Wednesday, June 17, 2015

OOTD // Cold Weather = Warm Coats

This morning I was not prepared to wake up to a temperature of 4°C. For some reason my brain has been resisting the idea that it is winter (even though it is my favourite season). I think it is probably because so many bloggers and youtubers I follow live in the Northern Hemisphere, so keep talking about how it's summer and warm. Well brain, it's definitely not warm here, so thanks for remembering you had this super warm coat in the back of the closet! 

coat - made by Tara // skirt - The Warehouse // shoes c/o The Warehouse // plaid shirt c/o frontrowshop  // clutch - asos // necklace - Matchbox Studios



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5 comments:

  1. Wow, you look amazing! I live this jacket and the boots, such a beautiful outfit! I am glad to know winter is our favorite season,m because it's my favorite, as well, and people look at me like an alien (all love summer). I am spending this time in the south hemisphere and it was 7 degrees today, so I understand what you mean! Welcome winter for us!
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  2. It's been so cold! I checked the weather on metservice before I got out of bed the other morning and it said "feels like -4" Brrr!! I need a new warm coat. Yours looks so cosy

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  3. Love this look! The shirt gives such a nice pop of colour! Although we are in winter and the cold might be making everyone a little miserable, I must admit winter fashion sure does make me happy! x

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  4. Oooh, such a cute look Tara! I love the warm coat paired with the plaid. Plus, the classy skirt ties it all together so well! :)

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