I don’t post on menswear as much as I’d like to, if anyone would like to volunteer as my photographer for outfit posts, I’ll take ya! Can you also make me look more relaxed and natural when I pose for photographs? That’s something I definitely need to work on.
Here’s a run through of some clothes I’m lusting after currently. I keep a note on my phone with pieces I wish to pick up at some point, or something I’ve seen that I’d like to find a dupe of. It’s really helped me stop buying pieces I don’t really like. This method makes it so much easier to keep track of what you own and what you’ll pair them with.
I love my black tees, I counted the other day, I have about 12. I just can’t get enough.
I thought I was over graphic tees, but clearly not. I love this design, very clean and simple, but an effective splash of colour.
I’m a sucker for a chelsea boot. I wear them to work everyday, but I’ve ruined those because they’re my work shoes now!
These are gorgeous and they’re faux suede, which fits in with me pretending to be classy when I am the complete opposite.
I’m thinking of investing in a pair of Levis as I wear black skinny jeans almost constantly, and split them in the crotch constantly. I think it’s time I invest properly and get a pair that will last! I’m replacing £40 pairs every couple of months, I think a pair that will actually survive are a treat I owe myself!
I’ve never owned a pair of Vans in my life! I’ve always wanted to, I think 21 is the time to finally buy soon!
Black shoes go with everything, especially trainers like this that can be made to be smart and casual. They’re completely timeless.
I love bomber jackets, I currently own 5. It might be getting slightly out of hand.
A black bomber works with anything, though if you’re like me, you’ll be pairing one with a pair of black skinny jeans.
The zips almost add a pop of colour! With someone who wears as much black as I do, this is massively appreciated.
What I love about black bomber jackets is what I’ve already iterated with the Vans above, you can dress them both smart and casual, they’re definitely a staple piece in any wardrobe.
I nearly bought one in Milan, and now regret not doing so. There’s something about a denim shirt that is so much nicer than a cotton one, they both look and feel more expensive despite that often not being the case!
I find them to be more durable too. With it being so cold in the UK currently, a slightly thicker shirt is needed.
I’m going to have to stop myself there as I could and would continue all day. I love to continually evolve my wardrobe, I take my style influences from bloggers, celebrities, TV shows, anyone and anything! It’s a great thing to take pride in your personal style, the hard part is knowing when to stop growing your wardrobe!
This post was made in collaboration with Manière De Voir.