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Baker Boy hat - Marks and Spencer
Green Knit - Primark
Black Cord skirt - Marks and Spencer
Striped top - Marks and Spencer
Black boots - Office
Purple boots - Zara
Coat - vintage New Look



My Top Picks - Zara Faux Fur!

Zara are doing some amazing statement faux fur coats at the moment! Choosing which one to get is next to impossible!! These two are my top picks! I love the chevron, 1970s style of this one, with the block colour detail! looks great over a navy roll neck (So Starsky and Hutch!) But I also love the blue tonal, fluffy textured one, which can be used as a dressy evening coat too. They are both gorgeous, so cosy chic! The length of them is extremely flattering too as they sit just below the waist and don't swamp you. When you put them on you immediately feel good! 
Which one do you like best??

Both faux fur coats - Zara
Jeans - Levis
Purple boots - Zara



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Shirt - Charity Shop similar here
Zara have some great statement striped shirts at the moment in all different colours so I have chosen an alternative from there. The only green one is a long shirt but its pretty cool and I now want one!
Jeans - Topshop similar here
Hoop earings - Accessorize



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Blazer - Zara Similar here
Black Vest - H&M Similar here
Jeans - Topshop Similar here
Shoes - Zara Similar here
Bag - Coach Similar here
Watch - Michael Kors Similar here



Cold Shoulder

So Cold Shoulder tops are in all the stores right now and there are so many to choose from. Other names for shoulder less tops are Bardot and Off the Shoulder.
So how do you choose?
I'm all for a full Bardot top but love a Cold Shoulder because of the pretty strap details. I'm especially loving the shirt styles too; they are a more feminine take on the classic cotton shirt but with girly frills. 
This is my fave in store now from Mango. It is so versatile and I love styling it with blue denim flares (These are from Topshop) and platform sandals for a 70s vibe. I have always loved teaming tan accessories with blue denim so my vintage Stuart Weitzman bag and Topshop platforms do the job.
The shirt would look really cute with a denim mini too. Great for the festival season!
You may also want to invest in a good strapless bra for these kind of tops. Victoria Secret do a great range and go for one which is a skin tone.

Here are my top 5cold shoulder shirt tops in the stores now:

Urban Outfitters
River Island



Twice as nice

If you follow me on instagram you may have noticed I wear a lot of denim.....perhaps a denim addict you might say. Denim is so versatile and can be styled in so, so many ways. I especially love the double denim look and layering it.
Double denim isn't a look to be shyed away from anymore. No more visions of Shakin' Stevens strutting his stonewashed denim on Top of the Pops (now I'm showing my age!). Head to toe denim is on trend and isn't going anywhere soon.
I love to layer my denim for a more modern look and when its freezing cold outside a little denim jacket just doesn't cut the mustard. Peeping through a tailored coat you can get the layered look you're after. Try using a different textured and patterned coat to contrast the two fabrics. I also like to use a different colour or tone of denim on the top than from the bottom. My embroidered blue jeans here are more brighter than my denim jacket so it doesn't look like I'm wearing all one colour.
Last but not least this look needed an accessory to lift it and what better than a bag the hottest colour of the season, a splash of a fuschia pink!

How do you style your denim? I would love to hear from you!

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Blue shirt - Gap similar here
Denim jacket - Guess similar here
Coat - Zara similar here
Jeans - Primark similar here
Boots - Marks and Spencer similar here
Bag - Charity shop similar here



Summer tops and polo necks

As you know I cant get enough of layering at the moment. I guess its part and parcel in the winter time but it's so much fun to experiment putting different colours, patterns and textures together. What I really love at the moment is getting away with wearing pretty summer tops and dresses over warmer clothes such as polo necks and crew necks. Most of us are dying to get back into our summer dresses so why not dig them back out from under the bed and team them with a polo neck and woolly tights!
For extra layering on very cold days wear thermals and you don't have to feel like your grandma wearing them either. I love the Uniqlo heattech turtleneck as seen in Vogue. They are so soft and so, so warm!

 How do you layer in the Winter time? I would love to hear from you!

Polo Neck - H&M similar here
Blouse - New Look similar here
Thermal Heattech top - Iniqlo similar here
Jeans - Topshop similar here
Coat - Karen Millen similar here
Boots - Marks & Spencer similar here
Hat and Gloves - Marks & Spencer similar here and here



Fishnets and Velvet

 I love experimenting with layers in the winter time. When it is as cold as it is at the moment we tend to get all rugged up in our warmest clothes and have a really casual style. This can look cool too but sometimes you feel like adding a little Luxe into the equation but with the bonus of staying warm as well. Evening accessories don't have to just be for a night out, mix them with your day wear. I love rich textures like velvet and by adding this little vintage evening bag changes the look. Also instead of wearing your woolly tights (all be it not so warm) go for a pair of fishnets! They can really glam up a casual style and are great under ripped jeans. I just love them worn with trainers and the contrast of two styles together.
Do you mix your evening accessories with your casual look?
Let me know what you think?

Jeans - Topshop similar here
Jacket - Burton similar here
Jumper - Marks and Spencer similar here
Tights - Marks and Spencer similar here
Bag - Vintage similar here
Trainers -  Adidas buy here



Embroidered Jeans

I thought I was late jumping on the embroidery bandwagon, but there is no escaping it at the moment and it isn't fading out anytime soon. It's on nearly every item of clothing right now so I thought I would give it a go. I love embroidery on summer dresses and have a playsuit, but wasnt sure what I thought of it on other items of clothing at first. Now I am sold!
These are by far the best embroidered jeans i have seen. I have searched high and low and some are just way too busy for me. These jumped out for their simplicity, just giving that splash of colour and feminine design.

Where are they from you ask! 

None other than Primark!

I dont know why but I had never thought of buying jeans at Primark, I have always been a loyal fan of the Jamie jeans at Topshop which you see me in all the time.
These are a mid rise skinny jean which fit so nicely. You would think the material itself would be quite thin but it is a good thickness and really comfy. I love the subtle stonewash effect too.
They look great dressed down with a cosy winter knit, this one I actually got with the jeans, I  love olive green at the moment and the colour sits really nicely next to the blue. I havent taken the jeans off since I bought them and I think you may see a lot of them in the future on instagram.

Let me know what you think? Have you got any embroidered clothes in your wardrobe?

Jeans - Primark
Jumper - Primark similar here
Sheerling Jacket - New Look (Bought in Charity Shop) similar here
Boots - Marks and Spencer similar here
Bag - Mulberry similar here