BYE BYE THICK JACKETS
It’s that time of year where we all go bring out the thinner jackets. I just can’t wait for longer days, warmer weather, getting bored of the cold now. OK, maybe not too thin of a jacket as it is still a tad chilly at the moment but these would be my picks. Just a note, all of these jackets were purchased a while ago and are not currently available in stores or online.
The first jacket is a faux leather jacket in a pastel blue shade from Primark. I had picked this up in the January sales for £15 and still haven’t worn it, hence the tag still attached. It reminds me of the Zara one from last season. It’s always nice to have a jacket that isn’t black or white, and anything pastel would be a great choice for the winter to spring transition. It’ll brighten up a monochrome outfit.
The second is a Zara leather jacket purchased from a few years back. I still have an obsession with studs even if they’re not actual metal ones like this one. A leather jacket is an essential in any, more like every wardrobe. This is thinner than the one’s I’ve had or tried on so I couldn’t really wear it over the winter period.
Lastly, is a white long biker jacket I had purchased from Dorothy Perkins 2 years ago. It’s still white and one of my favourite jackets to wear even though I am terrified to wear it most of the time in case I get any stains on it. I get really paranoid about it. Am I the only one?
Another one would be a loose denim jacket which I had forgotten to photograph. It was my most worn jacket during spring summer last year. I can’t wait to wear it again this year. I’m going to have to resist purchasing any more jackets. I have no room, no more hooks left to use. Need to start selling some actually but not these ones.
What are your spring jacket picks?
哈喽！Nicol is a China based British blogger with a goal to visit all provinces in China, using this blog to document the good, the bad and the ugly of anything and everything. Currently visited 32/34.