With some outfits it's all in the detail. I find myself wearing black/grey trousers day-in, day-out – I guess you could say it's my wardrobe staple – but I finally found a pair I can differentiate from the rest. Slightly looser at the ankle, they give the tiniest illusion of a flare. I know skinny trousers are meant to be ovvvvveeerrr but this is as far as I'm willing to budge right now. They also have this intricate geometric stitching over the knees that I'm enjoying rubbing my palms against while watching Raf's Dior couture show video on repeat. It's the only non-science entertainment I'm getting at the moment (Big Bang Theory doesn't count). I've liked quite a few of Sasquatch Fabrix's quirky workwear pieces before but this is the first time I've indulged my craving. Japanese clothes can be so freaking expensive, apart from the jacket that is, one from Undercover Jun Takahashi's line for Uniqlo – part leather(ette) biker, park comfy sweatshirt, total bargain at £30 in the online sale. The the t-shirt's apparently Japanese too, from Over The Stripes (LN-CC sale after Christmas).
Japan, maybe that's somewhere I could go on holiday when I finish this damn thesis...
Wearing jacket from Uniqlo by Jun Takahashi, t-shirt by Over The Stripes, trousers by Sasquatch Fabrix, brogues by Dr Martens, cuff by Dagmar.