Lace-up corset top

lace-up corset top

When I spotted this lace-up corset top from Style Mafia online, I just couldn’t resist clicking it home to me. Okay, to be honest, I don’t have that much money to spend on clothing. But every once in a while I try to invest in a pretty piece that would last me for years. A high-quality item that’ll probably still look good on me when I’m 10 years older. Looking at this lace-up corset, scrolling through the images of it, I was already imagining myself at Paris Fashion Week. I thought this would look oh-so-good on a pretty Parisian balcony or so. I ordered it and about a week later I found myself that cute balcony scenery. It was at Hotel Nolinski at 16 Avenue de l’Opéra, where I was chilling the day before yesterday with some fellow bloggers. A disclaimer must be given however: I didn’t stay at Hotel Nolinski during PFW, you guys. I’ve booked a room in a hostel in the La Bastille area. Which was cheap as F, fabulously located and it had great wifi. A.k.a. it was just PERFECT for me. My tiny room on the 3rd floor of this hostel made me feel so at ease. It really felt like coming ‘home’ in a way, which was just what I needed during those busy weeks of fashion week. Okay enough of the bla-bla, what do you think of my look?

Lace-up corset top Style Mafia

Lace-up corset top Style Mafia

let me know!

Wearing: lace-up corset top ensemble – Style Mafia, trousers – Zara (similar ones with pearls found here, here and here), pumps – Omoda, earrings – Mango (which are similar to these ones in their current collection), bag – (I guess you know by now, it’s..) Stella McCartney 

xoxo Frederique

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My name is Frederique and I run this personal style blog. After graduating from law school in April 2014 – University of Utrecht (The Netherlands), exchange: Uppsala (Sweden) and UC Berkeley (USA) – I built FAB le Frique from scratch and decided to spread my lifelong interest in fashion and lifestyle with the world (wide web). Taking a leap of faith, making a career transition, leaving a known and charted career path is scary. But if the only actual obstacle blocking me from doing what I’m truly passionate about is ‘fear’, I hereby conquer my fears and go forward with my passion.