This tartan flannel shirt in the prettiest shade of green is definitely one of my winter wardrobe staples. I seem to be reaching for it on days when everything's off, on days when I'm walking on clouds and everything in between. It is just such a versatile piece and can be used as the basis in endless - very differently styled - outfits. I can already respond affirmative on the possibility of transferring it to my spring attire.
Beanie: Choies - Tartan shirt, ring: Primark - Jeggings, necklace: H&M - Boots: Zara
The shoes however are quite a different story. Sure, they have all the necessities to be a real go-to: black, submerged in studs, high-heeled, ankle boots, eye catching in a not so obvious way... Except for one little, tiny, almost irrelevant - but oh so relevant - thing: They kill my feet. Seriously, my feet just started tingling by just looking at the pictures. If anyone has some good advice on how to deal with this, do share! I feel like they mostly hurt because the bottom is so freakin' hard, and I already tried these cushions but no luck whatsoever...
This picture expresses pretty much how I feel when I'm wearing them.
Currently listening to:
The National - I need my girl.
Currently craving for (fashion wise or other):
Snow or spring, either one will do.