#OOTD featuring Deichmann loafers
This is the perfect outfit to take you through the transition period from winter to spring – still pretty warm but effortlessly stylish. This outfit is great for lunch with the girls followed by a couple of chilled cocktails. Here’s some pics of me in this outfit, with a fluffy dog prop.
Loafers – Deichmann*
I’ve been after a pair of loafers for a while and these Graceland Tasselled Chunky Loafers from German retailer Deichmann tick all the boxes. They’re a lovely shiny patent with a chunky sole which makes them practical and comfortable as well as fashionable – something which I don’t usually go for! As a short girl, I usually always wear heels so these are quite a nice little compromise and, of course, a lot easier to walk round town in. The chunkiness of the sole makes them feel like they’re not completely flat and so give you a tiny bit of height. They also look ace with a rolled up pair of skinnies.
Joni jeans – Topshop
Will these Joni jeans ever go out of style? I, for one, really hope not as I love them so much! Because they’re high waisted, they cover a multitude of sins around your hips and stomach (my problem areas) and they never lose their skin-tight shape – even after plenty of washing. Love these bright blue ones for spring/summer.
Sweatshirt – Jack Wills
For preppy, Cornish cool you can’t go wrong with a bit of Jack Wills. I love this laid back grey sweatshirt as it goes with pretty much everything and it’s super soft inside. I travelled in it to Rome and it was really comfortable for the flight.
Hat – Pomskii
The only bobble hat you’ll ever want to wear again, I’m obsessed with mine! I originally wanted the navy one but it was sold out on the website so I went for pale grey. I’m glad I did as lots of my clothes are pale pastel in colour and I feel like it goes really well with my silver-y blonde hair. If you’re tall I would definitely avoid wearing this hat to a football match as it will definitely obscure the view of the person behind you!
*I was gifted items from Deichmann to feature in this post