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Thursday, 3 October 2013

Three ways to wear - French Connection coatigan, Part 3

This is the last post in the 'Three ways to wear' feature. Today's look is a little more dressy, if i'm off into town at night for drinks or food, i always take an extra layer or jacket - being cold is never fun. The versatility of the coatigan is so good, and i've literally been throwing it on with anything and everything, it's definitely a statement piece that can be worn in lots of ways so i'm really pleased with it! I'm after a few more Autumn pieces, i went shopping at the weekend but was so indecisive about everything that i came home empty handed, how sad. Plus Birmingham was crazy busy so Topshop and Zara were like massive saunas so it was practically impossible to browse through everything without being elbowed by sweaty shoppers. I did pop into Selfridges to have a look at a few new brands they have in like Sandro and Maje - i wanted everything, it's all fairly simple but such good quality and generally lovely (if a little overpriced).
What have you been buying recently?

*c/o French Connection coatigan, here*
*H&M top*
*Love skirt, similar here*
*Notonthehighstreet Daniel wellington watch, here*
*Primark shoes*
*Topshop necklace*
*Bracelet, gift*



  1. you are a lady with class , all u put on is perfect !!! FUNKY & HIP OUTFITS AT THE SAME TIME


    P.S. Follow me on insta & i will instantly follow back @nanyslife

  2. These shoes are Primark?! <3 I need to make a cheeky trip I think, got so many things on my Primark list!

    Charlie xx

  3. I love this coatigan. The combination of different Fall colors is amazing, perfect for colder cozy days ^_^

  4. love the french connection coat! beaut xx

  5. Such a stunning coatdigan xx

  6. You have beautiful here!! I love your coatdigan :)
    New OOTD up on my blog :

  7. Love your coatigan it looks fantastic and so versatile

  8. Great heels :)

  9. I love your heels! SO pretty :)

    Rose xo


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