Techno in Bucharest

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“Disorientating, mind blowing, brutal, fun, surprising, longlasting and freaky, Berlin is probably the best clubbing city in Europe”, berlinclubs.com states.  With this thought in mind and a serious nostalgia, probably caused by the serious hangover after last night’s night out, I was ready to unleash my inner little techno curiosity and decided to dress up as I would attend a techno party- still, in my own characteristic and slightly bohemian way.

Well, since I am not in Berlin due to my family’s hysteria over the Corona virus outbreak, I tried working with what I have around me and thank God that, for once, I was inspired by the cold, damp and gloomy corners of Bucharest in my search for the ultimate edgy part. Although Bucharest may seem a stone-cold, dirty place, it is not barren at all. Bohemian places are at every corner and there is a little bit for everyone- and even such dusty, abandoned-like corners have their charm.

Therefore, inspiring from the aesthetics of the city, I wend for a slightly industrial look, starting with a pair of large, leather trousers, for the ultimate techno result. I then went for a little bit of colour with this plaid orange shirt, over which I added a vintage Levi`s denim vest. Instead of choosing a pair of boots, as everyone would have expected, I rather opted for a a pair of black shoes, that made a good contrast with the rest of the outfit. The final touch was adding a beret, which I so like and I marked my waist by adding a belt with a Harley-Davidson inspired buckle. My old Guess leather jacket made a good pair with the trousers and drew even more looks towards me, that made me cringe like nothing before, but.. I loved it!

What stylistic zone are you trying to access more and haven’t already? As always, don’t forget to dare to be the person you’ve always wished to be!

Love, L.C.

What I wore:

  1. Trousers: Vetements

  2. Vest: Levi`s

  3. Shirt: H&M

  4. Belt: no brand; vintage.

  5. Shoes: Aldo

  6. Beret: Costes.

Last modified: March 10, 2020

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