Construction in black

The fact that our backyard has been turned into a giant tent withholding a noisy construction zone, made it tempting to live dangerously, and use the space to snap a few pictures regardless of the “keep out” sign taped to our back door. Not only did it give a rather interesting background to the photos, but also a chance to finally introduce these high waisted Ann Demeulemeester trousers which I got for my birthday last month. As usual, I have worn them on multiple occasions since, yet somehow always managed to avoid getting them eternalized in their full glory. My latest wardrobe resident is made of 85% virgin wool, as comfortable as it can get, and full of neat little details, like the twisted seams, slits in the hem and two buckled straps on the waistline. Very Ann D indeed. Somehow that woman knows how to make clothes to flatter the female body, and hey, that works for me.

Long sleeve shirt: Julius
Knit vest: Object
Trousers: Ann Demeulemeester
Wedge ankle boots: Ann Demeulemeester
Leather bag: Self-made

29 thoughts on “Construction in black

    1. Thanks! I got a bit of a love affair with these pants, if I had to choose pair of pants to wear for the rest of my life, these would be probably them. 🙂 I have some slacks with a wool mix and they are really the best in these cold winter months, I can highly recommend them. 🙂

    1. Yeah, exactly! They are somewhere there in the middle ground. Kind of refreshing and liberating after wearing skinnies all the time. Not that I bash the skinny fit, they will always be rock ‘n’ roll.

    1. En toki! Olen ollut flunssan riivaamana viimeisimmän viikon ja tämä syksy on ollut muuten superkiireinen, joten postaustahti on vähän hiipunut. Luultavasti uutta postausta tulossa huomenna, mikäli ehdin ulos ennen hämärää. 🙂

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