I’d like to think that some leeway between the corporate and creative could be explored even at this day and age.
That rant being the inevitable trap of expected work wear.
Granted, with office dress codes and expected hemlines to adhere to:moving on from the likes of Cotton on and Suprés of my Uni days to more
Only to strain against the limits of formal office wear that just seems to lack that element of je ne sais quoi all over again? Riddikulus.
That being said whilst digesting Simmel’s analysis on his identified layers of social stratum that poses a paradoxical response to fashion vs personal freedom. In order to delicately balance between personal and professional characteristics with coffee; EllySage’s creative efforts make up for the side eyes or eyebrows cocked up with a bemused “You’re a what now?” expression that I do not care for in any situation when it presents itself.
In fact, being able to perpetuate beyond (subjectively) curated content on social media to show that a foot in the creative industry does have a greater importance in it’s own way.
And I’d like to think that some leeway between the corporate and creative could be explored even at this day and age.
in collaboration with EllySage
Look 1: asymmetric striped top (navy), striped culottes (navy), Look 2: cami top with piping (Olive), asymmetric draped skirt (black), Look 3: tucked drape shirt with piping (Pink), Asos oversized fishnet tights (white), Just Jeans girlfriend jean extra high rise (alternatives here), Look 4: paneled midi dress with sash (white), Katya Komarova Nude corset
Styling and Photography// NICOLE FANG
shot on Canon 6D with 24-105mm lens