LOOKBOOK: BLACK CULOTTES TWO WAYS

Hey beautiful people, wow halfway through the month, how's it been going for everyone? Today I'm back with a look book, one of my favourite blog segments after my Sarah Speaks

This look book features one of my new favourite culottes or should I call these a skort? Its a combination of shorts and a sheer waterfall detail/skirt.
Now, let's get into this shall we?

Look 1

This first look features a camel trench coat (here) that I received from Rosegal. I'm honestly really disappointed with the quality and fit as the picture showed otherwise. I guess that's one if the drawbacks with online shopping. 
 I simply belted the jacket over the culottes and tank top, you all know how I feel about a statement belt. And then I accessorized with my DIY choker and Zara single sole sandals.
Look 2
For this outfit I went for a more casual approach in my styling. This look also features my Edward Mills fringe slides, reviewed here. I was actually going to go with suggestions to either pair these slides with a body-con dress and kimono or a graphic shirt and jeans. 

But honestly on a casual day you'll most like find me in a pair of culottes and a crop top as I like my clothes loose fitted and I really don't have that many pairs of jeans. 

I accessorized with this cute red satchel bag also from Rosegal which I absolutely love and recommend. And it costs just $10! Rosegal also stocks white peasant dresses if you're interested.

You might have noticed that his polkadot crop top from the Vintage Closet 9ja is obviously one of my favourite pieces as I've styled them here,here and here.

Photography by Ruth Audu

Culottes: Thrift || Trench Coat :  Rosegal here|| Top: Vintage Closet 9ja || Bag: Rosegal here || Slides: Edward Mills Lagos || 

If you love lookbook as much as I do be sure to catch up on the most recent ones below.


What's your favorite look? How would you style these culottes differently? Would you even call these shorts culottes? 

This post is sponsored by Edward Mills and Rosegal. All opinions are mine however.

Let’s stay in touch guys
FacebookTwitterInstagram
Google+Bloglovin

18 comments:

Blogoratti said...

Great outfit and accessories. Greetings!

Phos Reflections said...

culottes queen!!

www.phosreflections.wordpress.com

Anonymous said...

Your face always look tired

Sarah Enuwa Audu said...

Thanks you, nice to see you back on here.

Sarah Enuwa Audu said...

Lol thanks hun, you know me

Sarah Enuwa Audu said...

hmm, I'm actually not sure how to reply to that observation but thank you. Perhaps its due to the fact that I'm mostly tired and look even more tired when I don't smile. Note taken though. Thanks for stopping by.

ChicStyleCheck said...

Love those black culottes.. Perfect both way. Love both looks hun.

www.chicstylecheck.com

Ada said...

So sorry about the trench coat. The waisted belt made a lot of sense. Nice style www.adagirl.com.ng

Maudleen Imonirioma said...

Oh I love look 1 more. The coat and heels. You made a really cool choker too. I'll still wear look 2. It's relaxed and casual. Why not?

-Dafashionfreak

MsJPetite said...

Second look is def my fav! Looking good Sarah! :)

PoshNPetite.blogspot.com

Oreoluwa A. said...

I am just here to beg you to hook me with your belt sellers. Epp my belt career, please!

OrΓ©oluwa’s blog

WanShyGirl Blog said...

Awwwww Issa look. I'm so eyeing that purse, if you can't find it anymore I'm not the one that took it πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜πŸ˜. My favorite look is the 2nd because I'm such a lover of an all black look with a pop of color πŸ˜‰

Sarah Enuwa Audu said...

Thanks hun for the constant love.

Sarah Enuwa Audu said...

It's alright, thank you

Sarah Enuwa Audu said...

Lol I'd love to really but I get them randomly.

Sarah Enuwa Audu said...

Lol girl, you have already exposed yourself so know where to look when its missing.

Dominika Goodness said...

Oh Sarah you are such a pro in posing for pictures. I love how you style all the outfits. excellent. BTW biko can I enrol for a picture posing course?lol(just kidding)

DOMINIKA GOODNESS

Sarah Enuwa Audu said...

Lol hun I guess it comes from years of practicing. Thanks so much.

Post a Comment