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Let me take you back to just before spring this year and whilst I mostly had my sights on pieces such as a printed dress by Ganni and a pink trench coat by Reiss, I also found myself in a shop that was closing down and that was selling this Helen Moore faux fur stole. Taking you even further back, to probably about this time last year and this was when I had first laid my eyes on this furry piece. I didn’t buy it when I first spotted though, as I was preparing for Christmas and this furry stole originally retailed at just under a £100. This is indeed a fair enough price due to its beautiful quality but like I said, it was Christmas and I didn’t have the cash to spare.

 

When I found it again back in the spring and reduced to thirty something pounds, I knew I had to get it because if I didn’t I knew that come winter I would end up having a big case of buyers regret! I’ll admit though, it was hard buying something so far in advance, I mean I struggle with autumn collections becoming available to buy in August and at the time of buying this faux fur, it was like the beginning of April! But it was most certainly worth the wait, I have been wearing it a lot as you will soon see for yourselves over the next few weeks.

 A faux fur stole is most certainly one of those inevitably classic pieces and that of which  you’ll likely own forever. Plus they are incredibly warm and snuggly and who doesn’t want that this time year?! Exactly.

Take care lovelies,

Daniella xox

 

 

 

MY OUTFIT:

Helen Moore Faux Fur stole – love this HERE & HERE

Cos top

(old) American Apparel Turtleneck – similar HERE

(old) DKNY Skirt

(old) Topshop  Shoes

 


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Posted by:Daniella Robins

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