So party season is upon us once more, which means the party outfits are out in force. I don’t really tend to follow trends, I just buy things that I love and mix it up with things I already own to give a classic yet trendy kind of style.
This year is no exception, I’ve put together a little video of my favourite looks that I have pulled out of my wardrobe. I’ve also taken a few photographs to break down the looks and showcase each look differently.
Outfit 1: Faux Fur Frenzy: Faux Fur Frenzy: While shopping on Asos one morning I stumbled across this faux fur stole which I thought just looked incredible and I instantly thought of how many outfits I could put with this accessory. Instantly my mind went to my black thrifted oversized blazer. Teaming the blazer up with a plain white shirt underneath also from Asos. Along with my peg tapered trousers also from ASOS. My shoes are from eBay and are very similar to a creeper style shoe. The stole has popper buttons to snap the stole together at the bottom like shown on my picture or you can just wear it loose and have it around a collar to show off your outfit a little more. As well as this colour they also have a black version to this which I shall link below with the one I’m wearing also. This outfit is a perfect outfit for an elegant night out or even just a formal dinner. One of my favourite dressed up outfits from the lookbook video I have done.
Outfit 2: Pastel: So some of you might of already seen some of my outfit from this particular outfit showcase. The suit I’m wearing is also the suit I wore to a wedding I attended this year ( The Wedding post) It’s a super skinny grey formal suit from ASOS. They have similar suits in different colours that are nearly the same. It’s a very tight-fitting, almost so tight it can just about get over my feet when I put the trousers on! Teaming this suit up with a pastel pink mini roll neck just gives it a different look instead of wearing a shirt underneath, and with it being cold it’s the perfect alternative to a shirt. My shoes, white monk strap shoes, are also from Asos but they no longer do these shoes anymore.
This outfit is perfect for a more formal setting that wearing a suit is more appropriate.
Outfit 3: Souvenir Jacket: So this year souvenir jackets has become a big thing. A jacket with an embroidered photograph on the back or the front have been deemed very popular among the fashion world which we will also see continuing into Spring and Summer 2017. The jacket I’m wearing is from Primark which only cost me £8, it is a women’s jacket, however I don’t really think you can tell. Even if it does have flowers on it as many of the men’s jackets also now have flowers which have been embroidered onto the jacket. Teaming this jacket with a formal penny collar shirt from Asos and a pair of pink trousers from Asos to bring the pink out of the jacket. As you all know I love a good bow and this one I made myself to give the outfit something a little different. My shoes are the shoes seen in the previous outfit which are from Asos.
Outfit 4: Tartan Take-down: I’m a big fan of Tartan and what a great time to wear it too, this close to Christmas. Topman always have an amazing selection of Tartan trousers or chinos. The super skinny chino type trouser I’m wearing in this outfit are in fact from Topman. Teaming it up with my collarless camel coat from Asos, that I adore. It comes out every single time there is a chill in the air. Camel will always be a colour that I deem very sophisticated and elegant. It’s a perfect addition to this outfit. Teaming all of this with a dark camel roll neck may seem a little weird but it actually seems to go so well. Then finally adding a Chelsea boot from New Look, just makes the outfit whole. This outfit is perfect for any occasion.
Check out my YouTube video that I showcase each and every outfit out: