Outfit | Velocite

15. November 2017

Wearing: Acne Studios Velocite Jacket (budget alternatives herehere, here, and here), Balenciaga Cutout Boots (budget options here and here), Acne Studios Beanie (similar here), Weekday Jeans c/o Weekday, ASOS Square Sunglasses (shop alternatives here and here), and a Boyy Bag

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When the cool-factor and functionality meet, the result is this Acne Studios Velocite jacket, which almost makes you look forward to winter.


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May I introduce you to the single most expensive item in my closet, a.k.a. this Acne Studios shearling dream. Having said that, I do consider it a long-term investment, as I will be wearing it non-stop during winter (it almost makes you look forward to it). Furthermore, I think there are countless way to wear it and that there is no jacket that can slightly compare to it due to its incredible construction and luxe material. I don’t believe in the ‘best next thing’ as for me it is either the best or nothing. Not even slightly less expensive quality designer shearling jackets can come close to how incredible this jacket looks like, so yes, the cost-per-wear factor will pay off in the end.

Wishing you all a great Wednesday. x

P.S.: Looking for more ideas on how to wear a shearling jacket this winter? Check out this post.

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