Today it was time to give the Gap camo jeans their first outing. To make them more wearable, I kept the top half simple with a New Look denim shirt and a black Zara jumper. I must admit that initially I was slightly cautious about wearing them out (signs pointing to one’s thighs aren’t always a brilliant idea) but I think that I am going to get quite attached to them. One day I might swap the black jumper for a yellow one – but I’m not quite ready for that yet.
Part of the deal with trousers like these, I think, is to “style them out” with some kind of heels. Some items of clothing work very well as they are, whilst others need a little bit of assistance to bring out the best in them – especially if you’re not Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. So, once again, the Zara boots came to the rescue. I feel that these are going to earn their keep this winter.
Here’s a link to the GAP camo jeans. For anyone interested in getting hold of some, it might be helpful to know the sizing is very generous. I am wearing a UK size 4, whereas in most stores I am a UK size 8.
Here’s also a link to the New Look denim shirt that I am wearing and which is currently in store. When I first saw it, I liked it for the fact that it had a great big sticker on it saying “soft wear”, which it is. I also liked the mother of pearl studs and the fact that it isn’t too cow girl in appearance. New Look is always my first stop for a denim shirt. They have a great range of styles and the prices are good – this one was £19.99.
Oh, and these are what I removed from my Zara boots this morning. Remember I said that they were uncomfortable after I had worn them for a day? These could have had something to do with it, although of course the lack of socks didn’t help. I did wonder though why the boots were a bit rigid at the front when I walked down the stairs. Mystery solved!