It couldn’t have been better timing for Lighthouse Clothing to send me some of their outerwear to style. Storm Ciara is making Manchester drastically wetter and windier than usual (who knew) so I’m swapping fluffy coats for waterproofs to keep me dry.
Lighthouse Clothing create style led clothing for daily life and everyday adventures, whatever the weather. I’m really not a super outdoors-y kinda girl, but there have been a few times where I’ve been rummaging amongst my many jackets for something that is a little more adventure appropriate. You guys know I’m a sucker for style, and I love coats and jackets, but I was certainly due something more functional.
Lighthouse Clothing have some really lovely jackets and coats, amongst other items of clothing. If you are someone who loves the outdoors, Lighthouse has some lovely pieces that are great quality. If you like a Sunday stroll or even a hike, camping holidays, dog walking, or heading into the countryside then Lighthouse is definitely somewhere I would suggest browsing for fashion. They also do guys and kids clothing too so you can kit out the whole family!
I may not be able to relate to you adventure-seekers and outdoor lovers, but I totally understand the need for great outerwear! I picked a couple of coats from Lighthouse so I will share the second one in my next post, but first I wanted to share this short bowline jacket. As well as being super functional, I think this jacket looks super cute and quite preppy. I love the slate grey shade and the detail on the rolled cuff. It was giving me cute sailor vibes so I had to have it!
I also wanted to share the actual details for those who are interested in the coats performance:
- Waterproof (3000mm)
- Fully welded seams
- 100% Polyester soft rubberised outer fabric
- Soft touch, striped oxford internal binding
- Cotton lined, adjustable integral hood
- Two-way front zip with faux leather puller
- Two front flap pockets
- Hip length jacket
- Machine washable
The Denim Shirt
I also picked up a soft denim shirt as a layering piece. I do love a good shirt and i find with staples like this you can wear them multiple ways. Here I’ve styled under an oversized sweater with a pop of blue showing from the collar. I also love the double-denim look so I’ll pair with some jeans or shorts when it gets warmer, or wear open as a shacket over a crop top or vest.
You can visit the Lighthouse Clothing website here, and stay tuned for my next post with another piece from them; this time something cosy!
*These items were gifted. As ever, all opinions are my own.