Paulina lives in Poland, and blogs about her style over at Daisyline. Her style is elegant, trendy, very polished and pretty, with impeccable make-up and hair. Paulina is Queen Pastels, who also loves dainty jewellery, plaid and leather pants. She doesn’t wear jeans often, but wears skinnies and tailored trousers like it’s nobody’s business.
Paulina’s style persona is extremely polished, and she has a knack for making everything she wears look pretty and ladylike. Here, she’s tucked a pair of skinnies with fun plaid pattern into buckled platform boots. The ink and black mixed media coat picks up the colours in the pants, and echoes the hard-edged vibe of the motorcycle-style ankle boots. Conversely, the pale pink satchel and ruffled blush pullover add girly softness. As do our blogger’s rosy cheeks and lipstick, long bob, and dainty pieces of jewellery. Great irregular outfit juxtaposition.
I initially thought Paulina was sporting a dress because the top and skirt blend into one another seamlessly. The blouse’s large black and white photographic print injects a good dose of graphic integrity into this on trend look. Unexpected, and a great dressy take on the inherently casual graphic tee. The fluid fit and subtle peplum hemline work beautifully with the full skirt. The flattering above-the-knee length paired with low-vamped pointy toe pumps lengthens the leg line. The baby blue footwear bookends our blogger’s top, and the all-blue outfit highlights Paulina’s beautiful blue eyes. Bright pink lipgloss and a charming mini crossbody finish off the look.
If you’re looking for inspiration on how to wear skinnies and tailored trousers, then Paulina is your girl. White skinnies with black tuxedo stripe down the sides are the centrepiece of this outfit. The stripe stops at the knee, which makes for an interesting visual. It’s almost like a flash of lightning. She’s paired the trousers with a simple black drapey blouse with deep V-neck, and amped up the crisp graphic integrity of the look with a structured, colour block bag that echoes the colours of the pants. Our blogger created an even bigger visual statement by throwing on a bright yellow moto jacket and hot pink pumps. Modern and bold!
This is a fab example of Angie’s Dramatic Maxi Cardigan ensemble. Paulina created a column of colour with black pleather pants and a feminine blouse with sheer panelling. Tucking the skinnies into booties that fit snugly around the ankle makes her legs go on for miles. The steel-tipped stilettos and pleather pants are the tougher looking elements in this outfit, which is offset by the pretty blouse with lace-like detailing and our blogger’s always polished ‘do and make-up. The finer gauge knit and folded down lapels of the cardigan also provide visual softness. The below-the-knee length, low-contrast light grey and long pendant create further vertical integrity. The dark burgundy bag works great with this colour palette. Finally, bright red nail polish adds a playful touch.
Sometimes pairing a puff-sleeved top with a full, pleated skirt can look a bit twee, but Paulina cleverly counteracts this by going with a very bold colour combo. The cornflower blue with neon yellow is unexpected and eye-catching. She also picked garments in more rigid fabrications, which juxtaposes brilliantly with the super feminine silhouette. A puff sleeve blouse looks great on a narrower shoulder. This one tapers in towards the elbow so that it doesn’t overwhelm Paulina’s dainty frame. Tucking the blouse into the skirt reins in the overall volume and creates structure, as does the triangle-shaped seam running down the front of the top. The Tiffany blue pumps are less saturated than the rest of the outfit, but the colour works beautifully here. Oversized pearls are the perfect princess-y finishing touch.
Doesn’t this pretty peach suit our blogger’s ladylike and polished style to a T. Paulina is our Queen Pastels for sure. She wore this Sporty Luxe look last November, but it transitions easily into Spring. The tailored fit and fabric of the cropped light grey trousers make them dressy. The drawstring closure, sneakers and hat add the sporty touch. The white boat neck top adds crispness, and is a flattering style on our blogger. The round-shouldered coat is fashionably oversized with an androgynous cut that is made more feminine thanks to the delicious sorbet colour. Paulina’s stone satchel further dresses up the outfit, while her rosy lips and cheeks amp up the girly factor.
What do you think of Paulina’s polished and feminine style? Let us know in the comments, and then hop on over to Daisyline to browse the rest of her outfits, or check out what inspires her on Pinterest.