I just wanted to say thank you for all your comments on my weekend post, your support always means so much to me. Anyway here I am with an actual up to date outfit post, I still have loads to show you from like a month back but I just couldn't wait with this one.
I had, had this outfit in mind for a while now and for some reason I just hadn't gotten round to wearing it, now I feel that it was because I was missing this amazing arm and neck candy from Cooee, as well as needing to find myself a new beanie. I wanted to create a look which had an overall grungy feel, as well as having a certain amount of modern influence, whilst still keeping classic undertones apparent. I kept the proportions of the look fairly oversized to create a nonchalant vibe which I felt helped to evoke the grungy tones that I wanted for the look. And these wide leg trousers by Raoul were perfect for that. I then layered my oversized very old grey jumper over my sisters checked shirt and then my own checked shirt wrapped around my waist, for ultimate grungy detailing. To bring a slightly grown up twist to the look I wore my pointed boots and tweed blazer. Annoyingly it didn't fit over my arms, due to the layers. So, I instead did the cool-girl thing and just let it hang over my shoulders, which I ended up preferring anyway and yes because it made me feel cool!!
To complete the outfit my Cooee necklace and bracelets were definitely needed and I couldn't resist piling them up, though I missed out the red one as I think it would of been to much with all the other red in my look. I loved how they bought that modern and minimal appeal with such ease, which is something I felt was necessary for the look.
Well if I were talking out loud I am pretty sure I 'd be out of breath now! So see you's all in a bit. Take care,
- (old) Jack Wills Jacket
- (old) sweater
- (old) River Island Shirt - Similare Here
- (old) Topshop Shirt
- Raoul Trousers - Here
- KG Kurt Geiger Boots - Here
- Cooee Necklace - Here
- Cooee Bracelets - Here