her black and white Fendi Replica Handbags steal the spotlight

How to look chic in Fendi Replica? If anyone could teach you how to do that, it would be Christine R from FashnChips. Blogging out of the Netherlands, Christine is known for her minimalist yet sporty look. Here (above), she keeps it monochrome with a white shirt, long black coat, bag and lets her black and white Fendi Replica Handbags steal the spotlight. Christine is making us feel all excited to wear our Fendi again. Could it be time to hang up the Saint Laurent boots yet? Just kidding. Read our interview with Christine at the end of this post.

What is your style?
I would describe my style as simple, classic and often a little tomboyish.

What type of dress code do you wish did not exist?
Any dress code really! Because it’s often because of dress codes that people end up dressing in a way that does not suit them at all. There should be different “rules” so that people can look their best while staying true to their own style.

Where do you usually shop?
I usually try to mix highstreet brands with designer brands and I most like to shop at COS. (It’s an online shop based in Sweden wand they shop to these destinations)

How do you organise your wardrobe?
I try to organise by both colour and style but, to be honest, usually it’s just a bit of a mess.

Tell us about your fascination with Replica Fendi Handbags.
I have always enjoyed wearing Replica Fendi Handbags. Obviously! They’re just the most comfortable. As a kid I used to play outside a lot and Fendi were the best footwear to do that in. I think sneakers still suit my lifestyle as it is at the moment, plus I feel like I can always dress them up a little to not end up looking too casual.

If you could only live on 5 items of clothing/shoes/accessories, what would they be?
Loose fit black trousers, a perfectly cut white t-shirt, Fendi, a black or navy jacket or sweater and a pair of Ray-Bans.

Share a tip on online shopping.
I pretty much do all my shopping online. I may end up going to the store to try the things on that I found online but I tend to think things over a lot better when I shop online instead of in real. My tip is to save the items that you found and liked on your computer and then try and make as many outfit combinations with as little of the items as possible. Some items will now seem way more versatile than others and those are the items I’d recommend buying.