Winter wardrobe wishlist

There’s nothing I love more than when the weather starts getting cold and the hats and scarves begin to make an appearance. I struggle to find things to wear during the warmer months because I’m all about the layering and I just find it so easy in the winter to throw on a cosy knit with some jeans and boots. Casual and comfy, that sums up my style.

This winter I’m trying to budget as Christmas is just around the corner and I need to save. There’s things I keep seeing that I would definitely buy, but the sensible adult in me is like ‘do I really need this?’ I have a silly amount of hats, coats, jumpers and various other items to keep me warm this winter, but a girl can look, right?

Grey Fair Isle Jumper || Embroidered Dress || Colour Block Jumper || Velvet Tea Dress
Tan Chelsea Boots || Navy Pea Coat || Tartan Scarf

I always tend to stick to the usual patterns, stripes, checks, polka dots. But when winter rolls round I like to throw in some fair isle patterns too. This grey knit from Dorothy Perkins would look great with some jeans and the tan Chelsea boots from Next.

I’m really loving this navy pea coat from Topshop. The red stitch makes it look so chic and navy is a good versatile colour that will go with lots of things. The tartan scarf from ASOS would look perfect with it.

POW Slogan Jumper || Biker Boots || Sparkly Fluffy Jumper || Check Shirt
Sequin Dress || Chelsea Peers Corgi Pyjamas || Rust Fair Isle Jumper

There’s so much on the Joanie website that I need but this POW slogan jumper is one of my favourites. You can wear it with a denim A-line skirt or opt for some jeans and vans for a more relaxed look.

When shops start stocking their party wear, my eyes are drawn to all things sparkly, including this fluffy jumper and sequin shift dress.

I love corgis and I love pyjamas. So what’s better than these adorable Chelsea Peers pjs? Although I’m struggling to justify £35 for some pyjamas. I’m sure I can be persuaded on these.

What’s on your winter wardrobe wishlist?

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