Helloooo everyone! Here are some outfits I wore pre heatwave, during the time when I was saying 'this summer isn't so great' and then look what happened. I am transported back to last Summer when I am endlessly complaining about being hot. Can't wait for it to be cold again, where I will undoubtedly have some complaints about that and will express regret for ever being ungrateful for the current weather. That, in a nutshell, is the British relationship with the weather. A dreary outlook, even on the most sunshiny days.
Anyway, complaints aside (for now), I wanted to share some film photos I shot last week with Isaac of some outfits. I like how contrasting these looks were in the colours so thought the images looked really nice alongside one another too. I have LOTS of fashion posts coming up too, and it feels like a little while since I have sat and chatted about clothes with you all too.
Remember this look from a few weeks ago? I loved wearing this so much! And I feel like this navy outfit is a little remake of that in lots of ways. My Raey wool trousers are some of my favourites in my wardrobe, they have the best fit to them and look so great belted up. I teamed them with my new vintage t-shirt I bought in Amsterdam a few weeks ago, a different shade of navy but it definitely works! Teamed with my beloved belt, and these new shoes from Dear Frances. They are SO comfy and easy to walk in, as always Jane just nails it with a shoe that looks amazing and feels so good to wear. I have worn them for a few evenings out and about now, and they are the sort of shoes you can go all night in. I am still on the fence with a kitten heel, but these are a little higher than a kitten heel so I am loving it. I am starting to think if my dislike for a kitten heel is something to do with the angle of your foot in the shoe, and how it seems to make you foot look bigger than ever? Something a bit higher seems so much more flattering to me.
Second look involved the knit over the shoulders look that I love. It just adds something to an outfit that is so effortless. I really want to give some attention to this tank top from Sezane. I love it, it feels like the sort of vests my Mum used to buy me from M&S to wear under my school shirts in winter. I think all the detailing on it is a great way to make things a little more exciting - I want to wear it with my Chloe black trousers, my belt and some black strappy sandals. Or with some amazing denim and brogues. It's such a simple piece but I can see so many ways I would wear it!
LOOK 1: Sezane Tank Top (gift) | Sezane Skirt (gift) | Superga Trainers (similar)
LOOK 2: Ray-Ban Sunglasses | Raey Trousers | Vintage Top (similar) | Dear Frances Shoes (gift)