As Summer is fast approching all of us fashionistas are in the hunt for those statement pieces in order to build the perfect Summer wardrobe. Well, no need to worry ladies, cause TWINFASHION and DIESEL got you covered this year; together we'll be showing you some of the key pieces for Summer from the DIESEL SS14 collection (hashtag hellYEAH).

#1 on my Summer wishlist is this DIESEL denim-look jacket. Well, as you can see it's not your average denim jacket and that's exactly what makes it so special (and uber-stylish). Being aware of the fact that many people would have a hard time figuring out how to make this staple piece work, I'm showing you the easiest way to incorporate it into your look; denim on denim ladies and gents-no shoes required-and you're ready for your long Summer afternoon walks!

ph. by John Votsaris

Wearing: DIESEL jacket & skinny jeans

Looking for more inspiration on how to style this jacket? Stay tuned cause I'll be giving you some more ideas in the upcoming posts!

xo

NAT


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Hope you are all having a great weekend up to this far...enjoy every minute of the day and be grateful..keep your spirits up and show your love! I am in a very happy mood as you can understand from my writing! So, in this post I am suggesting you a very fashionable and easy way of doing rock chic. Simply pair your ripped bf jeans with a tee and the so-hot-right now military jacket and top the look off with a nice pair of high heeled sandals. I'm gonna have to warn you now; you'll get to see more posts of everything military in the near future - camo is back and I am totally loving it!


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Lately I often find myself eager to experiment with new styles, especially when it comes to tops. Take for instance that RATT top. It's modern with a girly spin, yet can easily be dressed down with boyfriend jeans and the right pair of sneakers.


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