After borrowing the husband's Fred Perry sweater the other day (as seen in my last post) I felt the need to borrow it again... after all, what are husbands for if you can't borrow their clothes? I'm a big fan of masculine chic and there's no better way to do it than with your other half's wardrobe...! This was actually quite an easy outfit to put together - when you're going for head-to-toe burgundy/red you don't have to do too much thinking about colour combinations and whether they're going to work. The best shirt I had to go with this colour palette was a pink gingham one that I hadn't worn in a while (you can see how I wore it last here) and I think it added a nice light touch just to lift my face.
I've been favouring a head-to-toe look in one colour a lot lately (I've done white recently as well) - do you ever go for all one colour (or shades of one colour) like this? Do you find the colour combinations easier or more difficult... I can imagine it can be the latter sometimes. Tell us in the comments!
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Blazer: Dorothy Perkins (old), Sweater: Fred Perry (borrowed from the husband), Shirt: Marks & Spencer, Jeans: Asos, Boots: New Look (similar)
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