Usually I don’t do lots of combined post, but this time I couldn’t find so much things I would be fancy of and it’s not usual to buy everything at one place anyway (except if those things are way tooo good :)). So I took a look at the site of H&M, Topshop and Urban Outfitters selected everything I liked and here we are. Actually I love how it turned out, I could easily mix and match these pieces which are on the edge of trendy and classic, best combo ever. Pair them one of the jeans from Zara, and you’re good to go.
Khaki has a big renaissance at the moment, somebody goes far with saying it’s the new black, but there’s no denying it’s a great colour as it’s light, neutral and suits everybody. This utility jacket is a nice one with the big pockets and waist band, and if I remember correctly it’s made of cotton which makes it great for both the transitional and more summery weather. It would be worth a try for sure.
Denim jacket is another big favourite at the moment, especially when we think of Canadian tuxedos. I already bought this jacket, there was a lot of them available at Oxford Circus, but unfortunately online it’s almost out of stock. There is a very similar one with the same and affordable price though, so denim jackets for everybody, yey!
I’m never not in the mood for a good cashmere jumper and this one thicks all the boxes. Again, it seems a great early spring piece which goes with everything and anything.
Plus a basic white tee with a not so basic print on it, but who not loves unicorns? Or horses for that matter? Plus it’s a great way to dip your toe in the pink trend even though you’re not a girly girl at all. Enough said.
At this point you know I never can say never for good ankle boots (or vintage jeans, duh) and these ones look lovely. I’ve been safe so far because they were out of stock but now they’re available again, I have to try them on. Spring is here (is it?) but I live in the UK, so bring these babies to mama!
And you can clearly say I’m in the mood of red (and white) footwear (and accessories!), because these ballet flats have the very same hue. I remember having a really nice pair from Zara years ago and I loved them to death. Since then I’ve not been able to find a good replacement, but maybe these could be the ones.
Earrings always have been a big love of mine, no wonder I have a whole party in my left ear and I wouldn’t mind to change one or two of them. This pack would solve that problem at once. But while I love most of them, I’m not sure of the hoop ones…
On the other hand I’m head over heels for this asymmetric pair. It’s a bit of statement, bit of classic and so beautiful. Ok, maybe it’s the magpie in me is speaking, but I remember I’ve been on the hook, since I saw Michelle Pfeiffer (as Selina Kyle) rocking an asymmetric pair in Batman Returns. Loving that character, best Catwoman ever!
Finally some non leather bags, which are the best for the warmer weather both of them by Urban Outfitters which is not the first place when it comes to buying new bags, but these two are kind of cute. An trendy. The first one with the stripes is the copycat of Balenciaga (in)famous market tote (which id the copycat of the cheap but strong market totes all around the world), but with a much more reasonable price tag. It might be way too big, but oversized totes are coming back and it has a smaller pocket inside anyway.
And a cute mini backpack in the end. I have to say, I’m not a backpack girl, I always opt for my leather bags, and in the case I need one, I’ll go with my old trusty Adidas one back from high school (yeah, it’s not a new piece, but still looks good). But, and this is a big but; I really fell for this mini version with the red pull detail. It could be a great option for a stroll in the city or something and I’m sure it’s practical enough to wear over and over again.
What do you think?
Photos via hm.com, topshop.com and urbanoutfitters.com