Mood boards. Mood boards. Mood boards.
This is pretty much the only thing on my head right not. Oh yeah... maybe also lingerie, advertisements and luxury brands.
For my course I have to create 2 mood boards. I have chosen to present lingerie in a fun and witty way and lingerie in a sensual way. I always loved playing around with photoshop so I can actually spent hours on it.
However. This is not one of the mood boards I will hand in.
This one shows the traditional and heritage style of the autumn. Instead of a colour palette I took detailed photos of my own favourite autumn clothes.
From left to right:
Rolled up, high waist vintage trousers (Berlin)
Cardigan vintage (Cow Nottingham)
Brocade coat (Apricot/New Look)
Wool scarf (Marks&Spencers, vintage, Camden Lock Market)
Fur collar (mum)
Silk blouse (mum)
In the background: "Autumn in Paris" by Viktor Shvaiko. His paintings are absolutely beautiful. Have a look. On the right wall you can see one of Alfonso Muchas masterpieces. I have it as a poster on my wall. And I consider getting a tattoo in an art nouveau style as well.
The girls on the right are from a french Elle fashion editorial and the others from "Who What Wear".
The printer poncho cape is perfectly combined with neutral colours and bare legs to make the look a bit more sexy.
The mid-length skirt is very chic and feminine.
The maxi coat is the next step for fashionistas after maxidresses and maxiskirts.
The mustard-coloured socks on the right side with brogues and dark red/green clothes is definitely a thing to remember.
And last but not least, the look on the right side shows how a brown look from head to toe can actually work out.