A Faux Fur Coat Outfit In The Snow
Remember when it snowed? I still have a few photos to share with you from that weekend. These were actually the first set we shot and it was a blizzard out, so really I only have 4 photos and that was a push getting those, the rest of them are outtakes because my hair was everywhere and my face was screwed up from being freezing cold, ha ha. I really do like how these came out though as I’ve edited them to have a vintage appearance, and it reminds me so much of Narnia! I’m assuming most of you have seen The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe? If you haven’t, click here because Narnia is amazing! It just gave me vibes of that and I love it.
I was wearing my Zara Faux Fur Coat which you have seen before, here and here, and layered it with my Brown Fluffy Zara Jumper again as I love that combination. I then chose my Pretty Little Thing Checked Trousers and added in my Louis Vuitton Reversible Belt to the mix to tone it down. These trousers actually have a ruffled waistband (remember this outfit?) and I tucked it under to create a different look, then finished it off with some flat boots. I did brave the cold snow for this look as my feet ended up freezing and I quickly changed to wellies, but shh, don’t tell anyone!
As far as colour goes in my outfits, I’m sure you have noticed that I’m mostly only wearing neutrals these days and not really opting for anything too bright. If I do go for a colour, it’s usually a muted shade and I’m really enjoying it. I feel like as I get older, even just by the months, my tastes are changing a lot and becoming a lot more classic too. There’s some amazing pieces that I have just picked up from Mango and I wouldn’t usually wear them, but they’re perfect for the warmer weather. I’m putting together my Currently Craving Wish List next for this month so I will share everything I’ve purchased in that, along with some other things! Anyway, please let me know what you think of my outfit and if you like the Narnia inspired photos! Lorna xx.
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