Green Skinny Jeans With White Loafers
As you all know, I’m not usually one to stick to specific seasonal clothing, so if I want to wear something and the temperature is accommodating, I will. This is one of those outfits. I know light greens and whites are usually reserved for spring (spring greens), but I wanted to wear the combination as we almost transition into the autumn. The reason being, I bought these Citizens of Humanity Rocket Crop Skinny Jeans in Canopy Green a few months ago just before the heat wave and I never got to wear them, which was such a shame as I was desperate to! I love the gorgeous shade of green that they are as it’s not too feminine or cute, or too masculine, it’s perfect! Plus, the Rocket Crop is my favourite jeans cut there is, so they’re a win, win pair of jeans for me!
To make it a little more suitable for cooler weather, I styled these jeans with my Allsaints Manson Knitted Tank Top as the Porcelain White shade was perfect to keep things light. As for the footwear, I wasn’t sure if I wanted to wear Chelsea boots or something brown, but as soon as I saw my Sam Edelman Linnie White Mules sitting on my shelf, I thought they might actually be perfect, and they were! I think they help to keep the look casual and youthful, but still classy and put together. Plus, these Sam Edelman loafers are a great alternative to Gucci.
Now getting to my accessories, my bag that I was wearing is my Mulberry Small Darley in Oak and you might remember me speaking about it and revealing it from my trip to Bicester Village. I got it as a sub so it was cheaper than retail and it’s literally adorable! You all know how much I love my Mulberry Lily in Oak as you’ve seen it enough times, but the Small Darley is perfect as it’s a more petite size and a more polished shape. I do plan on reviewing it soon for you! Then, to finish it off, I went for my Rado Skeleton Watch as it mixes gold and silver together, which was ideal for the white in my outfit and the gold hardware on my bag! So, as you can see, I did try to think about every little detail within this outfit and even though it’s more casual, I do really like it.
Regarding the location, as Bath is known for its cobblestones and Italian/Georgian architecture, I thought I would showcase that the best I could by using a side street in town. It’s often quite quiet around there as it’s a dead end for cars, and there’s only a couple of shops, so it’s the perfect location for shooting photos and not getting too interrupted. I love how quaint it looks here and how the cobblestones really add to the overall feel of the street. I think it made the perfect backdrop for my look. What do you think? And I would love to know what you think of my outfit! Lorna xx.