I am sure everyone has a pair of cycling shorts in their wardrobe. Cycling shorts, have been trending for a while now, since last year. To be honest, I was not really into that trend until recently. You don't have to wear cycling shorts with an oversized tee anymore. Cycling shorts can be dressed up or down and that's why I believe this piece is a must have in your wardrobe.
Blazer ( Zara), Blue Mules (Stradivarius), Cycling shorts (Primark), Crop Top (Zara), Sunglasses ( ASOS)
A prefect co-ord set is prefect for summer. As you can see from the pictures above
I have paired a pain black cycling shorts that I picked up from Primark with a black crop top from Zara to create a co-ord set. You don’t have to go out and buy a co-ord set, in fact, you are better of creating your own like I have. Don't get me wrong I love a good co-ord set, but some co-ord sets are slightly pricey.
In order to add some colour to my look I have added a splash of light blue to my overall outfit. Sometimes, an all-black outfit can be slightly dull. These blue mules definitely elevates a look. As you can see, I have also added an oversized blazer to make the outfit look slightly, trendy and stylish. I am team blazer and cycling shorts.
Look at the first picture, I have added some sunglasses to this look. I am not a sunglasses person, but I added these sunglasses to make my outfit look extra AF.
As mentioned above that I love the idea that you can dress cycling shorts up and down. Here's a look dressed down. I am wearing my favourite chunky D’lites trainers from Sketchers. Of course, I had to add some statement gold jewelleries to this look as well, but unfortunately you can not see them properly in these pictures, sorry. Here's a quick tip, add a chunky necklace, a chunky bracelet and bold gold earrings to complete a similar look.
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