Sunday, 8 October 2017





It seems like a lot has happened since I last blogged. I've moved out of my family home into my own proper place, I've gone from legally single to legally on the path to marriage, and the England national football team have gone from a national embarrassment to world beaters, capable of handing out injury time thrashings to Malta, Slovenia, and whoever stands in our way (watch out Russia). To say that the last few months have been eventful would be an understatement, but I'm glad to be back blogging! After feeling inspired over the last few months by my favourite bloggers Jordan, Aaron, Matt and Mitchell I've wanted to actually utilise some of my most worn pieces, and documenting them definitely helps. I always find myself guilty of talking about how I never have enough clothes options, but always picking the same outfits out of my wardrobe over and over without really looking inside, so my aim in the next month is to truly utilise what I already have (this is definitely not me saying I'm on a spending ban, if I see something I like I'm going for it!)



This outfit includes some of my most worn pieces of the past month or so, including my favourite new Weekday Jacket. Weekday is new to the UK, having opened their first London store on Regents Street a few months back, and this will for sure be the first purchase of many (I already have my eye on these great cords).

Having already featured this tee on my blog before, it won't come as a surprise when I say that APC are quite possibly my favourite menswear brand, and that this Paris t-shirt is one of my most worn in a wardrobe that Liv already complains is too tee heavy! Paired with a staple pair of Cheap Monday jeans, and a pair of Suede Pumas that I've unquestionably been treating as more all weather then they are, I like how this look includes colour without overstating it.

With the temperature taking a nosedive in the past couple of weeks, my coats are officially out of storage, so I'm going to be looking forward to layering up in the next few posts.




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