Fashionista Chic

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Monday, 19 January 2015

Elegant In Emerald


Why have I not got this post up earlier! I took these pictures at the start of December, when surprisingly it wasn't as cold as it is now! I'm surprised us in the UK haven't had a large snowfall yet, considering how cold it is! I've finally featured my 'The Blogger Programme' canvas bag as well! I have to say, I never actually like these bags, but this has been one of my go-to bags when it comes to a day out shopping, going to work, college or placement as I can just throw everything in it! Definitely now a new favourite next to my Black Faux Leather Spike Duffle Bag from Primark!
As for my emerald blanket wrap, it was an amazing find in a charity shop. I have absolutely NO clue where it is originally from as there is no label at all? Anyway, I just had to have it, seeing as I do not own any other big blanket wrap like this one. I've recently bought one for SS15 in a beautiful lilac colour which you may have spotted if you are following me on Twitter.
I have worn this turtle neck jumper from Primark to death. It just goes with so much! Also, even though the material is quite thin, it insulates your body heat so I am either too hot of just right in this jumper. Either way I still love it.
I've featured this necklace quite a fair few times now and I absolutely love it! Unfortunately it has broken as I have worn it that much. It is currently being repaired though (luckily!).
My ankle boots a must have for these cold months as, one, they were a bargain at £10 and two, they go with just about anything!

Thank you for reading!

Blanket Wrap - Charity Shop (similar here)
Turtle Neck - Primark (similar here - same price as Primark!)
Wet Look Leggings - Primark (similar here)
Boots - F&F (on sale!)
Collar Necklace* - BYOUT19 - Etsy
Canvas Bag* - The Blogger Programme

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