Apparently I have some kind of attraction for industrial design. The Paleisbrug (or the Bridge of the Palace) is opened since 2015 and it links the most eccentric district of the city, Paleiskwartier, with the center. Maybe eccentric is not the best word to describe the modern architecture here, but for the Netherlands and its gingerbread houses, the building in Paleiskwartier are pretty bold. You almost feel the vibe of Rotterdam modern architecture. The bridge is beautiful in the spring as it was designed as a park and during this time of the year it starts blooming. Provided with elevators at both sides, crossing it with the bike is easy, like everywhere in the Netherlands actually.
The office and high buildings almost make you feel on the Highline in New York. They offered me the atmosphere I needed for my edgy look. I wanted to feature this blazer in my first two posts to see how easy it can be matched with both a flamboyant tulle skirt, but also for a more casual edgy look, combined with skinny leather pants. And of course, a black and white look during the day in the office can be easily brought to life with a nice bag and if you really dare a flower power headband.
Shoes Fred de la Bretoniere (similar here), Jacket Scotch and Soda (sold out, but I like also the one below in strips), Zara Headband (here) & Pants (so many options here), Bag Ted Baker (sold out but a similar floral look below)