Wearing: Gap trench Comptoir des Cotonniers jumper ASOS jeans Topshop brogues Vintage Tootal scarf
When I bought this paisley scarf from my lovely blogging friend Vix's stall at the Bristol Vintage Market (read more on that and see a close up of the scarf in this post) I thought at the time that it would go really nicely with my trench coat. I'm definitely more a hat person but I do love accessorising and this scarf is amazing, it really finishes off a look nicely and I do feel a bit like a bank manager on my day off with the trench and loafers; I just need a bowler hat to complete the outfit!
These jeans have had far too much airtime on the blog lately but I can't seem to take them off! I am completely obsessed with the fit and they are so comfortable. I like that they are a smarter version of a boyfriend jean, and they just seem to work well with any shoe option, unlike my actual boyfriend jeans which only really look good with ballet pumps or sneakers.
My jumper was a chazza find but is originally from French brand Comptoir des Cotonniers. I've always loved their stores and beautiful aesthetic but can never afford to buy from there full price as it's expensive so imagine my delight at finding a perfectly decent cable knit/pompom jumper in the chazza. Unfortch they had racked up the price because it's a 'designer label' but I think it was about £6 and I loved it so I snapped it up!
My hair is very wind blown here; I didn't think I'd still be wearing a coat and winter woolies in May but the breeze has definitely got the chill factor if you are standing right in it! I have definitely sacked off my winter coat now, though; a lighter layering one is the way forward and to save you from the ASOS duster jacket repeater I've dragged out this Gap number instead. Well, it is a classic!