When I saw those jeans and denim skirt. And dress and tee in my Summer Collection Post days ago I knew I had to try them. Overall I had to check Bershka’s store even more and so I did. And yes, I checked other stores that day as well, because why not if I traveled so far, but only Bershka and Urban Outfitters were worthy to mention this time. So lets see what I tried and what I bought.
Ok, this is actually my outfit of that day which you could see here but with the addition of this New Yorker bomber which it seems I have a reborn love for. And is it just me or Bershka’s fitting room is really much better than Zara’s? It has more light and have a proper mirror in the back corner so you can check yourself properly from every angle.
The jeans. I just love them. They’re soft and have the right, not too big not to small size and all the right (and fixable) details. Of course they’re too long but that will be the first to fix. I didn’t like these hemlines anyway.
Found the white printed tee as well but honestly I didn’t like the fit on me. It’s just way too big and reminded me those coats on patience with some serious psychiatric illness. To be totally fair, I have to admit that I tried size S so probably the XS would have been better. But so far the magic was gone.
The denim skirt was all right with a great fit and the same soft and quite light denim material like the jeans. But I didn’t buy it for some reason. Something there put me off what I don’t really understand because on these pictures I looked quite good in it. Maybe I should have tried it with my own tee. 🙂
Maybe I didn’t like that white tee in Bershka, however this vintage tee with the same cut in the middle was a much better thing for me. You couldn’t see it here properly but the tee was cut in half in the middle and then the two sides were stitched together badly misplaced. A new and fresh feature/bug which I really like. Actually there was a whole bunch of tee which had the same detail but I also wanted to buy an Ireland T-shirt back in Ireland, so now this one was the best option.
I tried an other denim skirt too but again it’s not worth to mention as it was too big, yet again. However this Levi’s denim jacket looked really nice. But to be honest I felt a bit tight on my back and also it costed £50! which totally prevented me to buy it. I mean 50 quid for a vintage denim jacket when you can find brand new ones for 30? Yes, it was nice, it was in good condition and it was Levi’s. But what is too much that’s too much.
So this day’s closing balance was those Berskha jeans (which for 35£ is a pretty good deal me thinks) and that printed tee which on the other hand was a bit pricier (£24) than I’d give for a vintage tee but I really liked everything in it and have to say that I didn’t regret one bit.