Funny neck, as the sales assistant called the neckline of my tee. Which cost £6 (I mean the tee, not the neckline), so I couldn’t be in ease until I found an other one. Which must be cool as well of course. And which I did! I mean how nice is this color and the funny neck? Not to mention its softness and uniqueness. Seriously, I’ll keep it until death do us part.
Exactly like these jeans. Another Levi’s 501 but now the one with faded to perfection darker indigo hue. Which I think can go with any color on the palette due its feature.
Well, at this point one thing is certain; it’s getting more and more difficult to keep the 70-80 piece when it comes to the contain of my wardrobe. Which is a total contradiction, as one of my goal is to buy unique and classic pieces which I can keep forever, but on the other hand, I love exploring and trying out some new trends too. Bummer!
Maybe I just need a bigger wardrobe. The I have right now is way too small. Actually the smallest I’ve ever had. After all, this is London. Anyway, I was eager to wear my classy shoes with my vintage clothes as I think it gives a nice balance. And this color combo just goes with everything. Speaking of collecting classics, right? 🙂
Tee – no name vintage, jeans – vintage Levi’s 501 (both of them by Urban Outfitters), tote – Mango, shoes – Topshop
I have to run now because I’ve just found out we’re going to Edinburgh for the whole weekend. What a surprise! I’m so excited as I’ve never been in Scotland and it was an old dream to go there (too).
Have a great weekend to everyone!