What is a girl to do with such an oversized bow on her head? So yes, the Johnny Loves Rosie bow is parked up on la tete and whilst it would be so easy to wear something equally girly along with the bow, I couldn’t resist delving into the boyf’s wardrobe again (it’s grown again since I last road tested his clothes…). The bow seems to sit well with the slightly oversized clothes. I say slightly because the boyf likes his things quite fitted and they can’t really compete with the oversized quality of the bow. Every time I rummage through the boyf’s wardrobe, it always surprises me how easy it is to put things together simply because it is so edited and pared down compared to mine. Initially I do have wee thoughts about maybe changing my wardrobe approach but then those thoughts quickly disappear as I think about my Aladdin’s cave, hotch-potch, ramshackle of a wardrobe (technically my whole room is my wardrobe though so it isn’t limited to just one cuboid unit…).
Plus, how could a pared down minimalist wardrobe house things such as a big spongy multi-coloured head bow?
American Apparel navy bomber jacket, People’s Market Trousers, Salvatore Ferragmo black bow pumps
Hurwundeki blue and white striped polo shirt, Unconditional grey wool wrap-front trousers, Topshop sandals
Hurwundeki gingham shirt, Uniqlo grey ribbed jumper worn as skirt, Topshop grey ankle boots
Handmade in England sheer white shirt, black and white stripey tee, vintage black baggy trousers, Salvatore Ferragamo black bow pumps, Marc Jacobs belt
Navy polka dot polo shirt, Uniqlo red skinny jeans, vintage polka dot scarf, Topshop sandals
Comme des Garcons black blazer, Givenchy white shirt, Omar Kashoura black oversized cardi worn as skirt