Tuesday, March 10, 2020

One Week, Four Outfits

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Photos by Kirsty McLachlan

Max Mara leather trench (c/o) | Mulberry Leighton (c/o) | Topshop khaki beret | & Other Stories leather trousers (c/o) | Finery shoes 

Hiya pals! That's been a good few travel posts in a row now so I thought it was about time we had a fashion one in there. And what a whopper it is: four looks all wrapped up in one! Each outfit features something (if not a few things) that has been part of my 'most worn' army this Autumn/Winter - first up being this b-e-a-utiful Max Mara leather trench which, handily, can also be worn as a dress (as you may have spotted in this post here!). It's so lovely to wear and very, very versatile too (thank lordy, because a coat's about the only thing you get to show off in Scottish Winter). The leather trousers are another firm favourite from & Other Stories who, FYI, do some really great pairs of leather trousers if that's something you're in the market for.

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Topshop checked jacket | Sezane cardigan (c/o) | Fred Perry beret | & Other Stories leather shoulder bag (c/o - comes in a few different colours) | Proenza Schouler lace trimmer trousers via The Outnet (c/o) | & Other Stories chunky black ankle boots (c/o)

Outfit number 2 was inspired by an amalgamation of cool girls I follow on Instagram who all have that effortless style I can only dream of pulling off. The boots are without a doubt my most worn pair of the year so far - Storm Ciara and Storm Dennis coming right on the back of one another meant that big chunky boots were the way forward, so these have been a puddle-besting dream to wear. The trousers - which have some truly fantastic hemming - are from The Outnet, which has fast become one of my favourite sites to lose myself in with a cup of tea. If you're into your designer gear but maybe couldn't justify the cost per wear of an item, or maybe swayed over something and then missed it, then The Outnet is where it's at! There's over 350 designer brands on there with discounts of up to 70% (I know, music to the ears) so it's a great one to have a wee browse of for some treasures.

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H&M navy coat (c/o) | Next red & black check bag (c/o) | H&M white jeans | Arket navy beanie & black roll neck (c/o) | Jeffrey Campbell star print boots

Introducing the outfit I'm guilty of wearing on loop throughout January and February (as the famous phrase goes: if it ain't broke, pick it up off your floordrobe and wear it again). The coat's from H&M and is ruddy fantastic. It's so incredibly warm and, because it's quite a classic style and shape, can be thrown over many an outfit. It handily also goes very well with this cosy beanie from Arket: if you're in the market for a beanie then this is the one for you, they come in lots of colours, are so warm, brrrrilliant quality and also sit really nicely too. 

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H&M navy coat (c/o) | COS ruffled shirt collar | Proenza Schouler via The Outnet tweed top (c/o) | Topshop cropped mustard trousers | Mulberry Leighton (c/o) | Asos leopard print pumps

That's right, the H&M coat that keeps on giving! This time paired with a slightly more dressed up outfit. I've always really enjoyed a tank or cropped jumper over a shirt (which I have a sneaking suspicion might very well be thanks to Clueless) but on this particular occasion I eschewed sleeves in favour of a simple standalone collar. Not the wisest move in the midst of Winter but... it felt right at the time. Another outing for the Mulberry Leighton too! A firm favourite in the wardrobe of Amy. Well, I think me speaking about myself in third person is my queue to wrap this up, I'll leave you with some outtakes and shall be back on Sunday with another travel post!

Amy 

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2 comments:

Feyi A said...

Love!

Marveling-Mind☀

claudia said...

Third look is my absolute favorite!
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Claudia
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