So I guess it's quite fitting that the outfit post I'm sharing today is very casual and includes my aforementioned favourite jeans (or at least in one iteration of the outfit). You will have seen in my post about styling running shoes that I'm also having a bit of a trainers moment at the moment. I've started running again for the first time since January (it is painful!) so I guess sportswear is currently in the forefront of my mind. I never thought that sportswear would blur into my daily wardrobe (or that I would own enough for it to do so) but Nike in particular have some awesome stuff out at the moment - I'd definitely feel more excited about my morning run if I was doing it in these Dip Dye Leggings!
A couple of weeks ago I was contacted by FreestyleXtreme, a Bristol based independent business specialising in urban, skate and alternative clothing and asked if I wanted to review an item. I'm a massive fan of Volcom clothes and I instantly picked their 'workout hoody' which will be perfect for running as well as slouching around in at the weekend. I wasn't really sure how on earth to style it for an outfit post so I've just taken photos of what I've worn it with a couple of times, sorry if it's a bit unimaginative!
|deathly hallows beanie: orange circle £11 | hoody: freestylextreme* £59.99|
jeans: topshop £40 | trainers: nike [old]
|sunglasses: d&g* via sunglasses shop | disco pants: american apparel £74|
shoes: new balance £49
I had their 'Lumber Jill' breakfast...
And Tom had their 'East End breakfast'...
The perfect way to start a Saturday - with pancakes, maple syrup, poached egg, bacon and sausages.