I took these photos about a week or so ago, but considering that they feature my super festive jumper, I thought what better time to post them than on Christmas Day? The Christmas jumper trend has blown up more than ever this year, the crazier and uglier the jumper, the better. I found this simple one in Spitalfields Market, and was fundamentally drawn to the olive green colour - my fave! I thought it would look cute with my new tapered cropped trousers - yay for Zara for actually having a pair that accommodate my tiny waist and large...rear. Now I'm on the lookout for some high-waisted ones, but hey, you can't have it all at once. Baby steps.

Please excuse the awkward faces in these photos - I was kinda struggling with a very uncomfortable cold sore :(

Also, I'm loving this choker I picked up in Topshop a couple of weeks back! Such a versatile and interesting piece, and I've received so many compliments about it already! 

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I honestly don't think I own a single pink item of clothing, and I've never generally been a huge fan or wearer of pink throughout my life, so I thought I'd switch it up a bit and get myself this snug jumper. It's quite a nice dusty tone - don't really even know what that means, but y'know, not the super bright fuchsia colour? Also, I really love (and always have) the contrast between pink and grey. So voilĂ ! 

// Jumper: Chicnova // Jeans: Marks & Spencer // Boots: Topshop // Rings: Topshop & Accessorize //

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Magazines offer the best freebies and offers sometimes; a couple of weeks ago being no different when I got a cheeky voucher for 20% off H&M in Glamour. Hallelujaaaaah! H&M is one of my absolute faves, and it's already so decently priced, that the prospect of a further 20% off made me a happy bunny! 

I picked up this super snug maxi cardigan, which I am currently wearing to death! I also found this cute panda hat lying around on its lonesome, so decided to take him home with me! I just couldn't pass up those two bobbles :)

// Top: Motel Rocks (sample) // Cardigan & hat: H&M // Jeans: M&S // Shoes: ASOS // Bag: Primark //

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I've been after a grey pair of jeans for a while, and finally found THE comfiest pair in M&S. I was a little sceptical at first, because I usually swear by my trusty Topshop jeans, but unfortunately, I couldn't find any grey ones in Topshop, and these are actually cheaper! 

I tried to keep the look slightly more colourful than usual with this lovely maroon top from SheInside. I absolutely love the dainty cut-outs, neckline, and the straps, which add a hint of elegance to an otherwise simple outfit. 

// Top: SheInside \/ Cardigan: H&M \/ Jeans: M&S \/ Boots: Topshop \/ Bag: Primark \\

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I ventured into Brick Lane Market for the first time only a couple of weeks ago. I literally can't believe that I've left it until now to go; it's my new favourite place in London, for sure. It's absolutely buzzing with people, incredible food, creative stalls and amazing vintage pieces. I found the cutest little stall teeming with these oversized vintage shirts, and it took me ages to pick one because I loved most of them. Finally, I decided to go for a safer option that I felt was more wearable and versatile. Even though it's black, grey and white, the crazy pattern can spice up any outfit, and I added a pop of colour with my oxblood Dr. Martens.

Shirt - Brick Lane Market // Jeans - Topshop // Boots - Dr. Martens // Bag - Primark

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I'm gradually straying away from my grey and black jumper choices; slowly but surely. I've always adored these chunky aran cable knit jumpers, and I found this cute cardigan-style one in Greenwich Market for only £10. I'm not gonna lie; it's super itchy, but I love it so much that I desperately try and ignore it for the sake of a cute outfit.

I teamed it up with one of my favourite shirts - not only do I love the print and the colour, but I also think that the gold collar tips are a lovely touch. 

Finally, a new addition to my shoe collection; these cute fluffy boots (with a slight heel) given to me by my boyfriend's mum. I think they have the ability to make any outfit that slight bit more feminine, as well as elongating the leg, and of course adding a really Wintery feel to the general aesthetic of the look.

// Shirt: Topshop // Cardigan: Greenwich Market // Jeans: Topshop // Boots: Gifted // Suede coat: Mum's //

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I'm pretty sure I featured this cropped jumper in one of my early blog posts at the beginning of this year, but the weather has started calling for it again! I picked it up at one of Motel Rocks' sample sales, where I always discover gems for a bargain. I usually find cropped jumpers quite uncomfortable but this one is perfect for pairing with my high-waisted mom jeans! (also from Motel) 

I teamed them with my new studded monk shoes, of course, which I've been wearing to death as of late! I doubt they'll be going anywhere soon, because I just purchased some high-waisted cigarette trousers from ASOS, which I hope to wear these babies with for an equally minimal but more chic look

Also, I'm loving this Nails Inc varnish! I honestly get some of my favourite things as freebees in magazines!

Jumper & Jeans // Motel Rocks
Monk shoes // ASOS
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