Zara top and jeans. Versace x H&M jacket. Chanel watch. Tory Burch Bag. River Island sandal. Roberto Cavali shades.
This is a very simple outfit that I wore to brunch with the family! As you can see, I’ve put together a very plain green top with a light pair of skinny jeans and topped it up with a Versace X H&M statement piece. It’s one of the unique pieces I own; the detail on it is just incredible. The perfect outfit for lunch. Simple and chic.
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