Sunday, 15 December 2013

Eagle

I absolutely love this vest from Allsaints, it's last seasons so it may be hard to get your hands on one but I've seen a few going on ebay, it also comes in black too. I have a vast collection of Allsaints vests as those of you who have read my previous blogpost 'Pelle Italiana' will know, however this is by far one of my favourites! The positioning of the Eagle is so clever, don't cha think?



I paired the vest with my thoroughly over worn leather trousers from Topshop, they were a steal reduced from £48 to £24 all because the button had fallen off! Nothing my mums sewing skills and her frankly ridiculous stash of spare buttons can't fix.



Oversized coats are a 'thing' this winter and again, as usual, mine was an absolute bargain at £25! From nowhere other than the fabulous Primark, the prices this place sells things for is NUTS! It's a great place to buy a few bits that will only be on trend briefly as it saves you wasting bucket loads of cash on something you won't wear in a month or so. As for quality, their stuff isn't remarkable but again if you're only wearing the piece a couple of times it doesn't need to be. I turn to Topshop usually for wardrobe essentials that I need to last me an entire season. (I've had my leather trousers since last winter!) Another item I've had for over a year now are these shoes, they are THE most comfortable shoes I have ever owned! And, believe it or not they were a mere £29.99 from New Look! Naturally the bag of choice to complete this look was my beloved Cambridge Satchel.


Scary stare for the sake of it!



Hype  'Eagle' on Lookbook now!

'Swoop Edge' Vest: Allsaints
Coat: Primark
Leather Trousers: Topshop
Shoes: New Look
Bag: Cambridge Satchel Company

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