Nick Campbell sunglasses, Acne ‘Mape’ cropped leather jacket (high street alternatives here and here), Maurie & Eve sleeveless rollneck knit (similar style in black here) Gorman trousers (similar black trousers here and here), Larsson and Jennings chain metal watch and Yvone Kone pumps (similar black heels here)
I’ve grown rather partial to the roll neck jumper over these past few months, so I’m pretty pleased that I can gently ease into summer dressing without leaving behind knitwear entirely. It’s the ultimate transitional piece; bare arms and one deliciously cosy neckline. Paired with super relaxed trousers for maximum comfort and extra slouchy points.
Thanks to Charlotte for loitering down Shoreditch side streets with me and of course helping me out with these photos.
Always the coolest woman on the block, I’m really digging Yasmin’s take on the simple crop top. Not only is it winter-appropriate, it’s the perfect way to embrace the 90′s midriff trend without actually putting any skin on show. Win, win.
Get the look: Cream cable knit turtleneck jumper (budget option here), fringed cream skirt (designer raffia skirt available here), large black clutch and strappy lace up heels (more bright lace-up heels available here and here, and yellow pumps available here)
Cream on cream topped off with an pair of excellent yellow strappy heels (which tied in with the cab in the background rather conveniently). It’s not a colour many girls go for, which is why I think it has such an impact when you see it on. And these heels are perfect for adding a little something to an otherwise neutral outfit – the ultimate party feet.