Usually every weekend I have some sort of social function, meal, family doo or I’m drinking myself into oblivion. By the way I’m not as popular as I make myself sound…However, this weekend I find that I don’t have any of the above goin’ on. Oh no, I have something different, probably even better, as this weekend I will be moving in with Duff(boyfriend). God help him and his ears, they’ll be bleeding in no time. What a brave guy and er, hello to Emma becoming an adult(yes, Im 25).
Anyway, as I was whittering on what I meant to say was that as I have no social function in which I have to dress up( or over-kill my Primark pointed heels), I therefore turn to the comfort wear. To most this may be the jogging bottom( I’m praying not velour) and trainers. Yet for moi it’s a verity of clothing which feels comfortable, on point yet comfy enough for me to slob in while watching The Wolf of Wall Street on repeat. What a bloody film.
Below is a few photographs of weekend wear that is casual and comfortable with my own Ryan twist. From this Sunday forward I’ll be documenting my Sunday styling whether it be a hungover jean and tee day, to a style( less slobbish) outfit as I’m not suffering from severe Gin head pains. So till then, ta’ra and see ya Sunday…..
Camel, stripes and brogues
All Gap’d out.
Black A line skirt: Gap- £32.00( past season)
Men’s fit, Denim shirt: Gap- £12.50 ( sale)
Dusty Pink, slouch fit rain jacket: Gap, £45.00
Trainers: Adidas high tops, golden suede, £75:00
Necklace: Fringed suede, H&M £6.99
Weekend walkies- Ralph time & Primark’d out
Tights: Primark- extra thick
Denim shift dress: Primark, £12.00 ( 3/4 sleeve)- sold similar in Asos/ Topshop. Absolute bargain.
Coat: Navy blue wool, Gap ( past season)
Eh, up Saturday shopping, AGAIN.
Denim Jeggings: Topshop
Camel boy fit Coat: Asos( worn on here 12.59575757575090 times before)
Loose, belted waist snakeskin print shirt, H&M
Eyelet cut ballet pump, black: Primark
The finale and most recent:
Khaki, low converse trainers
Boy fit distressed denim, rolled up ankle: Gap
Peter Pilotto for Target long sleeved shirt: Net-a-porter. Usually worn with high waisted pants or skirt for evening looks.
Black blazer: Zara
My all new fave, black tasselled bag: H&M, £19.99 (blog to follow).
x Em x