Hi all! Today I want to show you what I wore on a sunny Sunday around Camden Town, and tell you about my failed mission of finding the perfect faux fur coat. Everytime I go around Camden I somehow feel I have to wear a total black. Don’t ask me why. But this time I tried to get away from it as the skies were blue and it felt like spring was paying us a short visit. So I decided to give my straight jeans in cropped length a final use ‘without’ socks and pose in front of a colourful wall before cold gets too real and I’m forced to wear long and thick socks and pose under grey skies.
This is the first time I’m wearing this jersey on an outfit post too – I actually posted it on Instagram a few days ago, so make sure you follow me there as I tend to post some of my looks before they get published on the blog – and want you to know it’s beyond comfy and warm. I wanted to go away from the total black basic and thought a white line would make the difference, and sure it does to me (yes, I am quite minimal). Also, I’ve been going around Camden a few times lately and discovered amazing places for antique objects / furniture and vintage clothing, which I love… even tho I didn’t find what I was going for on that specific occasion, lol. I might try Portobello Market next. Fingers crossed.
I am now working on a food post because, as you might now, one of my hobbies is eating and trying new food and places everywhere I go. It will go life later this week so stay tuned and hope you like it because I’m planing on creating much more diverse content for the blog.
New Look jumper, Asos jeans, biker jacket from Topman, Vans sneakers, sunnies from Ace&Tate and Reclaimed Vintage beanie
Photography by Santi Montero