Did you catch my latest YouTube video on how I style three teddy coats three ways? You can check it out (here). This coat was a rare random find while on Asos’ site a couple of weeks ago. Only size available was large – perfect!! Of course I wore it with sequins just because I missed them. ps. What did you cave on from the Cyber Monday/Black Friday sales? I’d be lying if I said that I didn’t – but you first. I will say though, the noise of sales all week is a bit
I thought I ordered way too big in this sweater, but nope, oversized anything is just so good for right now. The half/half print was an instant add to cart – especially after seeing how much it was. Also did you see the black teddy coat jacket that I posted under my Autumn lust list post?? I’ve uploaded photos wearing it on my Instagram and that’s a size 16! If you’re after a big coat jacket to run around in and not worry about – that’s the one. Rule of
Have you picked out a new coat yet? Two weeks ago I had a big coat purge and used the opportunity to find one that’s completely different. Last week at Topshop, this wool coat stood out as the justifiable update. I’m not too surprised to find it there though after shopping the Oxford Circus branch for years in London. To say their coat selection is varied is an understatement. Choosing between oversized wool coats in dusty pink or animal prints, satin, velvet or shearling
The best part of home wardrobe purging is wearing things you hadn’t seen in years. These Olivia Morris tattoo boots for example. Outside of block heel boots, kitten heels are a walking God send which is probably why I kept them. I wore them with this olive dress that reminds me of a similar version from Chloe (for four figures). It was an indian summer when these photos were taken, but for right now you can layer winter leggings underneath, plus a skinny polo and a long wool coat
This is what I wore for the Bill Cunningham memorial on Monday afternoon. The end of the invitation read simply: Dress For Bill, so bright colors it was. For those that don’t know, Bill was really one of the first ever street style photographers who’s prolific work was only ever overshadowed by his incredible sincere and endearing personality. The memorial was a who’s who of guests from Editor in Chiefs of magazines to designers to his colleagues from The New York Times.