Trench It Up: mustard yellow and navy colour clash with skinny jeans

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Happy Fashion Friday! It’s still grey and raining here in exciting old England. I wish for snowfall or hail or a raging storm, but things are just calm, quiet, and pretty wet.

The trench coat was made for this kind of weather. I usually layer under it because it isn’t made of thick material. Also, this navy trench from New Look (bought 7 or 8 years ago) is loose-fitting, so I can layer to my heart’s content. Honestly, though, like probably every other fashion-loving human on the planet, I daydream of the classic beige Burberry trench. #WardrobeWishList


Mustard yellow (though this top has an orange tinge) is perfect for this weather. It’s not too bright (I usually save those for summer) and it goes with so many colours (bet you didn’t know that!). I’ve got so many mustard pieces in my wardrobe—both clothes and accessories—and my favourite ever neutral to pair them with is fudge. Hands down. They’re both of a warmer palette and they complement each other too well to ignore.


Feeling like the autumnal caped crusader!

And the ankle boots: glorious for every kind of weather. I love these ones from Bershka because they’re pretty comfy despite the heel, though they’re definitely not for long-distance walking or shopping trips. Your feet’ll hurt something terrible.


I am desperately in love with this belt and I can’t tell you enough how much I wear it. I got it from Baklash, a vintage shop in Nottingham, and it’s total bliss. It goes with so much and it has this bohemian, Wild West, Ralph Lauren vibe to it which makes it cool as ice. So, yeah. J’adore.


OUTFIT: TopARS Line / JeansDorothy Perkins / CoatNew Look / BootsBershka / BagSuite Blanco / Necklacevintage / BeltBaklash


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