If you’ve been following me on my instagram, you would’ve more or less get to see the different outfit that i wore for chinese new year, all thanks to my awesome sponsor, Lee Cooper~! In this post, you will get to see a more casual formal oufit that i’ve placed together, which you can wear for work or on a date. I’m sure you would want to look good, presentable on your first date or first day at work right? 🙂
Checked prints seems to stay in trend over the past few years and it’s easy to match with. Either as a top on its own, or as a layering piece. Matched with Lee Cooper signature jean, dark blue in color makes the checked prints stand out better, at the same time still blend in nicely with the denim jeans.
One thing that i have to say about the material of the shirt was that, it’s really comfortable and not too thick. Very wearable in a hot and humid weather like Singapore. 🙂 Loved the details on the stiches used for the buttons. Did you notice that it’s red? very contrasting on the black buttons.
Crafted accents such as irregularly stitched buttonholes and hand-sewn bartacks emphasise the artisan inspired undercurrent of the spring/summer range. Every stitch, rivet and wash is perfected by Lee Cooper’s forward-thinking designers, amplifying Lee Cooper’s on-going support of Makers.
Love the coordination? Head down to any Lee Cooper stores today and have fun matching the perfect outfit for yourself!
Read about my shopping experience at Lee Cooper here.
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About Lee Cooper
“Founded by Morris Cooper in 1908, in Stratford, East London. Lee Cooper is the first jeans company in Europe. From ‘workwear’ and ‘military wear’ to ‘must wear’ the brand continues to develop an international following, continually innovating fashion product design and pioneering in music, from its UK headquarters. Lee Cooper has had a passion for denim design ever since the beginning. Lee Cooper are always on top of trends and technology, but know that genuinely authentic denim doesn’t need to be over designed, over washed and over priced.”‘