Wearing my sky blue Lacoste and your knee socks.

Wearing my sky blue Lacoste and your knee socks
Wearing my sky blue Lacoste and your knee socks
Wearing my sky blue Lacoste and your knee socks
Wearing my sky blue Lacoste and your knee socks
Wearing my sky blue Lacoste and your knee socks
Wearing my sky blue Lacoste and your knee socks
Wearing my sky blue Lacoste and your knee socks
Leather jacket: The Kooples. Denim smock dress: £36, ASOS. Customised leather half-pint bag: c/o Brit-Stitch. Contrast knee socks: £5.40, ASOS. Anna boots: £76.50, Topshop. Necklace: won in Dina's giveaway, Toujours Toi. Lipstick: Topshop Really Ruby.

Never one to pass up an Arctic Monkeys reference, the knee socks have been back with a vengeance over the past couple of weeks. Paired with my trusty leather jacket, I felt rather toasty as I headed along the Jubilee line on my way to Wimbledon to meet Camilla and Jazmine for dinner at Aubaine. However much I love Wimbledon, it's not an area I very often explore, and the last time I visited was for Jazmine's birthday. This time she knew I was coming, however, and when Camilla arrived she showed us around the village, and led us straight to the charity shops! Is there really a better combination than good company, food, and some of your favourite ladies?

Smock dresses are a relatively new thing for me as I tend to belt everything, or at least have something that's vaguely flattering, but sometimes it's nice to wear something which you can just throw on and not worry about how much you've eaten for tea (or the McFlurries I picked up on the way to my friend's later that evening). I've been living in this little asos number recently namely because my wardrobe is currently behind a box that requires a lot of effort to move, but also as I've seen both Lisette and Lizzie pull it off admirably. Despite having made it my bag of choice recently (read: there's too much stuff in it to transfer the contents daily) my brit-stich half-pint bag has only just made it into some outfit photos. When asked if I wanted to trial their new 'Make-Your-Own' feature, I toyed with the idea of pastels for about two minutes before reverting to my failsafe navy and white combination - just imagine it with a striped tee! I've also noticed that Brit-Stitch are running a competition on their facebook page to win your own customised bag, so good luck if you enter!

9 comments:

  1. Rebecca yet another stunning outfit! You always look so classy!
    Sophie
    x

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  2. That necklace is stunning, and the Brit-stitch bags are so gorgeous! x

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  3. The pebble texture on the jacket is so beautiful. The fact that it's Kooples as well!! Was considering venturing into knee socks and actually saw these on ASOS but wasn't sure how they'd look in real life. Perfectly modelled though, think they are going in my basket!

    Jade | JadeFungBlog

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  4. Hey! Thanks for the lovely comment you left on my blog! Love your style, new follower :) xo
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  5. very nice, you can't go wrong with a classic leather jacket and I love the colour combo you picked for your bag x

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  6. I love this outfit particularly that bag! :) xx

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  7. HOW do you always look so nice?! Wish I could pull off smocks but they make me look awful!

    Maria xxx

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  8. Such a cute little bag :)

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    Mags xx

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  9. Ooh, I'm in love with this outfit! The knee socks and purse are the perfect little touches!

    Xo, Hannah

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