|Coat: £325, Gant. Shirt: £80, Gant. Trousers: £79, Cos. Bag: Debenhams(sold out). Trainers: £50, Superga at Very Exclusive. Sunglasses: from £20, Toyshades. Photos: Christopher O'Donnell|
So when Gant asked me to work with them on their 'Diamond G' white shirt campaign, I was totally sold. I'm a preppy white shirt girl through and through - it's a total transformer, wear with a classic suit for work, layer under cashmere for the weekend and then pair with a sequin skirt for the evening.
Gant's 'they changed the world, not the shirt' campaign has been really striking - celebrating truly amazing people across their fields. I'm definitely not changing the world with what I do, but can sure appreciate a good shirt.
It may not be the cheapest Oxford shirt, but the quality is there - you can see it in the way the collar sits - the perfect weight and style. And this coat (which is fully lined) will be an item that will stay in my wardrobe for years to come. In fact, I've vowed to go on a spending ban for the month of November to counteract my ever expanding wardrobe and save some money - and I'm sure this coat will be one of those pieces that makes everything look a bit more 'pulled 'together.
|Coat: £325, Gant. Shirt: £80, Gant. Trousers: £79, Cos. Bag: Debenhams(sold out). Trainers: £50, Superga at Very Exclusive. Sunglasses: from £20, Toyshades.|