Saturday, 4 November 2017

Winter Styling with River Island #ImWearingRI

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Because there's absolutely no way i'll accept that it's still Autumn, here's to Winter already. I'm ditching the jackets and thin knits for the chunky jumpers and cosy coats. Not to mention it's absolutely freezing in Manchester... 
River Island are one of the first places that I check at the beginning of any season, and i'm always guaranteed to have a wishlist as long as my arm every time. This season, they have the most amazing jumpers and as a self-professed knitwear obsessive, I found it so hard to not buy them all! If you love a huge, chunky, cosy knit like me, you won't be disappointed. This one's SO warm and is a chenille knit, perfect for an office day to Christmas market boozing afterwards. Not forgetting the cute multi-purpose trousers to match, right?
My next fave thing about the new season? My colour palette is darker, autumnal shades that are mostly warm, so dual tonal dressing is my absolute fave. Plus, the benefits are that you don't have to think of what you're gonna wear things with, right? A lazy girl's dream. 

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  1. Oh wow! This is gorgeous Laura, I love the colour combo! x

  2. Nice pairing!!! I really like these frilly jumpers. Everyone has their own definition of style and their unique way to describe it. For me, style has always been an inspiration to look forward and fashion clothes for women are lead to this inspiration.


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