Wednesday, 16 April 2014

Tartan Smock

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Dress: Ark | Converse: Cloggs* | Jacket: Vintage (similar here) | Sunglasses: London Retro via My Optique*

Firstly, please excuse the white glow illuminating from my limbs which haven't been on show in daylight for months (or what seems like years). 

This smock, like every smock, is just so comfy and easy to wear. It's perfect for those I-have-loads-of-clothes-but-nothing-to-wear days, and is a saviour when you want to look good but with minimal effort. The green tartan means it's great for layering with a plain knit or tights, and for these warmer days you can ditch those tights and just throw on some sunglasses (and fake tan in my case). I like pairing it with my all black converse for more of a casual feel, and I really want to get some jelly shoes (black, of course) for a more summery/less scruffy look. Well, what can I say, it's a smock, and it's tartan, what more do you want?

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