Luca Grossi®

Casual look September 2022

Wearing a casual outfit is synonymous with comfort; that’s why this is one of the most popular and worn by women.

It is very easy to create this kind of look that makes us all feel comfortable and most importantly without making us lose our style.

We now recommend four casual outfit ideas to copy when you are undecided about what to wear.

As a first alternative, we propose a combination consisting of jeans, a blouse and a chanel model shoe. The pants we have chosen for you is a white flared jeans with a raw hem, the blouse is in a pink jacquard pattern with bow tie and puff sleeves, and finally a pair of chanels with leather upper, leather sole, leather lining and 2 cm heel like the article Barbra 623 in the nude version by Luca Grossi.

The second look we want to propose you can create with a skirt, a blouse and a pump. The skirt is crisscrossed and draped wrap midi model in a solid burgundy color, the blouse is made of chiffon with an embroidered collar in a solid black color, and to finish, a black patent leather décolleté embellished with a platinum accessory, leather sole, leather lining and 2 cm heel like article Claudia 614 in the black version by Luca Grossi.

As a third outfit, we recommend a combination of a wide trouser skirt, a T-shirt and comfortable sneakers. The trouser skirt is a wide model in tobacco-colored solid color, the t-shirt is simple with front pocket in white solid color, and the sneakers are leather embellished with beige/gold elastic and platinum and crystal bees accessories, 3 cm white rubber sole and leather lining like item Elsa 217 in the milk-white version by Luca Grossi.

As last option, you can wear jeans, a blouse and sneakers. For example, you can opt for high-waisted slim mom model jeans with a mid-wash blue bottom slit, a ruffled blouse laced at the back in a solid cream color, and finally, white leather sneakers embellished with platinum-colored star eyelets, white laces, 3-cm white rubber sole and leather lining like item Diana 619 by Luca Grossi.