Sunday, 4 December 2016

OOTD | Roll Neck & Ripped Jeans.



I’ve said it before on the blog, but I am loving wearing roll necks this season. The chunkier the better for me right now & this bargain buy from New Look ticks all the boxes.

I’d tweeted a little while ago about my obsession for roll necks & that’s when Tor mentioned that New Look stocked knitwear starting at £9.99… You can see where I’m going with this can’t you?
I’m a lover of chunky knits and equally a lover of picking up a good bargain, so on my next day off, I popped into Leeds, straight to New Look & bagged myself this deep moss green roll neck jumper.



What I love most about this jumper is its’ shape. It’s super tight and cosy around the neck, however on the body, it’s much looser and has more of a box cut to it, which I am all for! Not only is it a flattering fit, but because it’s loose, all of the mince pies can be eaten! Woop!
I’ve decided to wear my trusty ripped jeans, which seem to be getting more rips in by the wear & have contrasted them with beautifully feminine nude block heels. I picked these heels up in Summer earlier on in the year & they’ve been my go to occasion shoe ever since. I love this style of heel as they’re much comfier and so much easier to walk in than a stiletto. To match the nude shoes I’m wearing a simplistic cream cross body bag, perfect for fitting in all the essentials.

Are you embracing roll necks? I’d love to add even more to my collection, so if you have any blog posts with them in I’d love links.

Thank you for reading & I hope you’re having an amazing day.

Claire.X

Jeans - New Look
Bag - Dorothy Perkins
Heels - Miss KG*
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  1. New Look are ON IT with their jumpers at the moment! I'm also loving H&M.
    Love the colour of this. I like roll necks, however I find some just don't sit right.. the 'roll' that is.lol I guess it depends on the thickness.
    Love how you styled this. :)

    Caroline.x
    www.carolineelgeywhite.com

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