Hello again, it's been a little longer than I'd planned since my last post but alas, here I am. I'm back from New York (and v sad about it) but, I'll be creating some content documenting my time there in some way, shape or form.Anyway, enough of holidays and back to reality in some dreamy vintage garms from Rokit. They've recently unveiled a huuuuge military section on their website and have tons for you to feast your eyes on. If you fancy a look at some military inspo click here. In the meantime, I'll start from the top...
If you follow me on Instagram, you'll know I'm particularly fond of a good old blazer so this seventies air force blazer grabbed my attention from the get go. I love the large patch pockets on the front (they're perfect for me to throw all my crap in) and of course the stripe details on the sleeves. What you can't see if the belt that would normally fasten around the middle. For this look I chose to tie it at the back but, another thing i'm loving rn is tie fronts. I think it'd look amazing with nothing underneath and tied at the front. In the not so distant future, expect to see me doing just that as well as styling this little number with jeans. I think the boxy fit would work a charm with some mom jeans - What d'you think?
Another thing I'm keen to mention is these. eighties. trousers. When you risk it with vintage clothes, you never quite know how they're going to fit - but boy have I been lucky this time. I love the colour of these trews; a perfect neutral for all year round and a perfect fit for all occasions. I always try and go for high waisted trousers, as I find them a lot more flattering, and despite my legs already being long I like the fact they elongate them a little more. What is it with all clothes from the seventies and eighties seeming to be a total dream? I don't know what makes me love it so much but vintage clothing is something I've loved for a long time. You'll see, and hopefully will have seen, numerous posts of me wearing vintage or charity shop pieces. That won't be stopping anytime soon so in the meantime why not have a little look over on the Rokit website? They have a huuuuuge range of vintage in general PLUS I've been to a couple of their stores in London and never left empty handed, I kid you not. So go on - treat yo'self!