Man Repeller


So a structured long coat, a turtleneck and a pair of Sarong trousers (which is quote no good unquote according to Damien my bf & photographer) of different shades of grey that I am wearing.

Absolutely no revealing of any kinds of skin or curves, no jewelries at all, it almost seems only natural to go with a nude face and a neutral palette (when in doubt wear grey, by the way). I guess this outfit is fully qualified as a man-repeller, at least Damien thought so.

But hey, so what? Do I feel good in it? Yes! Do I feel comfortable in it? Absolutely! Do I care what other people think about me? Hell no!

So here’s the deal ladies, do not dress to please anyone (men or women), and do not dress to repel anyone, nobody apart from yourself is worth your while to dress up/down for no matter what reasons. If you feel like putting on some ‘man-repelling’ clothes, go ahead and don’t even bother caring what others will think. Because it’s only in the clothes one truly loves that one can emanate that confidence and sacred aura, which, at the end of the day, is the whole point of fashion and style.





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coat: Uniqlo Ines de la Fressange (from last season, here is a shorter blazer version)

cashmere turtle neck: Uniqlo (grey is out of stock)

trousers: Max & Co. (from last season, very similar one here)

booties: Navyboot (I cannot find the exact model online but this is a very similar one)

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