Friday, 13 March 2015

The Best of My Winter Outfits (My Edit)

Not Dressed As Lamb: The best of my 2014 winter outfits
Here's my favourite outfits from the winter (December to February) - there may be some you missed! My fave of the faves is no.10 - and would you believe it there's tartan or plaid in 6 of the 10 outfits... I think you can guess what pattern I favoured this winter..!

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What's your favourite outfit of my winter round up? Let me know in the comments! (Click the post title to go to the original post)

Purple poncho and leopard print hat
1. A Cashmere Poncho With Brocade Jeans, Leopard Print and Suede
(Recreate the look:  Poncho Scarf Boots)

Autumnal tones with an oversized tartan scarf
2. How to Style an Oversized Tartan Scarf Yet Another Way
(Recreate the look:  Bag | Boots | Sunglasses)

Leopard print coat with baseball cap and jeans
3. How to Wear a Leopard Print Coat | With Jeans and a Baseball Cap
(Recreate the look:  Baseball cap | BootsCoat or this one is similar in half black and half check)

Striped longline blazer with black boots, plaid rucksack and fedora
4. The Perfect Knee-High Black Boots With Stripes and Plaid
(Recreate the look:  Boots Backpack | FedoraJacket - or this cardigan which is very similar)

Grey sweater dress layered over black trousers, longline black coat
5. Silver and Black Christmas Party Layered Look | La Redoute Ambassador Post
(Recreate the look:  Coat | Dress | Heels | Clutch)

Biker jacket with tartan scarf and yellow maxi skirt
6. Yellow Maxi, Black Biker Jacket, Red Tartan Scarf. And Some Stripes.
(Recreate the look:  Scarf | Jacket | Skirt | Boots)

Winter style: Plaid, pinstripes and white roll neck
7. Stripes, Pinstripes and Plaid | Elvis & Kresse Luxury Bag
(Recreate the look:  Jacket | Roll neck | Trousers | Adidas | Bag)

Winter neutrals: Oversized feather cossack hat and check coat
8. Winter Neutrals | Oversized Feather Cossack Hat and Check Coat
(Recreate the look:  Coat | Hat | Boots)

Valentine's Day date night outfit - rose patterned dress over cropped trousers
9. Layered Roses Dress | Valentine's Day Date Night Outfit
(Recreate the look:  Dress | Clutch | Heels)

Winter style: Long white coat, tartan scarf, distressed jeans
10. White Coat With Tartan Scarf and Patterned Tights Under Distressed Jeans
(Recreate the look:  Coat | Scarf | Sweater | Bag | Jeans | Shoes | Tights | Sunglasses)

Catherine x
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P.S. Like this post? With spring almost here you might want some inspiration from last year's Best of My Spring Outfits!

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  1. I think number 4 has to be my favourite. I love the green trousers/jeans.
    Rubi | The Den |

    1. Mmm I think the khaki and grey go really well together, Rubi...! Thank you hun x

  2. 3, 4 and 1. In that order. With a mention for the cossack hat in 8.

  3. I love your coat in the second outfit, so number 2 is my choice!

    1. Oooh that coat has definitely been a winner for me this winter, Kate! Thank you xx

  4. I am torn between the leopard coat look or the plaid coat with the awesome hat. and then would be the cape or the camel coat... so many great looks.

    1. Are you spoilt for choice, Linda... sure sounds like it!! Thank you my lovely :)

  5. All wonderful - I think my personal fave is the leopard coat. You look fierce! xox

    1. The leopard coat is always so popular, Patti!! Thank you x

  6. Great outfits as usual…
    I just did another post inspired by you! :)

  7. 3, 8, 9 and 10 are my faves...but you look great in ALL of them!

    1. Hehe you've just named 4 out of the 10, Darlene! I guess liked my choices...?!! Thanks hun x

  8. I love them all! So many different and cool styles! Very inspiring!

  9. I'm lusting after the cashmere poncho and the Cossack hat

    1. Hmm I'm gonna miss that poncho come summer, Christine...! Thanks my lovely x

  10. 6 and 8 tie for the win...10 is simply overall best! Which means I would looooove to wear the first two, but could live in number 10. :o)


    1. You're with me on my fave of the faves, JJ!!!!!!! Thanks so much x

  11. Number 2 is still my fav, Catherine. Love that camel coat with the tartan scarf. Hopefully we can ditch the heavy scarves for another year soon. Sigh. Still lots and lots of snow left though!

    1. Oh gosh it goes for you soon, Susan! It's just starting to properly feel like spring over here now. Thank you so much x

  12. I really like number 6, but I think number 2 ultimately emerges as my favorite. The stylized gloves are just the perfect finishing touch. And the boots and coat pull together so elegantly.

    1. Funny how the most practical item (gloves) sometimes finishes off an outfit?! Thank you Elle x

  13. As always, dearest Catherine...there's something to swoon over in every one of your favourite winter outfits!! That cashmere poncho, the leopard and black coat, the grey-and-black striped jacket (yep, I still love it!)...never mind all that delicious plaid!! And of course you know how crazy I am about your Valentine's Day look!! ;) P.S. At least I don't need to be envious of your Elvis & Kresse bag!! XOXO

    1. Haha I went a bit mad for plaid this winter, didn't I Monika?!! I'm so glad you loved just about all of them (!) - and yes, you're a proud owner of an E&K bag too, I'm envious of your neat little number ;)


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