red duffle coat, United Colours of Benetton
gloves, marks & spencer
tights, marks & spencer
shoes, new look
Hope you've all had a very merry christmas! I spend my christmas in Cornwall this year, it was lovely we hired a cottage and spend christmas day on the beach. It was soo windy hence the duffle coat and a zillon layers. Usually when we're down there the weather is so mild I can run around in a t-shirt. We got back today so that's why there has been a lack of updates, I like to serperate myself from the digital world when I'm away, no mobile phones, no internet, no laptop, nothing. Bliss! Got the big family do on Sunday, looking forwards to seeing the cousins!
I love my red duffle coat, I got it whilst I was still at college so have had it for about four years now. It was certainly a wardrobe investment as I wear a coat right from October through to March thanks to the English weather. But that's okay because a duffle coat is a bit of a statement wardrobe classic anyway. My scarf was my dad's, it's an oldie and my favourite. I love how it's a multi coloured check and there are parts where there are just yellow and black check which makes me think of rupert bear's scarf. talking of rupert bear's scarf I've noticed they have one in urban outfitters in the menswear department, so very tempted to buy it!
I'm not looking forwards to new years eve, I don't want to even think about having to start another year as it doesn't even feel as if I've achieved much this year (altho to be fair I have graduated and had a few job opportunities so I'm not exactly a total failure)! So many new years resolutions yet I think only one of them may be achievable. What new years resolutions are you hoping to achieve? I didn't make any last year as I didn't really think about it but now I think it would be rather nice to write a list and have them hanging in my room so that I'll strive to follow them.
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