Just a few years ago if you were seen wearing a tracksuit heading into a restaurant, bar or any other place (besides the McDonald’s drive through), you would probably been the subject of ridicule. That, or have people wondering if you were having a bit of a breakdown. Thanks to the socio-economic group ‘The Chav’, the tracksuit seen anywhere outside the sporting world was a sign of severe lack of style and fashion sense for the everyday girl.
I am not surprised this colour keeps reappearing in Winter fashion. Not only is it easy on the eye but surprisingly for a brown tone, it goes with everything! It’s quite rare to find a colour outside the usual blues, blacks, greys for outerwear which can be styled with every other colour, but Camel proves time and time again that it is a strong contender. Proving this theory, the Camel coat I have styled in this outfit post has been at the forefront of my wardrobe for the past few years after stumbling upon it in a charity shop in Winchester whilst at University. I love it. Made of fifty percent cashmere and fitted with large shiny buttons, its classical look is perfect for making any outfit look chic. I have matched it with a winter-appropriate matching roll-neck, a black Topman beanie, jeans and my trusty Dr Martens. Take a scroll down and have a look!
London town of course! “Gal about town” was shot on an extremely grey day on the streets of London. Credit for these images goes to Andrew James Lamb, the man behind the lens. This classic black and white look mixes a few different items from my wardrobe all from the high-street which are versatile and appropriate for the every-changing London weather. Of course it would’t be my style if I didn’t dress down an outfit with some of my favourite trainers! Hope you enjoy!
This season, camouflage style garments have made a warmly welcomed comeback. They can be seen everywhere (ironic considering camouflage’s original purpose don’t you think *cringe wink face emoji appropriate here*… ) I am definitely not complaining though, as who doesn’t want to try and replicate the sexy camo outfits in the Destiny’s Child video circa 2001, am I right! 13 year old me who was a huge Bey fan would be extremely glad I was embracing the camo trend all these years later.