Blue Jeans Baby

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Outfit - all Topshop

Bomber / Shirt / Jeans / Boots






Topshop denim is forever and always my favourite. High waisted and in a classic blue wash, of course. A bold, patterned shirt in similar shades of blue and navy completely changes the look. Sticking with the blue hues of the outfit, I decided to pop on these divine blue suede boots, which with the wooden heel, adds a slight western vibe.

For a tougher, edgier look, a distressed leather biker jacket would look amazing. But, with this new rust bomber still sat waiting with the tags on in my wardrobe, I wanted to take it for it's first outing. I think the stark colour contrast looks amazing with the blue boots.

These boots are pretty much my dream - a term I probably (Read: most definitely) use way too often, but they seriously are. Obviously, I needed them in another colour, so I went out and purchased them in black leather, too, which are just as dreamy. Finding a pair of boots you love that come in several different colours is slightly concerning when you have a serious boot addiction. However, with staff discount (thanks, Toppers) I was more than happy to pay the price for these babein' boots.

8 comments

  1. Ughh I'm so obsessed with your style, this entire look is absolutely perfect! *__*

    Andini xx | Adventures of an Anglophile 

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  2. Love that bomber so much!
    www.britishmermaid.blogspot.co.uk

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  4. I love this outfit so much! The bomber looks amazing :) x

    Eleanorclaudie.blogspot.co.uk

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  5. What size is your jacket? I am unsure whether to get a UK size 10 or 12 :( Thanks! It looks amazing on you!

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