This is not a thanksgiving post, even though I wish you had Happy Thankgiving and I am very thankful if you ever take few minutes of your time to read my little blog! Now if you remember from my last post, I mentioned walking a great distance to find a certain bomber jacket. Yes, you guessed right, this is the one!!! The reversible greatness and silk lined by Isabel Marant pour H&M, now lies on my very own shoulders.
Doughnut Plant goodies.
I wore my favourite black and white checked shirt from Uniqlo accessorized with a too-small-for-my-head-but-just-right-for-my-neck headband, and black jeans. To finish it off, I wore a pair of semi-western old boots from Zara (which I thought I'd never wore again but they somehow gained my love once again.)
Last Sunday, a week after my birthday, when my mum and I woke up we decided to stock up on some energy- in the form of oatmeal and croissants- and get ready for a long day in the city.
Right after I practically forced into taking these pictures, we continued on our mission: finding the silver reversible bomber by Isabel Marant pour H&M. So we took the tram from Roosevelt Island over to 59th and 2nd Ave, from where we would take the city on foot (pretty much the best way to experience it). Lucky for us, we didn't mind the rain much, left our umbrellas home, and went on to hunt that Isabel Marant pour H&M collection. It turned out to be very successful, as it should after walking 20 blocks and visiting 3 to 4 different H&M stores. :)
This outfit was practically brought to life from leftovers forgotten pieces of clothing I had left over at my mum's apartment: faux-leather pants from Zara and a Gap sweater. Luckily I thought, it paired well with my new small yet roomy bag I got from Kenneth Cole. 50% off and it was mine!
As for accessories, the polka dot socks and mum's Creme Sheen Speak Louder M.A.C. lipstick had to do it.
...Just as me and my friend finding this cool-looking gate and damaged sidewalk while on a lunch break walk to shoot some pics.
I was mainly excited about wearing my latest footwear addition, the T.U.K. creeper. As you can probably imagine, because of their unconventional looks and grunge feel, some people hated them while others shared the same love for them as I do. I must admit, however, it took a while to break them in as they are quite the heavy shoe- 2inches of platform ain't that light! But one can't deny its black and white perfection and Michael Jackson feel (as one friend suggested).
What side are you on? Do tell.
T.U.K. Creepers, Zara skirt, Ralph Lauren cashmere sweater.