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For the last week the temperatures have rapidly dropped, I mean there is about roughly 7-8 inches of snow outside! I do love the snow, it’s pretty magical and is not something we typically get to see where we live and so I can’t help but get a little excited at the sight of it. Though with that said, I can’t help but continuously be conscious of those less fortunate. My heart truly goes out to all the homeless people and animals. May we all do what we can to help them through these extremely cold temperatures. Whether it’s buying someone without a home a hot drink and sandwich or taking them into a nearby coffee shop to give them a place of warmth, even if it is for a short time. You could even donate an old coat or your spare blankets.

 

Anyway, moving on to todays look, which was an outfit I wore last weekend, when it really started to get cold. It can be a little more on the tricky side to get creative when all you can think about is keeping warm. So I kept things interesting with a strong burst of colour with this very thick, very orange knitted turtleneck. The metallic ankle boots also created an interesting detail, whilst the neutral puffa jacket kept things in balance. So if you kinda need to give in to weather restrictions but still want to showcase your personal style, then think colour and think bold, eye catching, statement pieces and you’ll be good to go.

 

Wishing you a wonderful weekend and keep warm my lovelies,

Daniella xox

 

 

 

 

MY OUTFIT:

Le Specs Sunglasses

(old) Puffa Coat – love this HERE

Marks & Spencers Knit – love this HERE

(old) Acne Studios Jeans – love these HERE

(old) Topshop Metallic Ankle Boots – similar HERE & HERE


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Posted by:Daniella Robins

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