Jacket: Storm in a teacup
Jumper: Vintaholic Vintage
Trousers: Karen Millen from 5 years ago
Boots: Bourgeois Boheme
End of February, and the sun decided to show up in full bloom for a solid four days in London. It's clearly back to the cold these days now but that hint of summer in the middle of winter was bliss! So much so that I had to pull out this stunning vintage jacket gifted by a friend. It's from Storm in a teacup, a small, divine space full of vintage branded gems.
My electric sweater is from Vintaholic Vintage, my favourite place for old school 80s and 90s looks like this electric sweater. I love the zig zag and glitter pattern on it which makes it easy to dress it up for a party or down for a day out on the town.
I paired the jacket and sweater with my favourite Karen Millen trousers from when I worked with them five years ago. It's one of the pieces I kept from my fast fashion days because I knew I would wear them for years to come. I'm just so in love with how great they look with my Bourgeois Boheme boots.
Last but not least, we shot this look at the White Cube Gallery in Bermonsdey, The pictures taken inside the gallery show glimpses of English artist Tracy Emin's work which is moving.
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