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Sarah Loves: November 2013

29.11.13

Faux Fur Coats for the Cooler Months

Faux Fur Coats
If you fancy a change and are looking to update your wardrobe for the fall, then you should start by having a hunt around for the perfect outerwear for Autumn 2013, because in most cases, if you're be going anywhere you'll certainly be bringing your coat.
If you want to go for a warm, cosy coat this season then you'll be in need of a jacket with faux fur or sheepskin lining, as the texture is perfect for trapping in the warm air and keeping you toasty in dry, chilly temperatures.

Duffle
Light shearling style jacket, £49.99
I'm a huge fan of duffle and sheep skin coats, so this coat ticks all the boxes for me with its deep pockets, sheepskin lining and all round cosiness.
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Military
Faux suede coat, £59.99
This coat is nice and long with a military, faux fur twist. Due to it's longer length it should keep the majority of you warm throughout the winter months.
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Puffer Jacket
Faux fur trim coat, £69.99
This puffer jacket has a removable faux fur trim, so you don't have to worry about the fur getting ruined in the rain or snow.
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Biker Jacket
Shearling trim biker jacket, £39.99
If tougher biker jackets are more you thing than you'd love this beige sheepskin coat. This will keep you so much more warmer than a traditional leather biker jacket.
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Fur Front
Faux fur front jacket, £39.99
This 70s vibe jacket has lovely shaggy faux fur lining, which makes it perfect for throwing over your party dresses and keeping you warm.
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Written in association with bonprix. All opinions are my own.

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7.11.13

What is a Midi Ring & why are they so Popular


River Island Gold Tone Triangle Finger Top Midi Ring Pack


I have been really loving midi rings lately. I don’t know what it is, the daintiness of them, the way they hug your upper finger like a shiny, pretty extension of your knuckle, or the fact they’re just unusual and not the norm.

I brought this stunning little ring (well, technically it is two rings stacked together) from just £2 from River Island. Yup, that’s it, £2! Can you believe it? I certainly can’t. That’s cheaper than my lunch.

If you want to get your midi-ringless fingers on this beaut you can find it in gold here and silver here. Get them while you can! I can’t believe they haven’t sold out yet!

If you don’t know what a midi ring is then quite simply, its a ring that sits nicely in-between your top two knuckles. They’re also conveniently called “knuckle rings”, but I way prefer the term “midi”.

Midi rings can be nice and versatile too. For instance I’ve found my midi rings also fit on my little finger nicely, and extra large midi rings fit perfectly on my ring finger. But why choose an over sized midi ring over an ordinary ring? Well midi rings seem to be designed all that more petite and dainty compared to your standard index finger rings. I guess this is because they’re half way up your finger so you don’t want them to get in the way of everyday activities such as typing, texting, stroking cats and scoffing cupcakes.

Check back next week when I’ll be looking into where to buy midi rings, from independent designers and high street stores.

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