RAEY styled by Gallucks

Raey styled by Gallucks

(this post is in collaboration with MatchesFashion)

Photography by Tom Buck

First Look

Three Button Wool Coat – (click here)

Ribbed Knit Cotton Blend Sweater – (click here)

Front Pocket Canvas Shorts –  (click here)

Low Ghost Sneakers – Filling Pieces (click here)

Second Look

Suede Bomber Jacket –  (click here)

Ribbed Knit Cotton Blend Sweater –  (click here)

Drawstring Trousers –  (click here)

Low Ghost Sneakers – Filling Pieces (click here)

I’ve been very excited about this post for awhile now – I think this is the most photos I’ve ever included in one blog post. Partly because there are two outfits in this post so make sure you scroll to through to check them both out. The outfits, the location, the shadows were all perfect so a big thank you to Tom for his photography skills and I hope you like the images as much as I do. For this post I worked with MatchesFashion, if  you haven’t heard of MatchesFashion before they’re a luxury shopping destination with a great online store and also they have brick and mortar stores here in central London. For this collaboration I styled two looks from their own in house brand exclusive to Matches – Raey.

Raey focuses on ease, practicality and an undone approach to style. With luxury fabrications and slouchy oversized silhouettes Raey provides the perfect pieces not just for S/S16 but great investments that you can wear for years to come.

For my first look I chose an all khaki ensemble, the drop shoulder overcoat, the oversized knitwear and the khaki shorts. I love how long the sleeves are on the jumper and the overcoat is so soft that I’d be happy to wear it over anything. I wore my filling pieces sneakers with both looks because I feel like they’re clean, neutral and go with everything. When you have the pieces in your hands you can feel the quality, from the cut of the garment to the stitching.

For the second look I styled the same jumper but in black, with the drawstring trousers and the Suede bomber jacket. The Suede bomber was everything and fit so well.  As for the drawstring trousers, I’m not used to wearing pants that resemble tracksuit bottoms mainly because I wear skinny jeans most of the time but these were so comfortable and (I think) look quite flattering.

I want to thank MatchesFashion for giving me the opportunity to work with them and I hope that you like the looks, which do you prefer? scroll to the bottom of this post to leave a comment and let me know.

Thanks for stopping by!

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