Every month, we take a closer look at a man or woman who has inspired us with their style. This time it is Pauline's turn, with her sophisticated yet relaxed outfit.
Toulouse (31), on a Thursday in December. We come across Pauline, a marketing manager. Before going off to buy her last few Christmas presents, she strikes a pose with a smile and plays along for a quick interview with us.
At the moment, I swear by black lace, like this Pimkie blouse adorned with a Peter Pan collar. I usually wear it like I am wearing it today, coupled with Zara suit trousers, which are baggy for a more relaxed style, or with raw denim jeans. I love coupling these pieces with a Sandro leather jacket to give a "rock chick" look to the whole outfit, and a pair of white Stan Smiths to break up the fully black outfit.
Yes, it's the perfect mix between comfort and sophistication. I love being stylish but I like feeling at ease too! As for colours, I alternate between wearing white, black, grey and gold trainers... I have loads of pairs and I have a weakness for suede, glittery or imitation crocodile designs.
Black, white and grey... which I liven up with a touch of colour. Today, I have done this with two items that I love: a Diane Von Furstenberg pink leopard print scarf and an electric blue clutch that I found on Amazon.
Besides a few coloured accessories, I also use jewellery to personalise my looks. At the moment, I can't live without my 21 grams necklace, my Cluse watch and my Dinh Van ring. If I had time, I would also apply red or burgundy nail varnish to add the finishing touches to my outfit.
It has been for a few months, yes! In the morning, I take a few minutes to put waves into my hair with straighteners and I add a small amount of plant oil. I break up the curls for a floatier effect and that's it. Recently I had about 15cm cut off my hair to make my hair look more dynamic and I think wavy hair suits my new haircut. Especially when it is combined with a few lighter strands, like my blond ombré.