Don’t let yourself got confused, although I haven’t got a penny to spend (in this month, which is over soon, thank God :)), but I still love looking around, browsing in person. Not that if I see something really really good, my heart wouldn’t start aching, it does, but luckily (or on the contrary, who knows) it’s doesn’t happen so often. Especially nowadays.
Anyway, I love being around fashion and among clothes, so visiting Oxford Street on a quite work day in the morning (not that it would ever happen, but still there’re better periods I guess) feels pretty relaxing. Watching new trends, and the trendiest girls and boys walking up and down are enough to fill up with inspiration again.
And because I’m full with it, I share with you too. The best part of it of course, the best clothes which I saw, or which I think can be worth the try. Let see them in order!
The only downside of trying stuff outside the fitting room is no place to put your own stuff. So yes, I didn’t take off my scarf, which resulted a pretty good colour and print clash, especially on the second photo, but well, it happens I guess.
On other notes, I really liked the rusty brown colour of this cardi, but I have this love/hate relationship with cardis and the price tag wasn’t convincing either. The wrap over kaftan dress was nice too. But again 100% polyester? No thanks, I’m fine without it.
Loved this coat, but to be honest, I’m a bit afraid of the fabric. Last year I got a similar in colour and fabric (but LOGG which supposed to mean better quality) one but it got fully covered with fluff. Maybe that’s just a pet peeve of mine, but I just cannot wear those things. Still don’t know if this is a good deal, but the price wasn’t bad for a winter coat.
And while I was searching for new tops (I knew I had to start in H&M), I came across with this full trendy blouse and knitwear, both of them accented with ruffles. The quality was fine in both cases, but here is the thing, I’m not sure in shirts and blouses at all. I mean, I love them on others, but hardly wear them and polka dot isn’t among my first choices when it comes to prints.
On the other hand, I adore jumpers, especially when it combines sporty with feminine so well. The sleeves and zip detail is a hit for sure, I wasn’t convinced on the V shaped ruffle though. Maybe I should give it a go again?
Bags from Zara, the first one was nice, made from taupe suede and seemed practical too (it doesn’t have a longer strap though!). The second one is lovely too, especially that colour, but I don’t think it would be useful. And Gucci inspired small bag with quilts and embroidery.
The shoes are always better here. And yes, I have a thing for everything red, burgundy and maroon (too). The second one actually would have been worth to buy. Again, if I only had
money right occasion to wear.
Ripped vintage like denims. The second one is a back of a jacket and it’s rad. I didn’t like the pink fur(?!) on the collar though. Probably it’d be a better idea to buy something vintage and make the decorations for ourselves, wouldn’t it?
I was thinking about these pants quite a lot, but again, I’m not sure I would wear them. Maybe once or twice, because I’m always back to my trusted jeans. But oh well… At least this purple oversized sweater was a hit and you could already see it here.
And finally some home inspiration from Next Home. Love everything with animals. Love foxes and my hubby adores owls, actually I had to buy that owl plate and it’s holding our watches now. Such a nice thing for your home.
What do you think? Did I miss something? Should I have bought something, if I would have had the money (duh)?