Bronze metallic leggings (Marcus Lupfer). Black racer back vest (Stella McCartney). Black leather bomber jacket ( Milla). Brown leather mule, with wooden block heel and sheepskin trim (Kurt Geiger). Turquoise pendant on silver chain from Thailand. Gold digital watch (Timex).
I wore this outfit out last Saturday night when I was out with my girlfriends. I don't tend to really dress up when I am on a night out, I definitely love that laid back grunge feel and that usually consists of skinny spray on jeans or some denim shorts. I have not bought a pair of leggings in many years but as soon as I saw these I loved them. The photo doesn't do the leggings justice as they are so cool and such an amazing colour, like an orangery copper bronze colour in a metallic thread, they are quite a stiff fabric so they hug the body just perfectly. These Marcus Lupfer leggings are so different and replace my usual denim perfectly. I like the fact that the detail is in the bottom half of the outfit when usually all the focus for peoples outfits is on the top half. Whenever possible this is a great look to work, whether it being in a skirt or pants, people will always notice an outfit more and it looks more fashion forward if you try to wear a different bottom, such as a new shape in trouser than you would normally wear. Try it and you will feel completely different and find yourself standing with a different posture and walking with a different walk.
Thankyou Marcus Lupfer
The black vest I have had from last seasons Stella McCartney. I am OBSESSED with basic tops, I spend a fortune on them and many people ask me why do I spend so much money on just a basic vest or t-shirt when you can get the same one for £10 on the High Street? The answer to the question is no you can't. You cannot compare a High Street basic to a Designer basic and you will not understand it until you try them on and wear them and wash them, most of all they last so much longer than any other 'normal' basic would do. So if you need to justify it then this answer always works!
Thankyou Stella McCartney