Graphic t-shirt Outfit + Grey Check Straight Leg Trousers
Shopbop currently has a sale and it is all anyone Is blogging about, but that is not what this post is about, however if you missed the Shopbop sale in any other blog posts you read, you can find a link here to check it out.
Today I have put together an outfit post for you and I’ll leave all the details at the bottom. If you are wondering what the egg like spaceships are behind me, they are in fact toilets from a restaurant called sketch. I have seen it on instagram a lot but had never been in until then. Sketch offers a number of different rooms each with a different decor theme, from a rainforest to the Parlour, the most know from instagram would be the pink velvet restaurant known as the Gallery. There is a variety of menus, ranging from afternoon tea, a set dinner menu, cocktail bar, and also brunch. Booking is required for the restaurants, however if you are after tea and coffee you can walk in but there is always a question.
Here is a link to there website, as that is an experience in itself, check it out here.
I am wearing whistles wide leg check trousers that I got in the Brown Thomas Cork sale over Christmas, as well as this Ganni T-shirt with Power Angels printed on it. I styled the straight leg check trousers with a faux fur coat that I have had a few years, it is from Zara. As it is super cold in London at night time, I have layered my faux fur navy coat with a light puffer sportswear jacket from TK Maxx for some extra warmth. I love buying similar colours, as it is easy to make multiple outfits out of a few pieces. While my trousers are grey check anything with navy, black, blue, white, grey colours will pair well with the wide leg check trousers. A graphic t-shirt can be styled very simply with black skinny jeans when in doubt.