Thursday, 15 January 2015

Bring On Spring

Can't believe I have gone the majority of winter and not blogged this. It's appeared on my Youtube channel but not once on here. Literally the most surprising thing considering how much I wear it. The thing I love most however is the fact it looks so expensive. I have had many compliments from people asking in the street and they are all shocked when I say its from the high street, which is always nice. How up market of me! Love finding purchases like that.

On the other hand their have been a few comedians who think they are hilarious pointing out the fact it also looks slightly like a dressing gown. They also think that they are the first human to point this out to me. I just remind myself that they probably don't understand fashion (Although the white colouring doesn't help the matter).

I personally love the fact it can tie really helps to keep the warmth in when needed. For the bitter cold winter this was a treat and will continue to work its wonders up until spring. Which by the way I'm so ready for.


 What I Wore:
Coat | H&M
Vest | New Look
Jeans | H&M
Boots | Zara
Bag | Kate Spade
As you can see the struggle is real dealing with windy conditions there was a lot of hair in mouth/stuck to lip gloss situations but I got through it and I'm okay. 

I'm getting back in to my pastel life with this vest and I'm ready for spring. I mean I love winter and all but sometimes my pastel wardrobe doesn't really fit in with that, you know? Sun needs to help a girl out.
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  1. Girl, this is one seriously gorgeous coat!! I'm in love!

    http://coffeeandlux.com

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    1. Isn't It? The people that call it a dressing gown are just jealous, hehe x

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  2. Love this outfit, THOSE BOOTS *insert heart eye emoji*

    Gorgeous!

    Clothing Conscious // Fashion & Lifestyle Blog

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    1. Thank you, one of my favourite pairs for sure!x

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