Sunday, 16 November 2014

Comfort Clothes!

Leather Jackets & Jumpsuits


I'm sure we all have items of clothing that we will always feel MOST comfortable wearing. There are usually pieces in our wardrobes we reached for most frequently. 
My favourites are usually a pair of harem trousers and an lose fitting top, however since I got my hands on a few jumpsuits/boiler-suits over the summer, I can't live without them! 
I found this thick, quality vintage suit from an online store called Thriftwares. Its great for this season and simple to rock. I bought it in a size bigger than I usually wear although, it also has a belt which allows for it to be worn in a more feminine way too.
Sometimes, I'm very guilty of repeating an outfit 2 days in a row! Don't judge me, I know y'all be doing it too!. I know its a fashion crime...daaahhh well, as long as you are smelling good!!! I do however switch up the way in which I wear these things. A change in shoe and jacket can make such a difference. 
My go to jackets lately, are the leather ones. I have a variety of these jackets in different designs and colours. 



I recently checked out the Eastend Thrift Store and purchased a few great finds. This acid-wash green leather jacket, being one of them. It effortlessly edges up the khaki boiler suit and brings out the colour.

JACKET- Eastend Thrift Store
BOILER-SUIT- Thriftware.com
SHOES- Monkey Schuh




I also purchased this old fashioned lengthy leather from the Eastend Thrift Store. It requires some tlc and revamping in maintenance, but it was an absolute steal! 

JACKET- Eastend Thrift Store
BOILER-SUIT- Thriftwares.com
SHOES- Somewhere in London 



I tied the belt to cinch in my waistline and paired this fit with a bright leather jacket. The richness of the red is quite contrasting to the khaki green suit. The slight alterations to how the boiler-suit is worn with this jacket, allows for me to look casual and feminine.

JACKET- Primark
BOILER-SUIT- Thriftware.com
SHOES- Somewhere in London



I've had this particular jacket for quite a while. I like how it feels and fits. The sleeves are slightly shorter than the standard fitting jacket and also has a box cut shape. As you can see, it changes the dynamic of how the boiler-suit looks emphasizing its shape. I teamed this ensemble with a white pair of stylish heels.

JACKET- Rokit
BOILER-SUIT- Thriftware.com
SHOES- Chinese Boutique 


The versatility of this suit is what I enjoy most about wearing it. Being that I bought it a few sizes bigger than my size, allows for me to wear it lose and boyish when I'm feeling chilled.


It has detachable sleeves ready for any season. They simply unclip so that they are shortened to a capped sleeve. I love the fact it buttons right up (turtle neck style).



Another bonus to this suit is the belt, which can be tied to your liking. Depending on how tight, it will show off your waistline. This can lengthen your figure and give shape.

STYLE TIP: Sticking to what you know gives you stability, but try not to get complacent...risks should always be taken in style.
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