Wrapped Up

I’ve recently starting investing my money in some luxury core items for my wardrobe.  I love high street fashion, nothing has changed there, but there are some things which I think are a ‘safe’ bet to spend a little more money on.  I’ve been lusting after a pair of Stuart Weitzman ‘Highlands’ for the last two years and now I’ve finally got a pair.  A pair of black OTK boots are a must for me and I’ve had my fair share of high street versions over the years, but now I have the creme de la creme I can certainly notice the difference.  The suede is soft, the fit is nothing other than perfect and they have just the right heel height and shape.  If like me you’ve been toying with buying a pair I can confirm…they are well worth the money!

So on their first outing I styled them over a pair of black skinny jeans with my current fave chunky roll neck knit and this black cocoon coat from Zara.  The oversized fit of the jumper and coat gives the look a cosy wrapped-up-for-winter vibe whilst still looking super chic.

O U T F I T  D E T A I L S

Coat – Zara (Similar here)
Jumper – New Look
Jeans – Missguided
Boots – Stuart Weitzman
Sunglasses – Chloe via Red Hot Sunglasses
Bag – Zara (Similar here)

S H O P  T H E  P O S T

Photography by Claire

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  1. Vicky
    28th October 2015 / 9:08 am

    This outfit is beyond words !! Those boots definitely look worth the £600 , they actually are perfect otks. It jumps out the screen how perfect they actually are !! Im glad you explained that you are buying a few investment pieces , phew ! Thought id lost you there on instagram. This is a hard look to put together, practical but still bang on trend and very stylish. The ysl boots were a very wise buy too. Amazing Emma, you are the best xxxxx

  2. Emily
    28th October 2015 / 6:17 pm

    Simply stunning!

    28th October 2015 / 8:20 pm

    Yes to those boots!!!

  4. 28th October 2015 / 10:00 pm

    I love everything about this look, and need that knit! Unfortunately it’s sold out, bummer.

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