I have a bit of a jackets and coats obsession at the moment and my collection is growing bigger and bigger. Recently I’ve added this pink velvet bomber jacket to it, which is completely different from all of my other jackets. This one is a bit more out of my comfort zone because of the color, but I do have to say it’s still very wearable. Even though it’s a pink jacket, the color is quite soft which makes it a bit less scary to wear. But because this item is a bit different than what I’ve shown you on my blog so far, I though it would be fun to show you how I’ve styled it.
First of all, the pink velvet bomber jacket is from Weekday. I’ve been having my eye on this jacket for a very long time now, and I’m really happy I finally got it. I personally think Weekday do some of the best coats. So if you’re a coat lover like me, definitely have a look at Weekday!
Because of the color of the jacket, I decided to keep the rest of my outfit quite simple and neutral. I’m wearing a white ribbed cropped top from Topshop with a ripped black pair of jeans that I got from Bershka. Whenever I’m wearing an item that’s colorful, I make sure to keep the rest of my outfit quite minimalistic to make it a bit more casual.
I also added this small cross body bag that I got from Pull & Bear. Again, keeping it simple and minimalistic. This is the perfect small bag that is super easy to style. This bag honestly goes with every outfit in my opinion. I think it’s definitely good to have at least one black cross body bag like this in your wardrobe.
And lastly, for shoes I’m wearing my well beloved Adidas superstars. I have the all white versions and I wear them all the time. I’ve actually never shown these sneakers on my blog before as I mostly wear heels in my blogposts. However, I do wear sneakers loads. Especially when I want to be comfortable and be able to walk around, I tend to go for sneakers most of the time. And these Adidas superstars are one of my favorites.
Jacket – Weekday
Top – Topshop
Jeans – Bershka
Bag – Pull & Bear
Shoes – Adidas