A shirt made out of Wood! 

So finally, after my first ever shoot with my brother, here he is reprising his role as my main photographer. So thank you Rohit for going behind the lens.

I just wanted to shoot this simple, everyday outfit. I also never wear colour so this shirt from Next is kind of a big deal. Not only that but the material of this shirt is made out of wood cellulose fibre called Tencel (click me!), making it breathable and gentle on the skin. It’s super soft and can be dressed up or down.

The older I get the more I appreciate the quality of the fabric rather than just the style. And especially staple wardrobe items need to be durable and have the ability to last through seasons.



I paired it with a light pair of Jamie jeans from Topshop, my brother’s brown belt, ankle boots from H&M and aviator jacket from Warehouse. Shades are from eBay!

I can’t believe it’s November! All I want to do these days is just live in my fluffy dressing gown and slippers and binge on Netflix.  (I have just finished Stranger Things 2 & Mindhunter) It is too cold to go outside, it’s officially hibernation season for Rossini!

This lovely little clutch is handwoven and all the way from Nepal, courtesy of my mum.

Also I’m wearing a mood ring! Spotted it whilst I was shopping for crystals and I just had to have it, reminded me of when I was little, I can still rock it right? It was only £3.99!

I hope you enjoyed this little style post!

Also before I go, I officially have two Youtube Videos coming up so stay tuned for that!

Outfit Details|

Jacket| Warehouse
Jeans| Topshop Jamie
Shirt| Next
Clutch| Mum’s
Sunglasses| Ebay

Stay Chic!

Rossini x

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