When I saw this blazer in stores a couple of weeks ago, I especially liked the collar and the over all shape. I didn’t really like the buttons, cause they had a really cold shiny plastic look. So, as I did before, I decided to put another pair on it and in my opinion it looks much better now. The fabric isn’t great either, but for only 29,95, it was worth a shot 😉
p.s. I’ve activated a twitter account. It took a while for me to get convinced but here it is! I will use it for announcing updates for my blog and other blog- and fashion related news.
You can find the link at the sidebar on the right of my blog as well!
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Recently, Woolmark launched a great campaign called ‘ Fashion by Feelings’. The campaign is all about educating people about wool as a natural and renewable fibre. Wool is a fabric which is not only stunning and so nice and warm for the colder days, it is also a very environmentally friendly product. So Woolmark has all the right reasons to start a campaign for this!
Now, they’ve asked me to join their campaign by posting a look with woolen garments on their website.
Check it out, and don’t forget to vote for my look, cause you can win great prizes if you got the most votes!
Besides that, voters can win as well! You are in the running to win a $400 EMU Australia pack with boots of your choice, and more!
Thank you in advance!
I love knitted stuff for the colder days so when I saw the brown and grey skirts @ NewYorker, for only 13 euros, I couldn’t resist them. The skirt healthcarewell pharmacy silagra with the pattern is from Miss Selfridge and cost 20 pounds. I think I will wear all three of them a lot this season!
Bag: Asos, Dress: Nelly, Cardigan: H&M Trend, Shoes: Asos, Ring: Bijou Brigitte
This dress is so comfortable, you wouldn’t believe it. I like drapery in clothing so this one didn’t take long to convince me to buy it. I edged it up a little by wearing my lace wedges. What do you think?
Dress: Object, Shoes: Bronx