A Superdry Hooded Puffer Jacket Outfit
Hey everyone! I am super excited to share this blog post with you as I got to collaborate with the amazing, well known brand, Superdry, for this look and I love how everything turned out as I got to use one of the prettiest locations in Bath.
Superdry used Instagram data to compile the most photographed streets by looking at streets with the most hashtags from all over social media. From the graffitied backstreets of Brick Lane to the quaint and quirky lanes of Princes Street, these places are what travel dreams – and social media feeds – are made of.
When I saw that The Circus in Bath was number 15 on the extended list, I knew it was the perfect place to shoot my photos wearing none other than a perfect Superdry Jacket! The Circus genuinely is one of the most gorgeous locations around here!
It’s a must see if you visit, but if you’re not familiar with it, The Circus is a historic ring of large townhouses in the city of Bath, Somerset, England, forming a circle with three entrances. It was designed by architect John Wood, the Elder, and it was built between 1754 and 1769.
It’s regarded as a pre-eminent example of Georgian architecture and it’s jaw dropping when you see it for the first time in real life, and it does make the perfect backdrop as you have Georgian houses all around, and a little park with trees in the middle. It’s cute and cool!
As you can see from my photos, I chose one of the nicest women’s Superdry jackets – it’s their Hooded Classic Puffer Jacket in Woodsmoke. I’m always a huge fan of neutrals in the form of beige, browns, dusky roses, creams etc. and the Woodsmoke is the prettiest shade of light brown. It really complements my skin tone and I love it. It does run a little small so I sized up to a UK 10 in it, and it’s perfect, so it’s a good job I listened to the reviews and that’s why I personally love writing reviews for you!
Since shooting these photos, I have worn this puffer jacket about 20 times already as it’s so warm and cosy! The hood is detachable, and it’s made with the brand’s classic quilted design. It’s one of Superdry’s icons. I think I might need it in numerous other colours too… I’m just thinking out loud, ha ha. I know I have a lot of male readers here, so if one of you guy’s love it, they do make matching men’s jackets too!
I paired my Superdry jacket in Woodsmoke with a similar colour pair of Lovall Leggings and a brown cropped tank top, mixing up the neutral brown shades and playing them off of each other. I was originally thinking about styling the jacket with a pair of black jeans (which would be great too), but I realised that I wear black denim a lot and wanted to switch it up.
I then finished this outfit off with some Balenciaga Black Runners to play off the black lining of the jacket, and a simple gold necklace. I love how it turned out! It’s kind of sporty, but casual and fashionable enough to be worn as a daytime look with ease, and I love that. Plus, the brown shades complement the Georgian buildings behind me, which is super cool for the Get The Shot campaign.
Have any of you visited The Circus in Bath? It’s not too far away from The Royal Crescent, if you’ve been there. Anyway, please let me know what you think of this outfit with my new favourite Superdry jacket in the comments below! I hope you love it.