Sunday, 23 February 2014

Highstreet Edit

Oh I wish I had an unlimited clothing allowance. I would always be seen wearing designer clothes. Until that day comes I shall continue to do my best to look designer in clothing from the highstreet. So with that in mind, here are the highstreet finds I'm lusting after at the moment. (And it's no co-incidence my birthday is only a month away *hinty hint hint*)



H&M  - Black Bomber Jacket, Coated Denim Shirt, Longline Cardigan, Camo Burnout Tee, Leather Biker Jacket
That coated denim shirt is amazing - it looks like leather but is far more comfortable and fitted than an actual faux leather shirt. I'm also loving longer length at the moment, and that cardigan would be perfect layered under a biker jacket for a slouchy, grungy look.



River Island - Navy Textured Inverted Collar Blazer, Black Sketchy Print Short Sleeve Shirt, Light Acid Wash Sid Stretch Skinny Jeans, Navy 2 in 1 Smart Biker Coat, Navy Monk Strap Round Toe Shoes, Light Wash Two Tone Denim Shirt
The biker coat reminds me of a Philip Lim one we had in work, and I love the navy and black combo. The sketchy print shirt is made from a gorgeously soft fabric, and would look great with a leather trouser and statement necklace.



Zara - Mesh Blazer, Poplin Shirt With Floral Embroidery, Lime Open-Knit Sweater, Poplin Longline Shirt, White Faux Leather Biker Jacket, Structured Open-work jumper
How cool is that mesh jacket?! It's made from a neoprene mesh, something that has popped up in so many designer collections of late. Yet another longer length item in the form of the Black poplin shirt, and the white biker is such a nice alternative to my usual black leather biker - and very Kenzo-esque



Topman - Black Knitted Laddered Jumper, Light Acid Washed Blue Ripped Stretch Skinny Jeans, Black Bandana Print Long Sleeve Shirt, Black Suede Biker Jacket, Monochrome Grid Checked Jumper, Black Biker Stretch Skinny Jeans
Last, but not least, Topman. I have far too many Topman clothes, but they keep making pieces I love! The bandana print shirt could easily be dressed up with a smart black blazer and clean jeans, or paired down with a beanie, slouchy vest and ripped denim jacket. Tartan is still a massive trend, and I love the sports-luxe edge of the monochrome jumper.

1 comment:

  1. Oh! awesome collection. I want to make a collection of Gavin Rajah's collections. Thanks for sharing. Keep exploring.

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