Monday, 21 December 2015

Outfit - Fade to Grey

     Grey doesn't have to be boring - one of the easiest ways to make an outfit look classy and elegant is to stick to monochrome tones. It doesn't get much simpler than jeans and a top, but by choosing grey for both, in a lighter and darker shade, it looks effortlessly sophisticated. This cardigan also adds to the effect, as well as creating some interest, with gentle, flowing layers over the top of the rest of the outfit, in classic black. My boots are certainly looking pretty well-worn now, with patches coming off (they're not real leather obviously!), but this sort of adds to the rough & ready biker style that they already have. And I'm excited that Hong Kong is finally cool enough to wear them without feeling uncomfortable! I went for low-key jewellery, to maintain the outfit's simplicity, with only my usual rings and some small earrings with a pop of colour in purple.

Fade to Grey | outfit of long black flowing cardigan, grey geometric print top, dark grey skinny jeans and black scuffed biker boots

Fade to Grey | outfit of long black flowing cardigan, grey geometric print top, dark grey skinny jeans and black scuffed biker boots

Fade to Grey | outfit jewellery details of small silver & purple circle dangly earrings

Fade to Grey | outfit of long black flowing cardigan, grey geometric print top, dark grey skinny jeans and black scuffed biker boots

Fade to Grey | outfit shoe details of scuffed black fake leather effect biker boots with straps and gold buckles

Fade to Grey | outfit of long black flowing cardigan, grey geometric print top, dark grey skinny jeans and black scuffed biker boots

Cardigan - H&M, Top - Primark, Jeans - New Look
Boots - Even & Odd, Earrings - Gift

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