AndyTorresSandroBomberJacketAndyTorresSandroBomberJacket4 AndyTorresSandroBomberJacket6 AndyTorresSandroBomberJacket7 AndyTorresSandroBomberJacket2 AndyTorresSandroBomberJacket3I’M WEARING  >>  Velvet Bomber Jacket: Sandro  |  Jeans:  ASOS  |  Bag: Neri Karra  |  Top: H&M Trend  |  Sunglasses: Celine

While I was in Paree, I stopped by Sandro on my way to meeting up with a friend and I spotted this velvet bomber jacket hanging by itself in the corner. The girl from the store told me it was a limited edition jacket and that they had only made a few, that it was so coveted, they brought a few of them an hour ago and there was only one left so my common sense or more like “FOMO” (fear of missing out) made me buy it in the spot. I don’t regret it though but often wonder how many times I am actually going to get to wear it.



95 thoughts on “VELVET REVOLVER

  1. Hey,

    love the look !
    when you’ll be sure you wont wear the velvet bomber again, i can buy it to you ;)


  2. Great laid back combination but I miss the brands of your shoes in last two posts. I mean the beautiful lace pumps and the pair in this post.

  3. Well I hope you get out of it more wears that you believe you will. It looks cozy enough, so try to surprise us with another great layer-mixing ;)

  4. I’m a lot like you too, I’m a sucker for “last piece in store”! The jacket looks pretty unique but I get why you’re wondering how many times you’ll be able to wear it because velvet is such a hard material to mix and match.
    But Andy, if anyone can do it, YOU CAN.

  5. I think you made the right decision, the jacket is beautiful. I love bomber jackets and I love jackets, so it is perfect and the color really suits you.

    best wishes

    You can win an asos voucher on my blog at this time, maybe you want top stop by :)

  6. Love this outfit! What a great way to style a velvet bomber! The jacket is a hard piece to style but you have nailed it.


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