Animal motifs aren't normally my thing - nor is green, come to think of it. In which case, shouldn't I hate this jumper?
However, in typical fashion, I'm going to confuse everyone by declaring that this jumper is somehow exempt from my hatred of green and animal motifs on clothing. Not surprisingly, I'm discovering that deep, forest-greens are actually rather flattering on me. I say 'not surprisingly' as my brown hair and pale skin makes for a rather obvious match with green - yet it's something I've neglected to realise largely up until this point. Colour preferences aside, this jumper has been worn non-stop for the last week, as it's perfect for cold days at uni when I can barely manage to get out of my warm bed, let alone dress myself creatively. Thankfully, the cat-shaped elbow patches, and this jumper's ability to fold itself so perfectly when tucked into the front of jeans, means it's hopefully a little more exciting than your average oversized jumper. It also combines perfectly with these Shakuhachi leather shorts I picked up at their Sydney warehouse sale last year for $40 ($40!!!!). To this day I'm still kicking myself that I didn't also purchase the matching leather jacket, which was a similarly ludicrously low price. Just think of all the perfect matching two-piece outfits I could have created with it!
Wearing: Tsumori Chisato jumper (similar), Shakuhachi shorts, Gorman loafers.