Winter layers

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Layer, layer, winter slayer.

So here I am, layering it up. And I have to tell ya, I quite like it! It probably helps that these pieces from New Look, Zara and JD Sports are absolute mustard but I think my imagination on this one gave it an extra push too.

I have never done the sleeveless thing that much before(once at LFW here, and maybe when I wasn’t dressing myself) but I actually quite like this one from New Look. The shape you are and the shape you wear does make a huge difference though so it’s good to know both before wearing a sleeveless jacket. As I’m curvy, a straight, drop fit looks better for a girl like me but if you want a shorter cropped style then the slimmer you are the better it will look.

It does help what you wear underneath also and this oversized dress from Zara looks pretty good with this jacket and I love the contrast of purple against the grey.  It’s comfortable too which makes this dress a great piece to wear for day to night or lounging around at home on a Sunday.

To really have fun with this look, I knew these trainers from JD Sports and this bag from New Look would look great. I love how this bag looks with it’s vintage injection and these trainers are just perfection with print on the toes look awesome!

Sleeveless jacket – New Look

Dress – Zara

Necklace – Kaleidoscope

Tights – Topshop

Trainers – Pharrell Williams x Adidas at JD Sports

Bag – New Look

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