The Suedette Skinny Jeans And Biker Jacket

7 For All Mankind Suedette Jeans & River Island Suedette Jacket Happy Friday everyone! I’m really excited as tomorrow I am off pottery painting for my birthday! It’s something I have always wanted to do and I can’t wait! I know it’s a bit of a strange way to spend your birthday, but I’m not really one for doing things normally as I don’t like parties. As you probably know, suede is one of my favourite fabrics. I have always preferred the look of suede over leather, but I generally don’t like the idea of wearing real suede as clothing. When I saw that 7 For All Mankind had brought out a suedette version of their skinny jeans (meaning faux suede) I was instantly drawn to them! The same goes for this jacket that I have too! I’ve gone for an Autumnal colour palette with the various shades of brown here and the luxurious look of the fabrics, but added in a pop of colour with my bag. In order to make my posts more detailed and better for you though, I’ve decided to lay them out a little differently now. I’m going to be posting detailed photos of each item and then writing about each product underneath, so you can really get an understanding of them, in a mini review sense. You can buy each piece that way too and of course, if you scroll to the very bottom before you comment, all of my items are listed in one group with links there too for purchasing. I hope you like it! Please do comment and let me know…

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Getting In The Christmas Spirit

(Jumper – Exact & Similar, Jeans – Exact, Shoes – Exact, Bag – Exact) There’s one thing in fashion that I love around this time of year and it’s… Christmas jumpers! You may have noticed last year when I published quite a few outfit posts wearing a Christmas jumper of some sort, but I’ve since got a few more to add to my collection. I recently got this really cool 3 soldiers Christmas jumper from Tipsy Elves and I’ve worn it about 4 times already! For one of the looks, I decided to pair it with my 7 For All Mankind The Ankle Skinny Jeans with the raw hem (similar here) and my New Balance 410 trainers in grey (similar here), finished off with my Rebecca Minkoff Mini Love bag. This was a really casual and simple outfit that I put together just for lunch out and a walk through the park when I wasn’t feeling 100%, but I actually really liked how it turned out and how festive it was for Autumn! Speaking of festive though, Adam and I are planning a break away in London again, a bit before Christmas, which will be amazing! I can’t wait to spend time seeing all the Christmas lights, trees and celebrations properly in London as I haven’t experienced that before! I’m sure Oxford Street is going to look amazing all decorated! Not to mention it’s going to be a great time for last minute Christmas shopping! Do you have any plans for the holidays? And as always, I would love to know what you think of my outfit here! Comment and…

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Cobalt Blue And Raw Denim Hems

(Jeans – Exact, Top – Similar, Shoes – Exact, Bag – Exact) I promised I would show you these pretty jeans in full, so here they are! These photos were shot a few weeks ago when it was still a little warmer out. Adam and I had gone for a little walk to see the cows and wildlife and this is what I put together for the day. So these are my 7 For All Mankind The Ankle Skinny Jeans in Rue De Lille with a Raw Hem (these are now on sale!). I got them a few weeks ago and have been living in them wherever I go! You recently just saw them with my Cape and DUO boots, and you will also be seeing them very soon with a Christmas jumper too! But for this look, I decided to pair them with my Zara cobalt blue jumper and Kurt Geiger Nina cobalt blue mini heels! I love the combination of all the blues like this, but like most fashion bloggers, I needed that pop of something else which is why I chose my Cambridge Satchel Mini in Yellow (similar here). You may be wondering why I decided to wear these shoes for walking, but the heel is really chunky, it’s only about an inch high and they are secure on my feet with the ankle straps, so they are incredibly comfortable to walk around in. Getting back to the jeans though, you can read my full review on them over on The Jeans Blog by clicking here. You will absolutely love them if you decide to get them,…

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Keeping It Casual In Skinny Jeans & Trainers

(Jeans – Similar, Top – Similar, Shoes – Exact, Earrings – Exact, Necklace – Similar, Bag – Similar, Watch – Similar) When the sneakers/trainers trend became fashionable again earlier this year, I wasn’t really feeling it and I didn’t want to jump on board. While I think they look cool in neon colours when worn with cuffed skinny jeans or pants, I don’t like them worn with dresses, skirts or more dressier pieces. Even though I am attracted to the bright shades, my feet are pretty big in proportion to my legs, which often means that I can only pick flat shoes that are slim, or I risk looking like the next Crusty the clown! One pair of trainers that came out a little while ago though was these ASH Dino Trainers in Beige from Daniel Footwear. The thing that attracted me to them and made me fall in love with them was the fact that they do have a concealed wedge inside which you can’t really see, yet they still remain sporty. It’s somewhat of a refreshing change actually walking around in trainers at the moment! I’m so used to heels or espadrilles, I had forgotten the hidden comforts of sports shoes and considering I used to live in them when I was younger, that’s saying something! I genuinely adore these though due to them being a versatile colour, I’ve worn them plenty of times for shopping and my day trip to Wales last week, however I decided to wear them then with neon orange socks to be different! You can see an Instagram photo of that by clicking…

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The Pastel Pink Zara Coat With Grey Skinny Jeans

(Coat – Similar & Similar, Jeans – Exact, Tee – Exact, Boots – Exact, Bag – Similar, Watch – Exact, Necklace – Similar) I wore this outfit over the weekend when I went out to lunch and did some light shopping with my boyfriend. I got this stunning pastel pink coat from Zara when I saw it online last week, I ordered it the same time I ordered a blue version of my yellow coat and I couldn’t love them more! This coat is so beautiful! The colour is perfect for my paler skin tone and it actually matches a lot of things, however I decided to go with a grey theme. I wore my 7 For All Mankind grey skinny jeans with my Topshop grey tee and Kurt Geiger Winona boots. I think grey and pink is a great combination and it wasn’t really something I thought about wearing until I wore my grey and pink outfit under the blossom tree a few weeks ago. On to my accessories, I chose my Mulberry Lily in candy pink denim, a Topshop cross necklace and some various bracelets. The best thing of all though is this new arm candy! I got this gorgeous Caravelle Melissa watch from Shade Station last week and it’s beautiful! Rose gold is one of my favourites and I wasn’t very familiar with the brand before, but it’s so pretty! I love the face of it and how delicate it is, it’s not too big or too small, so it’s the perfect size! You will definitely be seeing a lot more of this watch in my outfits…

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Styling The New Deichmann x Caroline Blomst Shoes

I have been really excited about this little collaboration for quite some time, but it has been under wraps and kept a secret until today! Now, I can finally share with you this project I have been working on and showcase some fantastic shoes with you! Fellow fashion blogger, Caroline Blomst, has teamed up with the popular shoe brand, Deichmann, to create a 7 piece collaboration collection and it’s gorgeous! I was lucky enough to be able to try and style two of the shoes from the collection and this is what I came up with! For those of you who might not be familiar with Deichmann, they have stores across the globe in 23 different countries and two of their flagship stores are here in the UK, in London. They have worked with some of the biggest names in Hollywood, including Halle Berry and Cindy Crawford and are now collaborating with bloggers, which I find to be fantastic! Caroline Blomst was one of those lucky bloggers who was able to create and design a collection with one of the leading shoe retailers and has a great sense of style herself. I expected a collection that was nothing less than beautiful and she definitely didn’t come up short! The line features 7 different shoes, ranging from kitten heels and high heels, to boots, trainers and flats. It’s very diverse and there is something for everyone, no matter your style, height or preference! Want to know the best part about this collaboration though? It’s the price! The shoes retail from £17.99 – £27.99 and speaking from experience after wearing two of…

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Black & Grey With A Topping Of Cream

(Jeans – Exact ON SALE, Jacket – Similar ONE SALE, T-Shirt – Exact, Shoes – Similar, Hat – Similar) Again, this is another outfit that I decided to stray away from colour for. I’m really loving these 7 For All Mankind Skinny Ankle Zip Jeans in Grey Sateen as you already know. I can’t get enough of them and I just find them to work perfectly with creams and black. I paired them with my Topshop Grey Tee again as I do love the contrast of the darker grey wash of the jeans next to the lighter grey marl of the top. I think various shades of grey often work well together, which is something that’s harder to find in the colour spectrum. I wore my older Topshop Faux Leather Aviator Jacket with Shearling Collar for warmth as it’s one of my most cosiest jackets. I find it to be really snug actually and built of a thicker material than some of my others, but it was still pretty cold though! That’s why I chose my Topshop Cream Knitted Beanie to go with it. I always like to wear hats in the winter, especially if I’m having a bad hair day! But I know we tend to lose a lot of heat from our heads, so it’s always a good thing! For my shoes, I went with my Topshop Black Suede Heels to tie in with the jacket. Just like I did last time with my colourless outfit, I added a pop of red with my lipstick, just to make things stand out a bit more. For those of you…

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Simply Monochrome

(Jeans – Exact ON SALE, Blazer – Similar, Tee – Exact, Clutch – Similar, Shoes – Similar, Watch – Exact, Necklace – Exact, Bracelet – Exact) I have always been a fan of the monochrome look when it’s in black, white and grey, but because of my addiction to colour, it’s something that I never usually wear. This year though I have made a promise to myself to try and do things that scare me and push my boundaries a bit, along with trying out combinations of clothes that I don’t usually entertain. For this outfit, I wore my new 7 For All Mankind Ankle Zip Skinny Jeans in Grey which I recently purchased on sale. I had been eying these for ages and I was so excited when I found them even cheaper! It was such an amazing deal! I took a size down in these jeans though, for those of you interested, as I heard they run really big, so you might want to take that into consideration when buying them yourself. They are absolutely amazing though! They have finally filled that void I had when it comes to grey jeans. These are the perfect shade, the perfect fit and are so comfortable! You will definitely be seeing these a lot more in up and coming outfit posts, that’s for sure! To keep things classic, I chose to pair the jeans with a lighter Grey Topshop Tee, then layer my Zara White Blazer over the top and add my KG by Kurt Geiger Eleanor Gold/Nude Heels to the mix. I didn’t want to wear any black heels here…

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