One of my all-time favourite trends in the history of fashion that seems to enjoy a huge revival every summer is the Grecian style. Totally biased view, I know, since I happen to be Greek, but I want to believe that I would love it anyway, for its classic minimalism and its chic elements.
It’s such an easy summer go-to outfit for me, whether it is a simple white pleated dress or a Grecian inspired tunique, combine it with a few well-chosen statement accessories and you look dressed-up with minimal effort.
In order to make the Grecial style a bit more accessible and modern, I combined the white Grecian tunique with a pair of distressed jeans, a minimal leather purse and big 70s sunglasses. Of course, a Grecian outfit would not be complete without a turquoise ring, a pair of Sparta sandals and an evil-eye protection necklace!
Distressed jeans: ZARA ♠ Denim jacket: Pimkie ♠ Grecian tunique: flea market, Monastiraki, Athens ♠ Purse: Coach ♠ Sunglasses: Stradivarius ♠ Evil eye necklace: dim (did it myself) ♠ Woven bamboo bracelets: street seller, Donousa island ♠ Sparta sandals: folk shops, Folegandros island ♠ Turquoise silver ring: vintage ♠ Lipstick: Yves Rocher, Violine.
XO, Maria Delta