Duster Jacket: Monki via Asos
Boots: Topshop (old)
For some reason, unknown to even myself, I decided to attempt some outdoor photos on this highly windy Friday afternoon. I think outdoor photos look better and generally more professional than indoor ones, but alas, if you see some of the beauts that I did not include in this post you may well disagree. They consist of me scrunching my face up whilst my hair appears to be being blown off my head, attractive I know.
So anyway, this is what I wore for my lunch date today, the English weather, unpredictable as usual, was sunny and calm one minute, rainy and windy the next, so deciding what to wear had to be tactical. I went for the warmth of this long duster jacket because I am a wimp who would rather eat raw celery sticks (ew) than sit in a chilly environment. These boots are also pretty acceptable for most weather situations, simply because they are so confusing, they are boots (an item designed for keeping feet protected in wintery, snowy and wet weather) and yet they have a cut out, which, as beautiful as it is, counteracts their practicality in winter. This means you can wear boots in summer and if someone says omg you are wearing boots in summer how ridiculous, you can point out that they very clearly summer boots obv.