The core of the outfit is the same as in the previous entry but I have changed the scarf and the coat and it has a completely different feel to it. Charity shops are good for picking up inexpensive little accessories like silk scarfs to zhuzh up outfits. Also, the boots were in the sale for about £7, they are not typically winter boots and I can wear them for the next 10 months whenever there is cold rainy weather. Also, I’m still amazed by the colour of the coat going with most of the colours in my wordrobe.
Winter is dreary and we tend to wear the same boring colour and save the fun colours for summer. That’s why it’s good sometimes especially when the sun is out to spice it up a bit. The camera washes out the intensity of the colour of the army green trousers and the cardigan hence the colourfull scarf really stands out. But in real life, all of the colours really went well together. I mean it’s not a real winter if you can get away with a deep v and some bare skin showing.
Wearing the same coat again and again- need to get a good cost per wear. But honestly, the coat goes with most things in my wardrobe. Another thing that I have noticed is that I’m attracted to a particular shade of red. Two separate purchases made years apart but the red is almost identical what makes putting outfits much easier.
Tempted to wear white despite all the rain that we are getting. A polo-neck is transforming this summer blouse into a more weather-appropriate outfit while trainers with a thicker sole insulate feet from the cold ground.
While the snow is melting something warm but practical to wear. A warm black, double-breasted coat with faux fur parts worn with a patterned black, gold and silver skinny jeans and kind of yellow Nike boots. A practical bag completes the look.