THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING YOURSELF WITH CLUSE

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING YOURSELF WITH CLUSE

Embracing what makes you, you (!) and daring to just be yourself with CLUSE.

The fashion world is my favourite because of one underlying reason: that you just get to be yourself. While trends come and go, and whether you embrace them or not is completely up to you - there's always the ability for each of us to keep our own style as exactly how we like it the most. And that is okay, and it's what makes us unique.

Now more than ever, as the fashion world grows, new brands emerge, the blogging industry expands and our wish lists of new things grow (or is that just me?!), it's important to stay true to yourself. Heck, dare to be yourself and shine that uniqueness that makes you, you!

What makes you the truest version of yourself when it comes to outfits? For me, it's quite obvious and I love that it's that way. It's dressing in all black outfits and absolutely owning the lack of colour in my wardrobe! While I have, of course, experimented with prints and some variations of colour, I always come back to all black. So much so, that it's even extended to all black accessories, with the recent addition to my collection of the CLUSE La Boheme Mesh in, you heard it here first, full black! Is there a watch that has ever been any more me? I don't think so! I've been pairing this guy with all of my outfits lately and it goes perfectly with absolutely everything. Love at all black sight? I think so!

All of CLUSE's beautiful watches are unique designs - maybe that's why I've fallen in love with them and feel them fitting so seamlessly with my everyday style. Always one to latch on to an accessory that has a little bit of quirkiness to it, which I feel the all-black design of the La Boheme has to offer. 

 

What makes you 'you' when it comes to fashion? I want to know!

 

WEARING | CLUSE La Boheme Mesh Watch, in Full Black, VINTAGE LEATHER JACKET, GLASSONS CAMI, TOPSHOP JONI JEANS, TOPSHOP SHOES, OROTON BAG

 

Post in collaboration with CLUSE.

Photography by Rohan Benstead