Chimi Glasses and Chilled Outfits
Hey, what's up everyone? Hope you're all having a good week! I just wanted to say a quick thank you for all of the amazing feedback on my last post! It means so much to me that so many of you engaged with my post. It's really helped to build my confidence in what i'm trying to do. So on to the next one!
So, I wanted to throw out another style post for you guys. I know all the good weather is coming to an end, so i'm clinging on to all the summer vibes. That said, I thought I'd talk to you about the newest addition to my sunglasses collection.
I've been following a brand called Chimi Eyewear for a while now and I finally caved to in to one of there beautiful pieces (Quick disclaimer: this is not a paid endorsement)! Those of you that watch my Instagram Stories (follow here) will have seen me in them. They are a cool brand run out of Stockholm, Sweden and they produce affordable eyewear in nine different colours, in three classic models. When I first saw the guava colour, I literally dropped everything and ordered a pair. As I've mentioned in previous posts, I'm definitely not afraid of a little bit of colour, especially pink. Takes a real man wear pink I say.
The model for me is definitely the 001. A strong, classic style, with a masculine edge to it, perfect for pretty much any head or face shape. They do run a little bit small but they are totally worth it if that doesn't bother you. I also love the hashtag the brand use, #onepairisnotenough! It's something that I live by when it comes to my wardrobe.
I decided to style these with a relaxed look. Just so you know, you can find all of the pieces linked above, starting with my off white tie dye layered t-shirt, powder pink cropped jogger style trousers from Bershka (similar linked above) and my all white 'Old Skool' style Vans. I decided to accessorise the look with an Eastpak hip bag, my limited edition Tom Sayers watch from The Camden Watch Company (link here) and an anklet that I found on Etsy (linked here, alternative above).
Thanks, for giving this a read. I hope you enjoyed it. If you do pick up a pair of Chimi's, let me know in the comments below. Would love to hear from you.
Until next time, live and enjoy life.