I don't think I'd ever abandon neon or metallic. The creation of neon itself is designed to stand out and provoke. What better way to grab attention than to just douse yourself in fluorescent hues or anything that's can reflect sunlight? This sort of thinking nudged me to mentally sift through my closet, yanking anything out that are neon or metallic to concoct this ensemble. Starting off with an almost-baggy neon jumper, I then promptly threw on a knitted metallic scarf that resembles enlarged chain-mail (ya' know, for provoking sake), added some bright sunnies and matching slippers, and of course the obligatory wrist jingles and BAM you're ready to head down to Waitrose to pick up some din-din. Ok, I'd admit to the average man, this may seem just a tad overdressed for groceries, but au contraire, the wide-legged bottoms exhibited here conveys just the right amount of slouchy demeanor allowing me to barely pass as looking *gasp* casual.
jumper SANDRO, scarf H&M, sunglasses MATTHEW WILLIAMSON X LINDA FARROW, trousers COMME DES GARÇON, clutch 202 FACTORY, slippers NICHOLAS KIRKWOOD, iphone case TED BAKER (thank you Ted Baker), bracelets ZARA & ASOS & LN-CC, ring YVES SAINT LAURENT