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I would have never expected a green hoodie to be such a versatile piece to ones wardrobe! I bought it because I couldn’t stop thinking about it but wondered to myself how much wear I would actually get out of it? I knew that even if I didn’t get that many looks out of the hoodie, then at least it would still be good for loungewear and so that helped justify the purchase. But even as I share this look with you today, I still have a few more looks that we’ve shot with this green hoodie that are ready to be shares on here. I believe that this green Topshop hoodie has been my most featured and most versatile item I have bought in recent months.

I liked the idea of styling it with a more feminine piece this time and so I chose my metallic pleated skirt because the silver with the green looked rather striking together. I chose my camel coat and snake print bag for a classic neutraliser and because I felt the look needed a heel, I opted for a chunky ankle boot. This gave me the height the outfit needed but also kept the look feeling edgier rather then becoming too feminine.

Β  Have you considered the hoodie yet?

Take care,

Daniella xox

 

 

 

 

 

MY OUTFIT:

(old) Topshop Camel Coat – love this HEREΒ & HERE

Topshop Hoodie – similar HERE

(old) Topshop Snake Print Bag

(old) Metallic Pleated Skirt – love this HERE

Kurt Geiger Ankle Boots – ON SALE HERE

 

 


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Posted by:Daniella Robins

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