OOTD: SAVILLE BLUE


Having previously commended the weather for giving us blue skies, white clouds and a warmer temperature, this week was absolutely dreadful with pouring showers and dim, sombre clouds. Luckily, today it was sunny enough outside to take a couple of photographs before I headed over to Jessops to invest in a better and new camera! This outfit is simple, warm and a slightly different take on the monochrome trend...

My jacket from Maje is a very simple thigh-length jacket with beautiful leather contrast detailing and an off-center zip which gives it a bit more individualism. The beautiful cobalt blue colour was a must-have this year, striking in its own right without being too 'in-your-face'. I finished off with a pair of ribbed knit leggings in a very soft grey to balance the vibrant blue.


I added a bit of yellow to my entire outfit as a complementary to the blue with these translucent oversized sunnies from Philip Lim 3.1. Gorgeous frame and beautiful gradient lens, perfect for sunny weather and when you don't want to pack on too much eye makeup!


I added a different shade of blue, playing with various textures such as suede and calfskin leather with my Céline trapeze bag. The architectural structure of this bag gives the outfit a bit of definition and the popularity of the bag needs no justification :P



Lastly, I added one last texture to the outfit with these python booties from Christian Louboutin. The heel is low enough that it makes them comfortable to walk-in, yet elongates the legs with the beautiful reflective surface and acute shape. Perfect not only for winter but still wearable for the transition between Fall to Spring. 

I hope you enjoyed these photographs and thank you so much for reading. I can't wait to use my new camera to get better outfit shots!

Hope you all had an amazing weekend! Be sure to check out my latest beauty video where I talk about beauty products that I have repurchased again and again! 


Coat: Maje
Leggings: Korea
Shoes: Christian Louboutin
Bag: Céline
Sunglasses: Philip Lim 3.1


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