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Outfit of the day

Evening ladies! Its only Monday and I'm already exhausted! I'm so busy over the next few days that an early night is much needed tonight! I haven't done a style related post in a while and got really excited this morning because I actually put together an outfit for work that was both work appropriate and interesting - If I could I would wear boring plain smart items everyday just to make getting work quicker (I limit this to one day a week - I call it "white shirt Wenesday" I kid you not!).


Coat- Topshop (last year)
Cardigan - Topshop (this year)
Scarf - Dirty Harry
Black Vest Top - H&M
Tan Chelsea Boots - Topshop
Necklace - H&M
Replica LV Bag - Turkey ;)

Wow, I just realised this is a bit of a Topshop overload! Sorry about that! So much for shopping in a variety of different places! I really liked this outfit, and for some reason I felt it had a really British feel to it - its probably because I associate the jacket with farmers! I really like the scarf, I bought it from Dirty Harrys in the Lanes in Brighton, it reminds me of the Burberry scarves except the texture is no where near as soft, but I think for mixing with knitted cardigans this works out better. It also cost me £5 which is amazing! I bought the cardigan from Tophop last week and pretty much wore it all weekend! Its a beautiful warm tan colour, and the material is lovely, the wool gives a slightly messy appearance and looks as if it would be scratchy but isn't at all which makes it nicer to wear. It also looks amazing with every scarf I own, my fur stole looks especially cute with it so I might show you that at some point!

I'm so looking forward to the next few days, I can't wait to catch up with all my friends now that we're all past the post Christmas work rush. I won't be home until Thursday now, so new posts may be non existent - I am planning to get my blog on this weekend though so if there are any posts you want to see then leave a comment or tweet me to let me know!

Sweet dreams!
Suzie xo
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  1. Love the boots together with the cardigan <3

    Room tour would be nice! Perfume collection?

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    1. They're on my list of new posts now, thank you lovely! x

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  2. I nominated you for a Leibster Blog Award yay! Loving your work as ever :D x x x

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  3. Gorgeous boots. I want a new pair (not that I don't have enough already) that are ankle but chunky heel xx www.mediamarmalade.com

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    1. They are great, and quite comfey. I'm on a shoe ban at the moment though! x x

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  4. What are you wearing on your nails? It's lovely! x

    www.a-place-for-beauty.blogspot.com

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    1. Oops I forgot to say, its Revlon - 031 Lilac Pastelle. x

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  5. Lovely outfit snippet, love all the brown tones.
    xx

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    1. Thank you, had to try not to go too far with the browns!

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  6. lovely blog and such gorgeous shoes!.x

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  7. White shirt Wednesday ahaha that is hilarious. Those boots are so cute! Such a lovely blog, now following! x

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  8. You look beautiful babe. Was looking to get those boots the other day and now seeing them other than on the online store they are to die for! x

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    1. They are lovely, although I had to put an insole in mine because I'm no longer a size 5? But they are super comfey with an insole in! x

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  9. The boots and cardi are lovely! Wanna get me a whole bunch of little bracelets like that to stack up!

    Very pretty... ps just found you, your blog style is absolutely beautiful! Great design ;-)

    Dayner x my blog - mozzypop.com

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    1. I do love my bracelets! Thank you hun :) x

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  10. I love the whole outfit! The boots are gorge!

    No idea how I've never come across your blog before...in love!

    shabna x x
    http://scheine.co.uk

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