First of all, the question of all (harness) questions: where to get an appropriate harness (just to prevent people getting wrong ideas and all)? Mine, called Oxford - if that's not respectable, what is? - is by Zana Bayne. Their website looks mysterious but in fact, they're made of leather, which I find sort of important as it won't look cheap (- mind you!).
Well, so we've got that but then, how to mix&match a harness? Frankly, it's the easiest way to just act as if it's a necklace but actually it really is not as you won't feel the same way. Also, I can tell, people will look ... let's say puzzled...
Oh, and right, keep it classy and simple - to, again, avoid wrong impressions. Also, items that are tightly-tight in the waist such as high waisted skirts, pants and umm.. etcetera, etcetera are an easy mix&match. Layering does it all (as always). Peplum comes in handy too, of course. Dresses too, by the way.
Outfit: shoes Adele Fado, pants The Kooples, bag Vintage, sunnies E&E c/o Bloggers Wardrobe, blazer and top Zara (similar here and here), harness Zana Bayne (similar here and here)
Have a great day!
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