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Yo peeps! Spring is finally coming!!! I know, I know, it doesn’t quite feel like it here in the UK but it surely is coming. Time to put the coats and scarfs away and slowly get ready for spring/summer! I literally cannot wait to just stroll around London in a funky shirt and chinos, summer needs to hurry up famalam!!! But before summer, it looks like we’re going to go through the phase of “jacket season” which is quite exciting, to say the least.

I always make sure that every year when the temperature starts rising again, I get a really good designer bomber to keep me comfy for the transitioning weather. I like to make quality and style a priority when investing, so your boy took off to Selfridges to see what bombers they had in store. As soon as I walked past the All-Saints department this field jacket caught my eye. I knew I had to try it on. To be honest, I walked in knowing I wanted to get myself a puffy Alpha industries bomber, but I thought meh, why not try something different? I think the main thing that drew me to the jacket was how versatile it was. It can literally make a basic outfit come alive (Like I’ve tried to do here, plain black t-shirt and black jeans), but you can also style it with a nice shirt, tailored trousers, and Chelsea boots or brogues!!

Literally one of the most stylish and classiest jackets I’ve owned in a lonnnnng time! I knew any jacket from All-Saints would follow through! Although I’ve never really brought a jacket from the brand before, they’ve been on my radar for a while. Especially for a statement piece. Its also soooooo rare to find something that can look stylish, classy but is also really functional all at the same time. It has loads of pockets built into it too so I can carry all the daily stuff I need with me.

I’d definitely recommend stepping into Selfridges and having a look at all their new collection. The best thing is all the street style and high-end brands are right next to each other. So its really easy to compare which one to go for rather than going to a billion stores. Also, one thing I’d recommend is, don’t be afraid to step outside your comfort zone and try something different or crazy! Its all about getting that one piece which makes a statement.

It’s about making a statement with Selfridges after all…