Layering in the warmest clothes I can find is basically all I’m doing right now. A great way to make an outfit more interesting in this kind of weather where you’re only really wearing as many layers of knits as possible is by choosing interesting shoes, something with even a little pop of colour helps.
These JW Anderson Converse are a firm favourite in my collection.
Dress // Similar
Jacket // Old
Shoes // Sold Out
Hi al! So this is my first post sinceI’ve moved my blog over to wordpress, which is why I haven’t posted for the last week because I’ve been trying to figure this all out! What do you guys think so far?
This photoset is another from the collection that Marianne and I shot together a couple of months ago and it’s perfect for the Spring weather. We’re currently in the midst of a bank holiday thunderstorm but when the sun comes back out again, a graphic white-tee and some denim is always a good shout. I’ve had these dungarees for a couple of years but never really reached for them as much as I have in the last few months. I’ve been trying to work more colour and different options into my wardrobe instead of always sticking to black and this is one that I’m really enjoying at the moment.
The great thing about dungarees is that you can always layer up with them a little more to keep you warmer on cooler evenings or make it less layered with a tee or cute bralette to keep it lighter and more summery.
T-Shirt // FBX (Coming Soon!)
Dungarees // River Island (Old)
Shoes // Vans (Alternative)
Lunch breaks that consist of Starbucks and cute pictures; yes please.
T-Shirt // FBX
Joggers // Pretty Little Thing
Shoes // Nike 97
Glasses // Primark
Jumper // Guess – Vintage
Dungarees // River Island
Shoes // Vans