Do you remember this outfit not so long ago? Which I said about it was my favorite? Here you have it again, with the same coat and shoes, similar jeans and vintage tee and different bag. If ain’t broke, don’t fix it, right?
Uniform? Perhaps. I don’t mind what do we call it. Although I won’t say some hesitation never occurs, I feel the push to dress up differently. Don’t ask it’s a social push or it’s just in my head (or both?), I can’t decide, but in the end I wanna wear what I like and what I feel good in.
I won’t speak about this parka, as I did that in the above mentioned post, or about my love for vintage Levi’s as I did that a dozen times too. Instead here you have this tee. I didn’t want to buy it first, because it’s quite big, but I love it’s color nonetheless. Is it just me, or clothes coloring was much better back then? Or how is that possible that it’s not faded after who knows how many tear and wear and wash?
Or, it’s newer than I would think. Anyway, one of the big advantages of vintage is you get what you see, and don’t have to worry how would it look after a wash cycle. Bobbled, faded, torn, shrunken… do you want me to continue? Ok, I’m gonna shut up. 🙂
Parka – Mango, vintage tee and vintage Levi’s 501 jeans, ballet shoes – Zara, bag – Autograph
Do you dress up how you want or do you allow the social push to strike?