The second in my little mini series of posts about getting out of a style rut (see the first post over here) is all about making small changes to your look – you don’t have to go miles out of your comfort zone to make a difference to your wardrobe. My main style rut issue is that I always wear skinny jeans and either a long sleeved tee or a sweatshirt. Not a bad look, I hope you agree, but every day? YAWN.
So with this outfit, I’ve done some really easy swaps, that I think make a big difference.
These boyfriend jeans from Next give a different shape to a look – loose fitting and rolled up, they scream ‘relaxed’, especially when worn with trainers. Over my trusty Breton striped top, I’ve popped a lime green cardigan from Joules. I usually steer clear of cardis but I thought I’d give this one a go, and I think I might be a convert. They’re so easy to throw on, for an extra layer and a splash of colour.
Faith cardigan, £39.95, c/o Joules
Boyfit jeans, £26, c/o Next
Harbour top, £24.95, c/o Joules
Cranleigh bag, £125, c/o Village England
These jeans might just be the answer to kicking my skinny jean addiction, you know! What do you think?