As if it is April next week?! Me and Naomi had to endure the sleet and freezing temperatures to bring you these posts, yet that still didn't stop me from wearing shorts (nothing does)
On the bright side, the bitter weather does mean I can continue to revel in my ridiculously large jumper collection for a little while longer :) This beautiful jumper from Opening Ceremony is probably the most expensive item of clothing I own - I would never usually spend such a huge amount on just one item but I just fell head over heels in love with it from the moment I saw it and was lucky to receive it as a gift on my 22nd birthday. With this, price really does mean quality, something I've not really ever experienced before but everything from the knit to the intricate embroidery is just perfect and it's definitely more classic than trend so will never get left behind in the fast paced fashion world. I think I'd even go so far in saying that this is my favourite sweater ever, and trust me with a collection the size of mine that really is quite something
It is rare if I ever wear a sweater without a collar, so chose to go with the as equally delicate Topshop Embroidered Collar Blouse for a cute, girly vibe but quickly counteracted this with an oversized Vintage Denim Jacket that I picked up £10 in Rokit in Covent Garden. To keep quite a sleek feeling to the outfit, I finished the look with my staple Topshop Boutique Silk Shorts (I definitely have no fear of mixing navy and black) and Topshop Ant boots, that also sport a gorgeous design on the buckles to tie in all the little details.