Bomber jacket: Urban Outfitters (old but buy similar from Asos here). Skirt: Next (sold out but buy similar from Hush here). Bag: Accessorize (sold out but the leopard version is available here). Trainers: New Balance (sold out but buy similar here). Photographs: Christopher O’Donnell
Coat-wise: there’s a new mood. Don’t get me wrong, I love a good oversized coat as much as the next person but now spring is coming (sartorially speaking, of course) it’s time to think about new shapes.
With London Fashion Week just around the corner it means I’m thinking about different silhouettes.
I bought this jacket last year from Urban Outfitters, I hadn’t been in for years but was so surprised with its offering and value for money. This jacket was around £45 and it’s perfect for a warm in between coat when spring doesn’t quite get there.
I didn’t actually wear it much as it still felt a bit too tough and ‘cool’ for me but I’ve slowly come round to it and a year on, it feels right. I’ve worn bombers before, but they’ve generally been a bit more embellished and fancy. This seems more raw 90s, ‘This Is England’ vibe. And I like it.
I’ve been wearing this a lot with jeans but thought I needed a break. In the move, I haven’t actually found any trousers other than jeans (hopefully no one has noticed!) so dug out this skirt for something different. I’m still wearing my New Balance, made all the better with sheepskin liners – it just means they’re my go-to now – and my feet are extra toasty. My ankles are still freezing but I’ve never really been one for tights.