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| The Holy Grail ASOS Jacket | 01/06/17 |


This week has been particularly awesome, a sunny BBQ filled weekend with George, followed by two Mac Demarco gigs that were brilliant beyond words. I also received the great news that I've passed my first year of University, and in fact I got a much better final grade than I expected - a happy gal over here! Lastly, I'm nearing my highly anticipated holiday which I could not be more excited for, although its a shame by bank account isn't looking forward to all the bits I need to pick up before I go, alongside the spending whilst I am away, eek. 

Jacket: ASOS
Jeans: Topshop
Loafers: ASOS
Earrings: ASOS
Sunglasses: Monki

So, the look I'm sharing with you today is essentially pretty plain, and far from summery, but its something I frequently opt for, and in a way, the plain-ness (a word?) just accentuates the point I am trying to focus on... this jacket.

I purchased this jacket from ASOS at the very beginning of Spring, as I expected it would be a fantastic transitional piece leading up to the warmer weather, and I loved how effortlessly cool it appeared to be on the model wearing it. I must say, I was slightly sceptical as to whether it would suit me and also how well it would cooperate with my wardrobe. But honestly, this is definitely reaching my top five purchases of the year because it has been the gift that keeps on giving. 

I love how effortless it looks, and is slightly oversized so emphasises the casual essence of an outfit. Also, I found with the sleeves turned up a few times, it is the ultimate jacket - so comfortable and practical. Lastly, I LOVE the large pockets on the front, as they are in a great position for popping your hands in on a cooler day, but ultimately they can fit a great deal of shit in them, which is extremely handy when you're a girl who despises having to lug a handbag around everywhere you go. This jacket quite honestly has no downside and I am definitely going to repurchase and grab it in a few different colours if possible. I would highly recommend ya'll to get yo'self over to ASOS and grab one if you're all about easy fashion!

Anyway, that's all from me today, I'm struggling a little with post-mosh body pain lmao and I am just about staying awake (ye its only the late afternoon). I hope you're all having a lovely week and are making exciting plans for what appears to be a glorious weekend.


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