Burgundy, gingham and plaid


 

So today was our second official Fancy Friday, where we ask all of our Instagram followers to dress up and tag us. We choose a mail and female winner and voila. It’s kinda cool knowing that different people all around the world are giving casual friday the finger. Take a look at the gallery below to see the winners and the entrants.

So I decided to do a little pattern mixing with the plaid and gingham, it usually works as long as you’re mixing different patterns and not the same ones, but even that works sometimes, not often, but sometimes.

The details of the outfit are:

Blazer & Brogues by Zara

Shirt from Ben Sherman

Tie from Mr Price

Pants from H&M

Belt by Paul Smith

The winners of the #FancyFriday challenge were @Karlareed for the ladies and @skinofsociety for the gents. We loved Karla Reeds retro inspired outfit and that hair bun, well, it sealed the deal. The moment this pic from Nicholas Gore came through we knew it was gonna be a winner. The camo pants were a risky move but the contrast came together amazingly, it brings just the right amount of fancy to street fashion. All the little details like the flower and paperclip tie clip finished it off perfectly.

Here are the rest of the entrants, some really nice stuff coming through and it becomes difficult to pick a winner. If you wanna enter next week simply dress up, tag your shot with #FancyFriday and make sure to @whatmyboyfriendwore (just so we know you’re taking part, unfortunately we don’t own the fancy friday hash tag). Win or not, we’ll feature you here next week. Good luck.

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