Get me to the Church

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With the snow coming down at a rapid rate, wrapping up was on the cards for my little outing to Church yesterday.  As I am a mediterranean creature trapped in the body of an English girl, coat is like a second langauge for the pasty ones which means we don’t get on. For this reason, this Finders Keepers Evening Shadows Coat from the lovely Rtister is perfect for those who hate all the laying.  Rtister has some great brands on the site including, Angel Jackson, Noir, H by Hudson and a few newbies that I hadn’t come across before. With an easy layout and great range of product, the site is easy to shop round and I totally fell for this coat when I saw it. With its ‘throw-on’ ability and general chicness, it’s an easy item to wear for many seasons to come.

Now when you say Jigsaw, I think of a puzzle game and a brand that is for the ‘older’ lady but I was really wrong about the latter. Jigshaw are all about the quality and I was really surprised by all of the classic yet trend driven pieces that I saw instore. This Black wool pleat Mini skirt is a great addition to my wardrobe and as well as being comfortable, it’s cute and has a nice swish when you walk.  It’s made of a real quality wool and will be a piece that never goes out of style.

Snow always makes me scratch my head for what footwear to wear but lucky Schuh came to the rescue. As I don’t like wearing my Sorels all the time, it was nice to wear a pair of smart, black boots in the snow that didn’t play down my outfit. Schuh have just unleashed these gorgeous new Rebel biker boots and they are the nuts! With silver studded to add some grrr, these boots are super comfortable and best all, great in the snow! When buying these though I would buy a size smaller, cos as a regular size 7, a 6 fitted me fine.

Top(underneath) – Boutique by Jaeger

Cardigan – Boohoo

Coat – Rtister

Skirt – Jigsaw

Tights – Topshop

Boots – Schuh


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