– In collaboration with GRANA –
Take the same shirt & pants combo, but do it two ways. I love how depending on what colours you choose and how you put something together, that the same silhouette can look completely different with a simple switch of colours.
I’m excited to bring to you my latest collaboration with GRANA. I’m a big fan of their Chinese silk range and especially love how many colours of the rainbow you can get everything in – the new colours in particular are divine, you have to check them out. Today I’m sharing some ideas on just how versatile these pieces can be. Whether you’re looking for a shirt for the weekdays or weekend, these two pieces are ready for both.
Everybody loves black pants for work and I’m not gonna lie – I do too. These silk ones are perfect for such an occasion and I love how as soon as you choose anything in black, you start to look corporate, even if you’ve paired it with a dusty purple shirt and a quirky necklace. In fact, this has always been my secret to attempting to look put together if I ever need to attend a meeting. Dress half-serious and do whatever you like with the other half. It works, I swear!
Like I was saying before, the best thing about these pieces is that if you choose them in a different colour combo, you instantly get a very different feel from the same silhouettes. I love the pop of colour these pants bring – cornflower blue is one of my favourite colours. Here I’ve paired it back with a more neutral, dusty cream coloured shirt which if you pair back with black pants, will again transform your look to something more smart. The colour-play is so fun for me because generally when I think shirt and pants, I think it’s something way too serious for me but when you get so many colours to choose from, you realise you aren’t just limited to the ordinary. You can really do anything with such a combo!
GRANA is offering 10% discount & free shipping for all orders with coupon code ‘KANIXGRANA’. The code expires at the end of June 2016, so get in quick!
Photography: Rowena Cao using Canon EOS 7D Mark II