Saturday, 25 January 2014

My Wardrobe: Winter Pastels

If there is one trend I will never get bored of, it's pastels, although I will be the first to admit that I may own a few too many pieces in pastel shades. That said, I indulged my pastel obsession this Christmas by buying:

 1) TOPSHOP's Pink Fluffy Swing Coat £89.00 Totally worth the money. It's soft, warm and it feels great wearing it - only downside is that it can be hard to close the coat (popper fasteners), but personally I think it looks best open anyway. It's certainly attention grabbing and can bring around some pretty quirky compliments, for example my friend: 'You look like candy floss, I want to eat you'...





2) The same TOPSHOP jumper (Knitted Hexagon Quilted) in mint and pink (£36.00) - I loved the pale pink jumper so much, I couldn't resist buying the mint one too. The texture of this jumper is subtle - almost like fish scales, and the texture is nice and soft and a great alternative to a woolen jumper - if you have sensitive skin like me. 



3) Pink and Black Bow Flats - I think that I'll always want to wear shoes like this - I've already owned about three pairs before, that look very similar to these ones. There's just something about bows... 


4) Several bottles of my favourite shade of nail varnish - Rimmel London's Salon Pro in New Romantic (£4.49) - a timeless shade of light pink - and great quality nail varnish too. 







5) A shamelessly sparkly sequin jumper from TOPSHOP (£42.00 originally - bought in sale) - Looks great off but it's a little too cropped, and too heavy at the front because of all the sequins (none on the back). Although apart from that, it's gorgeous. 


Although pastels are usually the colours people wear in spring, I think that the colder shades are great for winter - especially as knits or coats. 
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