My Christmas Style Challenge with Carnaby

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Along with a few other bloggers, I was invited to go into Carnaby and find the perfect Christmas outfit that I would wear on the day, while I shop or even on a night out.

As Christmas is a really busy day of running around for me and my husband, I found this great outfit that would double up as a great day to night look that is comfortable and stylish.  I wanted to try a little print clashing here as I always wear prints but a lot of the time, I don’t wear them together.

When I was shopping around, it didn’t take me too long to start having inspiration for what outfit I wanted to go for. I knew I wanted some boots as they are great for the winter weather and I totally fell for these leather boots from Cheap Monday.  With a chunky heel, these boots are really comfortable and even though they look high, they don’t feel like it when they are on.  With a patent style that is chic and easy to wear, these are going to get loads of wear in the colder months ahead.

To match these boots, I headed straight over to Monki to find something kooky. I knew the brand would have some bargain pieces and this is when I discovered this amazing Cat blouse, paint skirt and fun fur coat.  I thought these 3 pieces would be utterly amazing and even though the colours and prints did clash, I decided to wear them all together anyhow and I think the results are pretty cool!

To finish off my look, I choose this blush leather clutch and this really 80’s style velvet bow from American Apparel.  I think people always go to American Apparel for their clothing but some of their accessories are just as good and I know I am going to carry this clutch around for a long time to come.

It was so much fun dressing myself for christmas and with a great venue like Carnaby, I think your shopping experience will be just as special and unique as mine was.  With so many brands and shops to choose from, you are spoilt for choice and with great eateries and pubs in Carnaby also, you can easily refuel after a hard day of shopping too!

Coat – Monki

Blouse – Monki

Skirt – Monki

Boots – Cheap Monday

Socks – Monki

Clutch bag – American Apparel

Keyring – Monki

Badge – Cheap Monday

Earring – Cheap Monday

Sunglasses – Monki

Bow – American Apparel

Images by Gary Spencer-Tracey

Carnaby are having a Shopping event on November 13th 5 – 9pm with the Christmas Launch at 6:30pm!  Grazia is teaming up with Carnaby and lots of stores in the streets to offer 20% off and also the Christmas lights will be switched on too!

For a chance to attend, simply register your interest here and you will be sent a voucher to get this cool, exclusive discount!

Hopefully I will see you there!

www.carnaby.co.uk

Carnaby Street Shopping event

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6 Comments

  1. 4th November 2014 / 11:01 am

    That coat is amazzzzing and I love your boots! <3

  2. 18th November 2014 / 4:25 pm

    Wow that coat! i’ve never seen anything quite like it, I love it.

    Kirsty x

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