‘Tramp Chic’

On Saturday morning Alfie and I visited Duck and Waffle (where have you been if you didn’t know, I’ve not stopped talking about it anywhere!) so when we finished up a little stroll around Spitalfields was in order..1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13Jacket – Asos | Scarf – H&M | Hat – Primark | Dress – Zara | Boots – Vagabond | Bag – Zara

I am very aware that I am wearing so much that I look homeless, so I call this ‘tramp chic’, but I can’t get enough of blanket scarves and this jacket! I first ordered this jacket in karki after falling for it in one of Lily Melrose’s posts, but it was too big and the navy was the only colour in my size, and I much prefer this one now! I had been after a duster jacket for ages and this seemed to fit the bill, with something different about it.

This scarf is another item which hasn’t left my side (or neck) in months although it fluffs up my jacket so badly! I got this to replace my huge Primark one which I wore in Brussels as it was just a bit too bold and clashed with so much of my wardrobe. It also goes really nicely with my jacket, as I really like beige and navy together. Talking about beige, this hat is the newest to my collection, and everyone knows when you see something nice in Primark you’ve got to buy it before everyone else does!

These boots were my Valentines Day present and are the newest addition to my Vagabond family (my first you would of already seen on here). I’ve had my eye on them for ages now, and when we had a snow day the other day I decided I needed another pair of boots as my Pretty Little Thing ones just collected snow which didn’t help at all. I know I’m going to get so much use out of them for a long time as I can’t see them ever going out of season. The only downside is that they are just that tiny bit too high and big, but that’s nothing an extra pair of socks wont sort out.

JMB xx


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