[Outfit] Christmas Jumpers Aren't Just for Christmas

The weather in London has been deceptively cold over the past few days, so I reluctantly dug out some winter favourites to wear last Monday. Here I am by Battersea's Albert Bridge the other day prancing around in this week's outfit post as only a fashion blogger could. I picked up this Isabel Marant "Christmas" jumper in a sale a few weeks ago and didn't think I'd wear it till autumn time - forgetting of course that I live in the UK where the temperamental weather plays King most of the time. 

The bag was a gift from my friend Claire who created BoBelle, we did some work together a couple of years ago and the bag was a thank you - although working together was so much fun, it was me that needed to thank her! I use it all the time as it fits my laptop, gym kit and work stuff in without being ridiculously huge - the colour is also great as it pretty much goes with anything.

The jeans are my staple AGs - I've had them for so long now, and in truth given that I wear them once a week or so they are a little tired around the edges, I think its time for a new pair... (they are massively discounted at The Outnet at the moment here). The heels (as always) are LK Bennett, a lovely gift from their team two weeks ago.  

They are the Floret style I wax lyrical about at any given opportunity, if I could I'd own them in every colour. The they are smart without looking weird with jeans, and the heel is perfect (about two inches I think) for all-day wearing. I felt so snug in this outfit - but am hoping to be able to wear some more springlike stuff soon... Happy Monday everyone (they best thing about a Monday is, it's closer to a new weekend than on a Sunday...).

Photos by Nancy Gibbs


Miss Twiggy said...

I love your photos...

Josie said...

That knit is too good to save just for Christmas! I love your bag too, such a gorgeous colour xxx

Unknown said...

So chic, love it!

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