Second-Hand Shirt

Shirt: Sue Ryder, Trousers: H&M (Similar), Shoes: New Look (Similar), Choker: Urban Outfitters 

After that weekend in September, when all people fash’un are out in force on the cobbled streets by Somerset House, I like to browse the inter-web for beautiful street style pictures whilst slouched on the sofa in the least fash’un outfit (a very loved oversized jumper, thick socks and leggings I’ve owned longer than my 4 year old cousin has been around). I also get excited to see what fabrics, patterns and styles are saturating the runways. With this whole lot of street-style/catwalk inspiration, I soon find myself in and out of the second-hand shops. One show I always look forward too googling (glamorous, eh?) is Henry Holland’s show. I find his clothes fun, colourful and inventive. With those slogan t-shirts (I’m Yours for a Tenner, Kendall Jenner) along with a whole lot of coloured gingham, I loved the lot. When I spotted this navy and white check shirt in my local Sue Ryder, I saw it as my way to get a little of the Henry Holland check I loved in his Spring/Summer 2017 show. For £1.50, it was impossible to resist and since I wore it on holiday too many time and have worn it since my holiday with jeans, it’s price per wear is probably around a farthing…if they still existed! 

10 Comments

    • October 9, 2016 / 5:28 pm

      Ah thank you so much! I don't usually wear trousers but these are super comfortable and easy to wear so would definitely recommend them! x

  1. October 6, 2016 / 1:16 pm

    I love the way you've styled this shirt and you'd never know it was from a charity shop – it looks like something you'd find in Topshop for about £58606! x

    Always, Alice

    • October 9, 2016 / 5:30 pm

      Ah thank you! Haha I know what you mean – you can get so much more in charity shops 🙂 x

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