29 November 2016

Brick Wall


It's been a while since we put both our outfits in a single post! The reason we haven't been doing it so much recently is to ensure that have enough content to post on a regular basis! I've been saying this forever now but I promise we will start using a tripod so we're both in the frame. 
After wandering around the neighborhood for a new quiet backdrop, we decided on this brick wall. It's one of the things I love the most about London, the old brick houses & buildings that have so much character.



 I seem to always post more dressed up outfits on here, so I'm going to try & share more casual outfits too. This Zara floral bodysuit can be dressed up or down, on this day I wore it with some high waist black skinnies and ankle boots, along with my new long tweed coat! The blouse definitely isn't weather appropriate, (I was absolutely freezing here) but I think you could wear a thin turtle neck underneath without it looking too bunched up. I'm loving the dusty pink color at the moment, I think it really suits my skin tone. Holly is wearing this flowy floral mustard tone blouse, because of the fit and the fabric it's best to balance it out with a more fitted skirt or trousers. This faux-leather a-line skirt is one of my favorite wardrobe pieces, fits so well and balances this blouse out perfectly. Holly is also wearing a new wool 'masculine' coat from Zara. Most wool coats aren't so well fitted, they usually have dropped shoulders and a more boyfriend fit, whereas this one is well fitted which is a nice change.
Summer is wearing:
long tweed coat: zara
floral pink bodysuit: zara
suede city bag: zara
high waist skinny jeans: asos
ankle boots: vagabond

Holly is wearing:
masculine wool coat: zara
floral mustard flowy blouse: zara
green faux leather a-line skirt: zara
convertible backpack bag: zara
shoes: Doc Martens
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