So today i have the audacity of presenting you with an OOTD that consists of just a tee and riding pants. I know it's really not ground breaking in the fashion stakes (when i was out i felt like i was in PJ's) but i had one of those lazy days where i just ran errands with my little sister and this outfit was as stylish as i was getting! I do have a little New In at the end so forgive me please?
I wore this tee i bought from the Men's section at the Urban Outfitters sale in Oxford Street. I liked it because i thought the faded denim effect made it a bit more interesting than a standard tee and because few things make me feel as chilled as wearing a huge men's tee and bopping out of my house!
I wore my Docs again and took my backpack because i had so much to carry! I have no idea what i'm doing with my face tbh forgive me for that also please!
|Shore Leave Men's Tee - Urban Outfitters|
Riding Pants - H&M
Dark Brown Serena Dr Martens - Office
Rucksack - Market Stall
Went for my gold Casio today because denim and gold is one of my favourite combinations.
Kept the jewellery simple, i just wore this little gold bracelet my parents got me when i was 13 and then added my silver Topman spike bracelet. They say you aren't meant to mix the two but i always do! (please click the link and laugh with me!)
The above the knuckle ring (below) on my middle finger is actually one of those metal rings that come on key rings! I couldn't get it back on so i just tied it round my finger instead!
This was my
I got them for about £11 with my student discount and i'm liking them already. I'm a fan of sporty shoes and boots and these give plimsolls an edge i like and the black canvas means they can get a bit more battered which is always a plus for me!
|Flatform Plimsolls - New Look (£11)|
And that was it for this eventful day! I hope you are all well!
Til next time peeps! x
P.S: Post title is the name of a cover i love by the late great Amy Winehouse. I chose it because of my love for men's fashion and the influence it has on my style. Mr Magic indeed!