s this weird fake grass putting green on the roof of my building, turns out it makes for some pretty colorful pictures!

Polka Dots & Ponytails


Silk top, Skirt & Necklace: Joe Fresh – Boots: H&M – Clutch: Dione Collection

 Bracelet: XCUSOR – Sunglasses: D&G

Well friends, I have officially completed 1.5 weeks of work. I have no clue what I’m doing, but I’m slowly learning the ropes. The biggest shock of starting work was that no one has actually given me any work. Weird right? After 4 years of being in school, where I was always told what to learn, write or remember, showing up at an office in which no one tells me anything is probably the most difficult task of all. So here I am, trying to come up with my own stuff to do, which would somehow help out a huge corporation. Sigh. I’m way out of my league here.