OOTD: Oversized Jumper Look

Hey peeps. I have another outfit post for your viewing and commenting pleasure. This is my 3rd outfit post of the year, and I am very happy with my progress so far, as far as outfit posts are concerned. I am slaying, if I may say so myself.

You will easily catch me rocking an oversized jumper these days. I love the oversized jumper look. It is just super comfy for these extra chilly days. I also find them very easy to style with good old leggings. It is a look anybody can get right. It is so easy, I don’t have to over think or second guess the styling. An oversized jumper look is great for those days when I want to look casual but chic, and it works every time.

 

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I had the golden opportunity to pick out some pieces by Apricot, and I was super thrilled. It was my first time shopping the brand and I was well impressed with website; so easy to navigate. My order went smoothly and I got my pieces in about 3 days, which is fantastic with the crazy January sales going on. I wasn’t expecting to my delivery to come so quickly.

 

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Speaking of January sales, have you spotted any crazy bargains? I have seen a few online and in stores, and I did get a few things. I suggest you get in their as soon as possible and grab what you need while they are on sale. All the pieces I got from Apricot were half price. I am wearing 2 of them here, and will be featuring the other 2 pieces in a different outfit post.

 

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What do you think of this look? Are you a fan of the oversized jumper?

 

WHAT I WORE

Burgundy colourful speck oversized jumper – c/o Apricot

Burgundy bag – Guess

Tan boots – Uggs Boots

Tan and cream short suedette faux fur cardigan – c/o Apricot

Black leggings – Pertz Leggings

Watch – Dolce and Gabbana

Earrings – Alexis London

 

 

OOTD: A Digital Nomad

Long time no outfit post right? Yes I know. I kind of lost my outfit post mojo some weeks ago but I think I have found it now. I have been so busy in the last couple of weeks, so outfit posts have been the last thing on my mind (sorry fashionistas) but I found style inspiration from somewhere a few days ago and shot some outfit photos. So brace yourselves, I think I am back in the game!

 

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This outfit post is centred around this stunning brown KNOMO bag. I came across this Audley Slim Leather Bag by Knomo some days ago and I was blown away by the amount of space in it and how light weight it was (0.88kg). Most similar bags with a lot of compartments tend to weigh a lot more than this so it was love at first sight as soon as I carried it.

In this bag, I can conveniently carry my laptop, iPad, Kindle, phones, notepad, pens, wallet and other bits easily. It has so much space but in a slim compact design which is brilliant. I can see myself using this chic bag a lot. It oozes sophistication and understated style. It is so stylish and smart – the bag of the future. And great for a digital nomad like me. I can take all I need for work away with me in just this bag.

 

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KNOMO bags are all about an organised life (#LIFEORGANISED) with a good-looking and functional bag. The whole idea behind the life organised message is about making everyday easier for digital nomads by eliminating clutter, and organising your belongings as efficiently as possible in a KNOMO bag. From luggage to organisers, backpacks to clutches, there is a KNOMO product for everyone – men and women available.

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The coat I have on is an Oldie but a true Goldie. I have had it for a few years now and it still looks as good as new. That is why I rather cough out good money and buy quality than spend a few quid on a piece that wouldn’t even last a season. I can still see myself wearing this stunning winter coat many winters to come. Except I give it out of course.

I got the other items I have on about a year ago and they are all still going strong.

 

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What do you think of this look?

 

WHAT I WORE

Coat – Rocha by John Rocha (Via Debenhams)

Leggings – Pertz Leggings

Sneakers – Michael Kors

Socks – New Look

Bag – c/o KNOMO

Sunnies – Lacoste

Watch – Fossil

Snood – George Asda

 

 

 

 

 

OOTD: Autumn in Cheshire

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Burgundy is one of my favourite colours and I know that is the same for many. Rocking a burgundy piece in autumn/winter is one of the coolest style things to do. There is something about wearing a burgundy piece that just ticks all the boxes for me. This sweater is no different. I knew I had to have it as soon as I laid eyes on it. I found the gold stud holes details so unique and stylish. It is also dead comfy for a chilly day. I can picture myself wearing the life out of this beautiful piece in the upcoming months.

Some people wonder why ‘fashionistas’ avoid wearing very bright colours during autumn/winter, and instead for ‘dull’ colours. I really can’t say why this happens. I guess people dress based on what they see in vogue in the stores, so fashion designers may be the best people to ask. I sometimes bright colours in autumn/winter, but I tend to go for monochrome, burgundy, khaki and similar colours during this season instead because it works for me.

The weather is getting really cold here in Cheshire, so I am keeping warm with layers. Everything I have on here has appeared on the blog before except the burgundy sweater. I got that some weeks ago at Cheshire Oaks Outlet, and as you can see it is a great complementary piece, that would fit nicely into any wardrobe.

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What do you think of this look? How are you keeping warm this season? Do drop me a comment in the comment section below, let’s chat. I read and respond to all comments.

 

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WHAT I WORE

Burgundy Sweater – Guess

Black Leggings – Pertz Leggings

Blue Boots – Lunar Shoes

Black Sunnies – Marc Jacobs

Black Bag – Michael Kors

Monochrome Scarf – Henry Holland

 

Thanks for reading and have a lovely day.