Sunday, 4 September 2011

Carving A Mark In Your Wooden Heart

Chinos were the addictive bite of spring and summer, where Oxford Street would be a spicy sea of mustard pin legs. And while it was the perfect condoment to the relaxed sharp status, I'm already attracted to different ways of carving something swarv to my heart. And these high waisted cargo style chinos from http://www.loveclothing.com/ certainly knuckles something unusual. They can chav-crinkle and crop out of trainers, enjoy a titanic clash with moody draped tops like my Crystal Castles inspired downward vibe below, or alternatively you can embrace the high waist by tucking and bulleting a sheer shirt in. That sounds very Simon Cowell of me I know. I've also included some editorials that showcase chinos in their own unique and relaxed manners. New York Assembly offer a stripped back grunge flow on an ice white runway, and Burkman Bros captivate the art of adventure and discovery with trousers that evolve and come to life in a cultured travelling scenery.














10 comments:

  1. I love the first look of the guy in the long hair going down the runway. The cut of that shirt is awesome.

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  2. your lokk is so so so so..........GREAT!!!

    you impress me a lot!!

    kissses
    fran

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  3. I love the top :) it's awesome

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  4. I love how you always adopt a trend on you, gorgeous!

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  6. I am so into chinos at the moment, and looking for ways I can adapt them here for our sub zero temps! Some great ideas here!

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  7. great outfit! like the first catwalk-look too! x

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