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Fashion for me is all about comfort and not sticking within the marked boundaries. It’s about expressing who you are without having to speak and celebrating your versatility with your sartorial choices. Speaking of versatility, I recently visited the Lee Cooper store and found myself drawn to a number of pieces that scored high both on the style and versatility factor.

For this blog post, I decided to go the industrial rugged look with this uber rad patchwork pair of Lee Cooper denims. I paired the denims with a fell fitting black tee (a must-have in every wardrobe!) and decided to complete the look with this oversized shirt from the men’s section (remember what I said about not sticking within marked boundaries?). Since the rising temperatures have me detesting leaving my hair open, I tied it all back in a pony and added my chunky pair of heels for that edgy yet feminine flair. In all it made for a rather fuss free and casual yet impactful look that’s perfect for the season.

If you find yourself lusting over these pieces, the new collection at Lee Cooper is complete with options that will allow you to experiment with the pretty and edgy. Besides the pieces I picked up, my favorites at the store were the peasant tops with tucks and tie-ups and shirts with interesting details on the yoke. As far as the denims are concerned, most of the denims are wash-based styles with experimentation like acid wash, ball wash and towel wash. Quite a treat for all you denim lovers! As for me, I cannot wait to style my pair in a completely different way soon.

Also, keep watching the space at POPxo.com to see how different bloggers styled their Lee Cooper favorites!

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Denims, Top and Shirt – Lee Cooper

Bag – StalkBuyLove

Sunglasses – PropShop24

Photography – Anish Nair

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