If you’re wondering what a western brown is, I tell you, it’s the name of the colour of my corduroy jacket from BDG. You can call it tobacco or simple brown too, the point is, it’s a warm shade and thank to the corduroy it’s also super soft and quite warm too. I was thinking about buying one of my cord jackets with a full borg lining but I’m not a big fan of those and I’m not sure it’s needed anyway, but of course living in London doesn’t require too much big and warm outerwear (thank God for that :)).
Also, you can clearly see how enormous this jacket is, even though its label says it’s only an extra small. I have no problem with that though, actually I quite enjoy oversized tops, not only because of the look itself, but also because of the endless layering possibilities. I mean, having no warm lining means I have to wear chunky jumpers underneath, which again I am more than up to.
I’m wearing it with an off-white (full cotton!) Mango jumper, new Levi’s Wedgie jeans, which fit like a dream both waist and length wise, accidentally and surprisingly matching suede ankle boots and my cherry bucket bag that haven’t left my side since I bought it. Sometimes it shocking how nice, practical and affordable high street options are. Too bad it only happens only once in a while, and then you have to be at the right time at the right place. Although that’s true to everything good in life I guess…
Corduroy jacket – Urban Outfitters BDG, jumper – Mango, jeans – Levi’s, bucket bag – Topshop, ankle boots – Zign via Zalando
On a side note, a couple of very retro looking velvety scrunchies was the best and very well needed buy in a while. My hair is getting very long, thus I’m wearing them all the time. I really need to go to get it done, but still not sure what I want with it, meh. Tips?