TOP - H&M (old)

WOW! It's been quite some time since I've posted on here! And its been even longer since I've done a regular OOTD post. I've had such a busy month this November and it has flown by! 

Other than being pretty busy recently, I thought I'd give myself a break after halloween. I love creating halloween content and I've really pushed myself this year but there is never enough days in the month to create everything that I want. So sadly my other ideas will have to wait until next year! However, it does feel great to start shooting outfit posts again. 

I've been wanting to shoot this particular look for a while now ever since I found this duster coat in Primark. I absolutely love this coat and at £25 it was a steal! I decided to size up as this will give me more room to add layers to my outfit, keeping me nice and warm this winter. You all know I love a good layer!

As the coat is so long I wanted to wear a trouser that would stand out rather than blend into the coat. I went for my classic black pvc pants, I love how the light reflects off of these, especially in this location. It makes the outfit a lot more dynamic and interesting to look at. 

For my top half I pulled out this old long line t-shirt with a sheer cross pattern that I got probably around four years ago from H&M. Under this I placed a cropped roll neck, this is one of my favourite things to do in the colder months. A roll neck will pretty much work under anything whether it's a t-shirt, jumper or dress. This extra layer keeps you so much warmer in the winter and is a great alternative to wearing a scarf.          

I finished off this look with a few accessories such as a leg harness, a beanie, some platform trainers and this awesome bumbag that I finally got around to buying. I'd been umming and ahing about it for ages! I'm so glad I got it I just love it, it's dead practical and a great way to break up your outfit. The chain detailing on the bag and leg harness really pulls the whole look together.

I love this look it's giving me major Matrix vibes with the long duster coat and pvc trousers, all I'm missing is a pair of sunglasses! It's not the first time I've been inspired by fashion in films, I'll definitely be doing a post about this in the future. If there is anything else you'd like to see on here then let me know in the comments below!

Thanks for reading!


Photos by Jay Hillyer