Topshop Pink Asymetric Cord Skirt, Marks & Spencer Black Cashmere Jumper, McQ Alexander McQueen Coat (Similar), AllSaints Cashmere Beanie (similar) + &OtherStories Western Chelsea Boots.
I’m going to be properly British and talk about the weather. Er sorry, but I can’t help it, especially when I get all weird and excited about fog. I bloomin love wandering around in the fog. When we took these photos earlier in the week the fog was getting heavier and heavier and it gives the photos an almost washed out quality that I kind of really like. You could barely see to the end of the street it was so foggy, which I love and it’s not something you see so much in the city centre. I was a happy little chappy taking photos and getting all excited you can barely see a building in the distance. Simple pleasures.
I’m wearing the first corduroy purchase of the year. Corduroy is a big winter trend this year and I’m fully behind it and buying up as much as I can before it falls out of fashion again. Why it would fall out of fashion is beyond me, its such a brilliant fabric. It adds texture and colours that are usually quite muted like this pale pink skirt. This asymmetric skirt is so pretty with big buttons running slightly off centre to look like a wrap-around skirt. They don’t actually do anything they are just there to give off the 60s feel that I’m always leaning towards.
Other than the skirt its an all black ensemble, a cashmere crew neck jumper tucked into the skirt, my big old wool coat from McQ Alexander McQueen that I got via TheOutnet, there are similar coats on there a href=”http://rstyle.me/n/cu77mscb8u7″ target=”_blank”>like this one. And an oversized cashmere beanie from AllSaints, an oldie that been in the wardrobe for years but similar here. And some tights because it’s not about bare legs anymore and lastly my pointed Chelsea boots that need a good shoe shine but lets ignore that.