Wednesday, 11 February 2015

His Name Is Streetstyler

Coat - Topman, Shirt - c/o OPEN, Trousers - Sparks, Belt - Topshop, Socks - American Apparel, Shoes - Underground, Bag - Homemade















So tonight I had the pleasure of going to the Pause Magazine street style photography exhibition. Held in the Rag Factory, just off Brick Lane, the exhibition showcased some of the best street style photographs from various photographers Pause has collaborated with throughout the years. Although slightly disappointed I wasn't in any of the photos (JUST KIDDING), I did get lots of outfit inspiration, and not just from the photos on the walls, but also from the incredibly stylish attendees of the exhibition. And of course, I did my best to look the part. Sale shopping has become bit of an obsession of late, with further reductions happening across the high street, it's becoming very hard to resist the bargains. This coat was no exception. A steal at almost a quarter of it's original price, it is part of Topman's 'Made In England', and is made from a beautiful check wool. In a rare moment of madness, I decided to ditch black for tonight's proceedings and instead went with navy. My navy high-waisted trousers look great with a crisp white shirt, and are then perfectly balanced with Navy creepers paired with white socks. I finished with the felt clutch bag I made myself for last fashion week. It doesn't get used much, but It's size makes it perfect for carrying round my camera and all my stuff. And talking of fashion week, although I'm still not sure whether I'm going to be able to attend much due to work, I'm still planning my outfits just in case! Check out a few snaps from the exhibition below.















Get this look for $121+ on Lookastic: Grey Check Overcoat, White Dress Shirt, Black Leather Belt, Navy Dress Pants, White Socks, and Navy Leather Derby Shoes

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