Why partner look doesn’t equal partner look and lots of holiday vibes!
Sweeties, today, we’ve got a couple outfit post for you in which we did match our outfits in a way, but still not too much “in your face”. This look was our “go-to” look in Marrakesh. We enjoyed wearing it while walking in the shade of the palm trees and also for a candle light dinner with tajine and music by Édith Piaf.
By the way, we very often coordinate our outfits in this way, subtly, but still visible partner looks, so that people might notice we belong together, but not immediately, hehe.
Max is wearing his perfect Dapper Dan-lookin this outfit, I also like to call him the cotton farmer when he’s dressed like this. A linen shirt by Stone Island via Breuninger*, brown braces by H&M, a suuper soft pair of chino trousers by 7 For All Mankind via Breuninger* in a light colour, brown shoes (for daytime, Birkenstocks, at night more elegant leather shoes), a chic pair of sunnies by Persol via Mister Spex* and perhaps a lovely bracelet by Thomas Sabo*. The look is cool, modern, yet vintage and very grown-up.
I, personally, love this mix of cool and chic as well and that is why I’ve combined my lovely new Valentino Rockstud Spike bag via Breuninger* with a white knit by Ivyrevel, a white pair of jeans by Mango, Hermès Oran sandals, that you can’t see in the pictures and my “eccentric” (hehe) pair of sunglasses by Adam Selman x Le Specs. My moon pendant on my necklace and my bracelet is from the Charm Club collection by Thomas Sabo*, so lovely!
How do you like our spring-like, bright Marrakesh couple look? We can’t wait to read your comments girls and boys!