Elodie Ouedraogo is a well-known sportswoman in Belgium - more in particular in athletics - but fashion has always been a big part of her life. I'm already following Elodie for a long time now because she has that kind of style that I love: one day she can be very feminine, followed by a day where she just wants to wear a big sweater with jeans. So when I read that she had made her own sweater line for the Belgian brand JBC, I was sold immediately because I knew it would be great! The collection exists of 6 sweaters --> I made a compilation of my three favorites below. 
I have to admit: Wednesday it was the first time that I entered a shop from JBC. But thanks to Elodie I have now broadened my horizon! And I have to admit, the collection is very neat. I bought the sweater with the golden sequins, and the design was really well done: every little sequin was attached perfectly! 

Are you guys sweater fans? And what do you think of ElodieforJBC?


FAPulous tomboy

Today my blogpost is a huge serenade to the fabulous Belgian brand Filles à Papa, launched already 5 years ago in 2009. The two creative minds behind this American sportswear inspired brand are sisters Sarah & Carol Piron. Every single time their collections are very eye-opening when it comes to the fabrics that they use and the contrasts/paradoxes that they create with patterns and colors. I just love FAP because it's always fresh and innovativeBut what I like the most is its rebellion funkiness and this certain twist fortified with a 'je ne sais quoi' vibe. 

One of their most iconic pieces so far, is the famous Tomboy T-shirt - which also exists in a sweater form - already seen on a lot of celebrities. I was thrilled when it became mine last Christmas. It all started with my bewitchment by the advertising campaign for this T-shirt: so beautiful and pure (click here to see it)! Since then, it just didn't go out my mind. I know, you maybe think, what's the fuss about this T-shirt? It seems quite a simple design? Well, I can just say that I don't know it either. Let's blame it on that FAPulous 'je ne sais quoi' effect... 

Are you guys a fan of FAP?