A lace bodysuit and denim jeans (especially ones with raw edging) is my fool-proof weekend outfit. There's nothing I love more than combining different materials and different situational pieces to create new outfits. Lace for me has always had such a feminine quality, this is why I love to change it up by pairing it with harsher fabrics like denim and leather to create a more tomboy look.
This outfit is one of my favourites on the blog to date, I unashamedly live in denim jeans and have an ever growing collection but lace for me is a new addition. As I start to think about the warmer months I've definitely been considering the more feminine styles that have been emerging on the market. I've found a greater love for floaty fabrics and floral prints and am definitely looking to brands like Privacy Please, L'academie, LPA and Majorelle to fill my summer wardrobe with. These are brands that I've only just been introduced to and frankly it comes as such a surprise to me that they appeal so much to me, when I was younger I was such a 'girly' girl being very traditional in what I liked and didn't like. As I grew into my teens I became more interested in a feminine X masculine approach to dressing (think tailored pants, blazers, combat boots) and don't get me wrong this is still very much my style but I can't help but notice the embracing of traditionally feminine dressing.
For me I think the best way for me to approach this is just as I have above, mixing something so feminine as a lace bodysuit (which by the way as a halter piece is perfect for small busted girls like me because personally I feel it only accentuates your natural curves) and pairing it some no-fuss denim.
Pieces of this outfit were gifted by REVOLVE, if you are looking for a new pair of jeans I can't urge you enough to check out GRLFRND, such a great cut and the denim quality makes this pair one of the best I have ever owned (think real, genuine denim fit and feel).