Comments 51

Fresh vintage bloom

It’s not always about brand-new garments to create a fresh look. Sometimes, all you need is to reinvent your wardrobe by mixing old clothes with new ones in order to compose a unique style! Therefore, it was high time that my knitted Hugo Boss scarf, bought several years ago from a trip to Berlin, and my vintage Roberto Cavalli sweater made a dynamic comeback. Indeed, they matched my sheepskin overcoat perfectly and guaranteed a bucolic grunge outfit!

♬ in bloom / Nirvana

green green5


Reversed coat by Maison Martin Margiela x H&M / striped wool scarf by Hugo Boss / vintage sweater with leather details by Roberto Cavalli / distressed Tee by Asos / jeans by Insight / studded belt & leather gloves by Zara / studded leopard sneakers by Gienchi / gold aviators Ray-Ban

Photos by Mr.D

P.S. catch up with stylentonic on facebook / twitter / instagram / bloglovin


  1. The scenery in these shots is amazing. As Tina Fey would say, ” I want go there”

    That scarf is pretty cool too.


  2. Great look. I love your sweater and coat.
    Mixing old and new clothes is the Best way to find your own, unique style. I also try to do so :)

  3. “It’s not always about brand-new garments to create a fresh look.” -TRUE!
    Reinvention is the key.
    That’s a great place where you at now.
    Wish i can go there someday.
    It looks peaceful and clean.

    Your scarf and jacket! -MINE! haha

    thank you so much for taking your time checking out my blog.

    happy to follow you…



  4. Athens says

    I missed that Hugo Boss scarf.. You are lucky i dont need it over here!!!

  5. Anny says

    Το’χεις παιδι μου ολο το πακετο!!!!!!Τα τοπια φοβερα.

Post Comment

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s