Saturday, 12 December 2015

Cosy Coatigan


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It feels icy cold these days and it's certainly a lot colder than last winter - could that mean we might finally get some snow? *crosses fingers* If the snow does turn up I'm well and truly prepared with this amazing coatigan from River Island. 

I love everything about it, but the deal breaker for me was the fur that runs through the middle and right up to the hood. The fur is the softest thing I've ever felt and it takes all my strength to resist falling asleep whenever I wear it - it's just too cosy! 

I also love the geometric print and the rust brown tones. It's definitely a statement piece and the focus of any outfit, so it doesn't need too much styled with it. I have a size 8 and it's quite big on me so I think I should've gone for a 6. Anyway, I just pop a belt on with it and I'm good to go. 

My favourite way to style it is, with this black lace top, cream jeans and a pair of Chelsea boots. It also looks great with an a-line skirt and a roll neck jumper. It's quite a heavy material so I find it warm enough to just wear a long sleeve top or a jumper underneath, and I don't need another coat over it. 

I've been wearing it loads recently and it's definitely become one of my favourite winter pieces!


What's the cosiest piece you have in your wardrobe?

Happy Blogmas!

Love,
Cliona xx


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  1. Love the photos and that coat! You look so cozy and festive. My favorite cozy item right now is slippers from Target for my lazy days. xx

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    1. Thanks a mil Taylor! Slippers are an essential part of my wardrobe too! You just can't beat them in the winter! x

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  2. Cute photos :)
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    Maria V.

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  3. These photos are stunning. Omg that coatigan looks so cosy. I need one in my life
    Beth x

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  4. That coat looks so cozy! And it's super cute too!
    untitled&unfinished

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