#18. P&Co + Flannel OOTD

I know this is a little late, or a lot late, but it got too dark to take photos yesterday evening so I had to wait until today – apologies. The silver lining is that you get to see two outfit posts in two days, as one will be going up tomorrow too – yay for you, I know.

For today’s post, I’ve taken another great t-shirt from my P&Co collection, and paired it with a classic red flannel shirt and blue skinny jeans. Yes, that wasn’t a typo, I said blue – I own jeans that aren’t black.

With the evenings now getting darker sooner, I’m getting a little bit excited for Autumn. As I’ve mentioned before, the blistering heat really isn’t for me, (and by blistering I mean 19 degrees and above), so this transition couldn’t come any sooner. Today’s look is ideal for this transition period, and is the sort of thing I wear more readily as October approaches; the viscose and silk AllSaints shirts make way for thicker, warmer flannels – and this one happens to be the first flannel shirt I ever bought. It’s a deep red piece by Benetton, and I picked it up for about £15 a couple of years ago, and still make so much use of it. The red is definitely the kind of colour that sits well in an autumnal palette,  and whilst I don’t own much colour at all, the more muted earthy shades I’ll always have some room for. It’s not the only deviation from my otherwise monochrome wardrobe in this look either; from the depths of my cupboard I pulled out a pair of indigo skinnies. These are the only blue pair I own, but I thought the indigo, white and red combination worked really well. My favourite piece in this look, however, is of course the t-shirt by P&Co; this Americana=inspired motorcycle tee sits perfectly under the flannel, showcasing the classic branding and signature hand-drawn design. I finished up the outfit by coupling it with some black military boots and my Icon Brand bracelet – no rings today, for once.

  • Shirt – Benetton
  • T-Shirt – P&Co
  • Jeans – ASOS
  • Boots – ASOS
  • Bracelet – Icon Brand

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