Super Tee…

I’ve finally gotten around to wearing my Super Superficial T-shirt, which I got for my Birthday back in February. I do wear this t-shirt a lot but just never seam to wear it on photo days, not to sure why. I was drawn to this print, I think mainly because of the stag and I was well into my stag / animal themed stage and still am. I love a good animal print! It so happened that both Dave and I wore our Super Superficial t-shirts today. I kind of like that 🙂  If your looking for a quirky tee defiantly check them out. Dave’s got his on a t-shirt subscription which is pretty cool!

What I’m wearing –

Coat & Cardigan – Vintage

T-shirt – Super Superficial

Skirt – Topshop

Belt – H&M

Shoes – OfficeI love this photograph of my shoes, the colours are the best. I’m also wearing my new jacket I got from a vintage / second hand market. I really love it and the fact it has a hood for this crazy wet then dry weather we’ve been having here in London and I’m guessing the rest of the UK. You will be seeing it a lot more in the future.

Photos – Dave Cox

Published by vintagereflection

Fashion & lifestyle blogger

10 thoughts on “Super Tee…

  1. i enjoyed so much this outfit of yours today!first of all for the amazing skirt!second, because i finally saw an outfit with tights! really how weird is this weather? cold and rainy and then suddenly the sun is up!


  2. That is such acute tee! Im looking for the perfect soft tee at the moment – my main criteria is something not see through which seems impossible on the highstreet so I will have to check them out!


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