Yeah, I know, I know. Probably I have more Zara items than I should. But again I love these pieces so why not. I especially love the contrast between the navy blues and camel colours. I already wrote good things about this camel coat in this post, so I won’t bore you again with it.
I bought the jumper over a year ago and it’s one of my favourites. It’s 100% cashmere which is probably the softest thing on the world. If you don’t have one I definitely recommend it. It’s not the cheapest but as I wrote really really soft, and shockingly warm compared to its thickness (or should I write thinness). Also I like the little details like the crew neck, and slits on the sleeves.
My jeans are over a year ago as well. Their neither really grey nor really blue colour and fading caught my eye first. The second thing was their material. It was called knitted jeans which I’ve never heard before (or after but they turned out to be my comfiest skinny jeans. Again I also like the details like the seems on the sides and the hidden zippers on the bottom.
My boots are from Acne Studios and I bought them on Vestiaire Collective about a year ago. If you’re not familiar with Vestiaire Collective, it’s a really good place to find preloved designer items on much affordable prices. The best thing they check the originality of the item before you receive it so you get the real thing for sure. The shipping takes a bit more though. I’m a big fan of Acne Studios (which is a Swedish designer brand if you don’t know them) and I especially love their shoes and jeans. And I have a thing for their Jensen boots as I already had them in black leather and suede (I know I’m not normal :)).
And finally here I am with my beloved cat (the name obliges), Mushu (the little dragon from Mulan if you’re interested) who doesn’t like being a photo model which is represented by this crappy picture pretty well. 🙂
Coat, jumper, jeans from Zara, shoes from Acne Studios, bag from Proenza Schouler, watch from Daniel Wellington