I guess you may have caught a sneak peek of this outfit since I’ve posted a close-up something seen here and here on Instagram. Plus, you are probably no stranger to this patchwork trench from DKNY as we’ve mentioned it before. Though the truth is that you are supposed to barely go wrong with a camel coat, still, let alone the somehow frenzied idea of, what I thought of on a whim before, matching this versatile trench with all-training-suit-everything for gymnastic chic, I go for a proportionally classy yet aesthetically playful scent.
The striped knit worn underneath with color-block motifs is a show-stopper I found at Outnet final sale. As a matter of fact, It’s an off-season Alexander Wang from its 2012 Spring/Summer collection(similar runway look here), yet from a wearing perception, it’s concertedly in conjunction with current aesthetics. A tailored faux leather jacket is sandwiched between and shares cohesion with the black patches of the trench while distinguishing layers in texture. On the significance of winter comfy, wool twill pants (like these from Magine) are highly concerned as wardrobe stables. And thanks to the cropped proportion visually extended by the versatile trench, all the layers are seen neither mussy nor sloppy.
Alexander Wang sheer striped knitwear (off season, similar here) | faux leather jacket (similar here and a budget here) |DKNY patchwork camel trench with neoprene | Magine shaggy twill pants | Dr. Martens pony-hair oxfords | Kenzo mesh pouch | H&M holographic pouch (inside, similar here)
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