Cosy in Cashmere

Despite being in the midst of Winter, I still struggle putting together a weather-suitable outfit that is both comfortable and on trend. Usually I fall down at either hurdle and end up spending the entire day shivering (but looking Instagram ready) or in some almost-onesie-style-ensemble. It’s a hard life.

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One look that does seem to tick both boxes however is this cosy combination, with a simplistic monochrome palette (and a pop of brown). It’s rare that I allow myself to wear plain black leggings however I think they do look *almost* dressy in this instance – teamed with my favourite pair of Timberland boots. The brand itself is back on trend (especially among celebs) but not being a fan of the usual design, I opted for this feminine shape instead, with a small heel. I found them online at Jones Bootmakers, however they’re currently sold out – so I’ve provided an alternative link below.

The cape is actually from Jessica Wright’s collection with Lipstick Boutique, which has some fantastic items at this time of year. I love how effortless it is to wear, yet it pulls together the entire look somewhat.

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Cape | link, Boots | link, Jumper | link, Leggings | link

Cashmere is one of those luxurious winter purchases that always feels special, regardless of the fact that it *might be yet another black roll neck jumper to add to your already full wardrobe*. The roll neck in this may or not fall into this category. It’s from Cosy Cashmere, who have the most amazing (and affordable) pieces.

Do you have a go-to Winter look? Or any tips for dressing both warmly and on trend?