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30.12.2014- What I Wore Today #210

Whether you're spending this Chrimbo limbo in the office or are lucky enough to still be snuggled up in front of the telly at home eating your own body weight in chocolate, one thing which can't failed to have passed you by is just how chilly it's been over the last few days. My newly acquired thermals (thank you Father Christmas!) have been getting plenty of wear of late, and, in typically traditional fashion, I've been reaching for some favourite winter warmers, as well as one or two more recent seasonal additions to my wardrobe:

Coat- Ganni 
Jumper- Reiss 
Jeans- c/o F&F 
Shoes- Next 
Bag- c/o Atterley Road 

Over the last year or so, Ganni has been one of my favourite new discoveries. You might remember that I picked up this coat in their end of season sale last year, and this winter it's proved to be money well spent as it's the perfect cosy, casual essential and something which I've been reaching for regularly. Speaking of sales, this knit from Reiss has proved to be one of my best bargain buys this year- and I'm determined to approach 2015 feeling frugal, so have avoided any other sales splurging this year. With winter whites on the brain, how lovely is this bag from Atterley Road? Over the last few months, I've become a real backpack convert, and this is a gorgeous addition to my (fledgling!) collection- it will make a perfectly practical transitional piece as we head into spring too. On another practical note, these skate shoes from Next are another amazing recent discovery- not only are they ultra comfortable, but they're also fleece lined, so perfect for keeping as toasty as possible in the absence of my slippers! 

Have you picked anything up in the sales? 

(Image credit: Sarah Farrell, please do not reproduce without permission.)


  1. Lovely look! :)

  2. Ah gosh that coat really is such a beauty sarah!

  3. Love the bag!
    I have been forced to wear my ski coat and I can't pretend its a good look! x


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