When it comes to style guidelines in London there is no such thing as rules, unless you work in a corporate office space, where only a suit is in place. London is very open and experimental, so whether you want to go vintage hunting in East London or find colourful things in Notting Hill or invest in a classic skirt and shirt in Central London, you are more than welcome to do so. And wear it, of course.
Even though I am very true to style, I do like to experiment sometimes. I do like some colour and mixing textures and print within classic combinations. Someone once said to me that my style could be described as noble, but I’m not quite sure about that since most Sundays are spent in my beloved Converse – the only sneaker I have in my wardrobe (more or less), compared to the number of booties I own.
It’s not often I wear sneakers on a day-to-day basis (I tend to stay with my booties), but for this look, I needed to give the classic Savile Row-style menswear blazer and coloured leather pants a Danish twist. Because if there is something Danes or people from Copenhagen, in particular, like to wear, it is definitely sneakers! And a cosy knit of course.
Bag – Mulberry (Old colour) find other colours here
Jumper – similar one from & Other Stories
Leather trousers – Heartmade (old) but a similar version here from J Brand
Blazer – Mango (old) but a similar version here from Gestuz