Wannawear | High Street Favorite: Meet Spring’s ‘It’ Jacket

21. March 2018
  stories safari jacket

Featured: & Other Stories Safari Jacket (not yet available, but find similar here), & Other Stories Suede Mules, Lanvin Camisole (amazing similar option here and budget option here), Étoile Isabel Marant Trousers (on sale, but similar budget option here) , Beaufille Earrings, (found a great alternative from Mango) Toteme Scarf, Vintage Cartier Sunglasses (similar), Tom Ford Santal Blush Eau de Parfum, Kate Spade Watch, and a Loewe Woven Bag (similar here)

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Meet what I predict will be spring’s most coveted high street piece and yet another item at the very top of my current wishlist: this & Other Stories safari jacket. The reason? It’s pretty much self-explanatory. Just look at the perfectly flattering tailored silhouette, that belt, and last, but not least —the ideal beige shade.

I would wear it with different shades of beige and brown or with checked trousers as featured above. As a finishing touch, I would wear it with gold and warm-toned accessories preferrably in cognac. Did I mention how much I am loving those mules and that Toteme scarf?

How about you? Are you loving this & Other Stories safari jacket as much as I do? How would you wear it?

Wishing you all a happy hump day. x

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One response to “Wannawear | High Street Favorite: Meet Spring’s ‘It’ Jacket”

  1. Rena says:

    Love the pieces, especially the bag!
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

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