Ok so two things I really need to straight up stop doing:
1) Naming my blog posts after The 1975 songs but I’M A MASSIVE FANGIRL OK I’M SORRY #marrymematty
2) Wearing items of clothing that clearly aren’t dresses, as dresses.
Take this t-shirt for example. Clearly not a dress although tbh I totally blame Topshop for this because IT LOOKED LIKE A DRESS ON THE HANGER OK?! Ok. Plus I held it up against me in the store and it came down to mid-thigh and everything so I thought that was a clear indication that it was a dress but I obviously forgot the whole ~booty~ problem. #peachy
It clearly is the most perfect piece of clothing ever though I mean just look at it in all it’s monochrome, sporty goodness. It makes me feel like I’m channeling my inner Ri-Ri when she designed that collection for River Island and I wanted all of the things but I was too scared to dress like this. Man that feels like yesterday but I swear it’s like 5 years ago. Which means this beanie and I have been in a 5 year love affair now – jeez…
It’s not really weather appropriate at the moment – it’s seriously lightweight and made from that basketball vest kinda material so blatantly not suitable for the sub-zero temperatures we’re all having fun with right now, but that is also why I teamed it with this fur jacket. ALL of the warmth. All of it.
Just none of the pockets which is a pain in the ass.
How would you style this top/dress? Would you attempt to wear it as a (very) mini dress or would you be the sensible person and style it with something different? Answers on a postcard please. Or just, y’know, comment below.
Oh and keep your eyes peeled for a very exciting London Fashion Week collaboration coming your way soon…
| Top/DRESS: Topshop | Jacket: ??? | Beanie: River Island | Boots: River Island |
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