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Feeling a bit stuck in a rut, share with me your favourite Winter casual and dressy outfits pretty please!
Today's winter casual outfit was a chunky, slouchy grey jumper from Top Shop, faux leather skinnies from H&M and grey hi-top Converse. Added a Gap scarf and an ASOS parka for outside.
Green Zara skirtBlack and white stripy tops similar to pic andOrange courts from clarks with black tights. It's a work outfit
Wow,strong start, thank you ladies. Love both of thoseI have toyed with the idea of pleather jeans or leggings but I've chickened out so far....always a late adopter! Love my coated black skinnies they feel brave enough for meThat zara skirt is so beautiful, very stylish work outfit. And would you believe I have those very Clarks shoes but have hardly worn them...hmmm
Anyone else care to share?
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Casual -black skinniesblack turtle neckblack heeled ankle boots, or black Chelsea boots, or tan leather Converse if not wetgrey peacoat or khaki parkascarfORblack opaquestan knee high bootsdenim mini skirtgrey turtle neckscarfDressy -Pub or going out for a casual dinner 'dressy' (there may be a theme here)black skinniesblack silk t-shirt or printed silk top, or printed t-shirtbiker jacketheeled ankle bootsor mini skirt (eg Whistles tube skirt)opaquessilk t-shirtheeled ankle bootsbiker jacketI rarely go anywhere dressier tbh, but if I do I'd go for a dress, opaques and heeled ankle boots or heeled shoes.
Remus I bought the whistles tube skirt in navy (black had sold out) and I can't make it work tights/footwear wise at all. I can see why you stick to black. I find navy flattering but a nightmare to build outfits around.
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