Fall/ winter lookbook (#4): Aztec print

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Sweaters are all the rage this season. So are prints. Aztec or tribal print has not yet gone out of style and it is one of my favorite prints out there. I own several Aztec print items. Among them is this baggy oversized navy & mustard men’s sweater from Primark which I bought in London earlier this year.

What I’m wearing:

– Navy & Mustard aztec print sweater (Primark, men’s section)

– dark blue denim short (H&M)

– opaque black tights (HEMA)

– tan fur lined biker boots (Sacha)

Excuse the change in lighting, but my camera suddenly started picking up the light differently while taking these pictures. Gotta love Dutch weather! I paired the sweater with a pair of shorts because it is just not long enough to cover my bum.

Close up of print

Tan biker boots (Sacha)

I think these shoes go with it quite nicely. They give a bit of edge and I love how they have the scuffed looking noses. I bought these last year, so I doubt you can still find them anywhere.

Between the busy print and bagginess of the sweater I decided against going with any other accessories. A ring or two could have worked but I wanted to keep things simple.

Despite the sweater being super baggy and oversized, it’s a men’s size XL afterall, I don’t think it looks too frumpy on me. It looks rather cosy to me. It doesn’t drown my frame as much as it could and with the sleeves rolled up it definitely looks a tad better.

Do you own any aztec print items? Any thoughts on the outfit?

4 responses to “Fall/ winter lookbook (#4): Aztec print”

  1. Anne Solveig Avatar

    Leuke outfit!

    1. indiequeen84 Avatar


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