A Green Tartan Blazer With Skinny Jeans And Velvet Boots
I think the last time that I wore this River Island Plaid Blazer, it was back in the summer of 69… Ha ha, no, I just got sidetracked by the song there. Back in the summer of 2015 (see here) where I styled it with burgundy trousers and snake print heels. I thought it was time that I brought it back out though as I’ve always been a huge fan of the way it fits and the pretty colours. I decided to pair it with a simple white tank top and my new Citizens of Humanity Rocket Crop Jeans in Fizzle which I absolutely adore. They have a slightly updated fit with a wider leg opening, so I cuffed them, but the wash is really nice!
Now getting to my accessories, how amazing are these boots? They are the Kurt Geiger Carvela Gorki Sapphire Blue Velvet Boots which I got for over 70% off! You all know how much I adore velvet and I’d wanted a pair of navy blue velvet boots for ages, so when I saw these, I knew I had to have them. You wouldn’t believe how comfortable they are either, the heel isn’t too high and they don’t hurt my feet either. You’re definitely going to be seeing these more often! Then finally I added in my Valentino Mini Lock Bag in Light Ivory to glam it up a little bit. This is the first outfit that I have worn it with since I reviewed it, and I’m happy to report that the strong smell it had is fading now, thankfully.
I’ve got a few exciting blog posts coming up soon as well, which I can’t wait to share with you. My March schedule is completely booked up until the end of the month. There’s going to be a few more experimental outfits as I’m working with Topshop on their campaign soon too, so stay tuned for that, but in the mean time, I would love to know what you think of this outfit here. Are you a fan of the jeans the rest of the pieces? I would love to know!
P.S. I also wanted to give a little update on my digestion. I’ve been taking the probiotic called Symprove for about 17 days now and it’s part of a 12 week programme. It’s the first probiotic which is designed to help people with IBS and it’s NHS funded here in the UK. The taste isn’t great at all and it’s hard to drink down the liquid, but so far I’m actually seeing some improvements in my digestion. I’m going to keep you updated as the weeks go on and then do a blog post at the end of the course to tell you all about it, but if any of you have taken Symprove before, I would love to know how it went for you! You can find out more about it by clicking here.