Transitional dressing.

Oh my goodness what a lot of snow you’ve all had in parts of the UK! In March too!?  I don’t think I’d even have the proper attire for snow like that!  It’s a great time to do a bit of online browsing/shopping if you’re stuck indoors:)

Here it’s definitely brightening up – though torrential rain yesterday caused trees to fall and bring power lines down resulting in a fire in the neighborhood – all a bit scary really!  All were fine and I noticed the charred trees today – it seems to be a regular occurrence when it rains here.

So some layers were required today as the temperature climbs again – I love the drape of this jacket from River Island – I’m so happy it made its way into my luggage:)

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Jacket – River Island // Jumper – AllSaints Godiva jumper (old) // Tank – H&M (old) // Jeans – Gap jeggings // Boots – Isabel Marant Dicker

 

 

 

 

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7 thoughts on “Transitional dressing.

  1. Sue

    I can’t believe it’s still snowing here in March either. I want to wear my red Swedish Hasbeens!

    But I would be a fool to do that and I would have very cold toes. The River Island jacket is serving you well – it really suits you.

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  2. Martha Merrill

    And the weather turned cold again today! Your outfit is perfect for the weather… perfect layering. I went out completely underdressed today. Ended up freezing at the park. Ready for spring!

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  3. GlamRosie

    I LOVE that jacket on you, remember seeing it on a previous post and went and checked it out on the RI website and now you’ve reminded me all over again, damn! x

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