Shirt - Rabbithole London, Jersey Top - Studio Collection LDN, Gilet - Topman, Jeans - Zara, Boots - Aldo, Bootstraps - Topshop, Necklace - Topman
One of my favourite things about living in London is all the fantastic independent brands and boutiques you can stumble across and fall completely in love with. While wandering around the Stables Market in Camden I managed to come across two such places. Rabbithole is a brand I have blogged about previously, and my collection of clothes from there is growing and growing! Rabbithole stocks streetwear with a vintage rock and roll twist, in a combination of unisex and menswear styles. My most recent purchase from there is this absolutely spot on long length white shirt. Described as the 'Essential' white shirt - it is without a doubt the missing piece from my wardrobe. The other boutique I came across is called Studio Collection, and sells emerging designer pieces. As I'm sure you can tell, I'm really loving longer length tops at the moment - being 6'3, this is a look that really works for me. This black jersey top has a slit up as far as the hip line, giving it a bit more interest, and making sure it doesn't look like a dress (the one risk when wearing a longer length top). This also makes it a fantastic layering piece! So with that in mind I thought it best to wear them both together. I kept the rest of the styling true to the rebellious attitude both these shops have towards fashion, throwing on ripped jeans, my leather gilet and chunky boots. I finished the look with a statement stag necklace. Now get yourself to Camden and check both these places out!
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