Style || Monochrome Basics.

There’s nothing that makes me happier than my weekends lately. My opthalmology posting has been good to me in the weekends department because for once, I actually get to do little to no work on weekends and can focus on writing posts, getting on top of my emails and figuring out how I’m going to do this being successful thing. Lol.



My wardrobe is currently filled with more of work outfits and when the weekend rolls around, I get stuck and just can’t for the life of me think of what to wear. Med life induced style rut *sigh*
My go to lately when I can’t figure out what to wear has been this polka dot free flowing crop top. It works so well paired with a million and one things that I wonder why it took me so long to fall in love with it. I paired it with my black pants from this post on baring skin and finished up the look with white flats. I think there’s just something about white shoes that adds extra spice to a look.

What do you think?

This outfit isn’t exactly a recent one. I wore this during my stay at the Dunes centre in Abuja. I decided to go for a casual and comfortable feel (as per normal) on that day, because at the dunes I had to be dressy on more than a few occasions and this look was the one outfit that made me feel a little bit more like myself again.


Pairing oversized on oversized and disregarding the normal rules of proportions might not be everyone’s cup of tea but I find that the whole boxy silhouette thing works just fine for me. Another thing that I love is my monochrome, you might have already guessed from the official cover design of the Cassie Daves blog planner. Lol 
We all know that you can’t go wrong with all black looks but black and white is just one of those pairings that equally werks. 

Do you agree?  
Do you have a go to outfit or style formula for when you’re stuck in a rut? Please share and let’s connect.
Hope you have a wonderful week ahead too! 

P. S – Check out how I styled the top previously in this post
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Author: Cassie Daves

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