Layering up against the cold in Boden, Oasis, Primark and All Saints

Oasis leather jacket, Primark fur gilet, Boden chunky jumper, Boden coated skinnies, All Saints bag, Whistles boots

You all know what a fan I am of layering. Lots of people like to layer because it means that they can take a layer off when they get too warm. Well that never happens to me but I think that several layers can make a look more interesting (and warmer) than one or two heavy layers. 

Here I’m wearing the toasty roll neck jumper from Boden (still available in the sale for £48) plus my cream Oasis leather jacket and a Primark gilet which cost me £14 about three years ago now. This All Saints bag was bought in an outlet store a couple of summers ago now and it just kind of pulled the black and cream look together – plus it’s good for carrying a small child in.

I’m delighted to report that my shopping mojo is well and truly back. Recently I have been shopping for a style party that I’m doing next week, plus the most diverse range of styling projects that I’ve ever undertaken in one week. Hopefully I will get a chance to share some of my favourite buys with you towards the end of the week. 

Now, on a completely unrelated note, I think that it’s important to let everyone know that Wagon Wheels are totally tasteless. I’ve just tried a bit of one and not only that but they are now tiny! Does anyone else remember when they were so huge that it took a week to eat one? I can’t work out whether it’s for economic reasons or health reasons that they’ve made them smaller but if I was so inclined that I need more, I would just eat two. Nanny state. Pah!

1 Comment

  1. Nat Ruffel
    February 7, 2015 / 10:54 pm

    Love how the jumper and bag compliment each other. Yep wagon wheels are not what they used to be, and don't get me started on creme eggs! :(

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