I have a confession to make. It wasn’t just the Topshop jeans what I bought last time but the suede blue &Other Stories bag too. Ok, I told you already that I was thinking about it. And so I was, because on one hand I shouldn’t have. But on the other… if something’s so perfect in every way. Plus it adds this electrifying blue color in suede… bit like a blue velvet. Ahhh… swoooon….
Ok that’s enough justification, isn’t it? Lets go toward my outfit. Because after buying it, I had to bring it to a stroll (quite immediately). I wanted to pair it with my camel coat to accentuate even more its royal blueness. Did I mention how I adore this blue color? Did I? Ok, don’t answer that. 🙂
Speaking of Zara. I managed to dressed in almost all Zara again. It wasn’t intended though, it just happened like this. But look at the bright side of it. What’s that? It’s a proof that you can buy some long lasting things in fast fashion stores too. Like my coat. I’m quite sure I’ll have them until god will take us apart as they are classic and quite good quality. I’d say this about my turtleneck as well but I’m not so sure quality wise. Well… time will tell.
But my mom(?) jeans! I bought these jeans (actually 2 of them) few years ago and they have been chilling in Hungary until a brought them back few weeks ago. They have a wider fit than my recently bought straight jeans and I used to wear them lower on my hip to present a slouchier shape. But things are changing so I wore them properly on my waist. I had to put on a belt though but you already know how I’m with belts nowadays. 🙂
So, do you like this look?
Coat, turtleneck, jeans, earrings and babouches – Zara, belt – H&M, glitter socks – Topshop, bag – &Other Stories