Last week I was invited by the press agency MG Distribution to discover the Danish brand Ganni. I had never heard of it before, but the Spring 2013 campaign pictures made me pretty curious. The collection really surprised me in a positive way: Ganni has pieces for everyone! There's cute, there's cool, there's feminine and there's minimalistic. And the best part for me is the fact that it's fairly affordable too. Let me guide you through Ganni's latest collection!
This dress was my number one favourite item while browsing through the racks. The loose fit, the girly print and the mini length fit my style perfectly! Really had to control myself not to grab it and runnn....
How cool are these black overalls? My friend Robin came with me to assist me with photos and suggested to try this cute baby blue lace piece of underwear underneath it. PWETTY!
The print of this dress immediately reminded me of Diane Von Furstenberg (one of my faves!) and the shirt had this amazing leather texture with a washed denim look.
PERFORATED SHORTS, people! The sports trend is getting out of control and I'm loving it. These sporty shorts went perfectly together with a cute striped shirt and a bold red leather jacket.
Favourite item number two from the Spring collection: a boxy baby pink wool jacket <3 I wanted to steal it and just look at it forever. So simple yet intriguing! Would definitely go well in my closet!
Another combo I liked very much: sporty striped shorts and a soft floral print cardigan.
And again: super cool sporty shorts! One of Robin's favourite combinations.
GLITTER BOOTS (need to say no more)
Elegant pumps in a gorgeous grass-green colour. I can definitely see these with a cute floral dress while sipping from a cocktail at a fancy garden party. Oh, the imagination...
This cute doggie was guarding some cool wedges! :-)
You can buy Ganni at Baby Beluga and YOUR in Antwerp, Rewind in Ghent, Ymra in Schilde, Reservoir shop in Brussels and many more... Not to mention they have an online shop AND sell on Asos too, but I do advise you to check out (and feel!) the clothing in real life! Personally I think that the collection is way stronger than it may look on the product shots.
Well, I hope I've provided you with some new inspiration while shopping ;-) The typical high street stores do get a bit boring after a while, don't they...?