Minimal Spring Style #2

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Kicking off this week with part 2 of my Minimal Spring Style editorials (see part 1 here). It's hard to believe that I used to be a full-on floral fanatic, preferably rocking the print in multi-colour. Now I often even consider a breton striped tee to be too much print. But, like I said, Berlin has me inspired to draw a little outside of my sartorial lines so to speak, and of course I had to inject my wardrobe with a little print as well this season.

It may have already started out with this "crazy" pair of snakeskin lace-ups, which were (not so?) coincidentally bought during a quick pre-move trip to... yes indeed, Berlin. And now I needed to add some printed textile, so I hopped online and browsed Zalando for some good pieces. When I came across this fun piece I knew that this was it. Maybe I was feeling the florals again (after all, it is Spring: ground breaking...), but most of all I liked that it's not a subtle print. Though paired with this jumpsuit - which I'm sure I'll be wearing lots - it actually looks chic and it shows that this printed bomber might even look better dressed up than simply paired with jeans and a tee.

Stay tuned for the third minimal spring style look later this week!

This post was created in collaboration with Zalando.