Outfit | Geek Glasses and Boyfriend Jeans

Boyfriend jeans outfits


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jumper: Topshop | jeans: c/o ASOS | boots: Timberland c/o Blacks | bag: c/o Forever 21 | watch: c/o Storm London | glasses: London Retro c/o My Optique

Hi ladies! Firstly, a big big apology for the lack of posts recently. I’m struggling so much with no internet in the new flat! Going cold turkey has definitely helped with my internet addiction (I’ve learnt to step away from the online world and take a little more time out for ‘me’), though it’s made working and blogging very difficult. Hopefully you’ll stick with me though as I’m getting used to going to cafes for free wifi, so there pace of posts should pick up. Now on to the outfit!

So many of my favourite new things here in this look. I don’t wear glasses but how could I resist these beauties from London Retro – with plain lenses in the frames of course! All of London Retro’s new Metropolitan collection are named after tube lines – how cool is that!. I went for the gorgeous District style. Wearing them just makes me feel so Zooey Deschanel a la New Girl. No one needs to know how many times I did this when the glasses first arrived in the post (hint – it was a lot):

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Callum and I are huge fans of New Girl. If you love the show too, check out the style guide Zalando have done for girls inspired by Jess’ style – it’s such a great idea! While Miss Jessica Day would most definitely approve of my cropped jumper here, she’s not really a boyfriend jeans kind of gal, but I wanted to toughen up my outfit and make it more winter-friendly with my trusty ASOS pair. My new Timberland boots add an even more utilitarian vibe. Timberland boots have long been on my wishlist, so I’m super excited to finally own a pair! They’re a million times softer than I’d imagined they’d be and just so versatile. The only problem is the rubber soles mean you have to be careful of static shocks! I got a big one the other day and genuinely thought I might die for a few seconds (ok, minutes …) x

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