OOTD: A/W with La Redoute*

If there’s one thing I love about this season (other than Christmas, of course) it’s the fashion. Any excuse to layer up cosy AF oversized knitwear and I’m ya gal, seven jumpers later living the life of  a chic marshmallow with exactly zero regrets. It’s not how many layers but how you style them that defines the look. For Winter, I adore minimalist colour palettes with a splash of colour and a statement piece or two for good measure…
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TWEED LOOK JACKET* | GREY BERET* | BLACK ROLL NECK DRESS | OVERSIZED BURNT ORANGE SCARF | CHLOE FAYE DUPE

When it comes to winter essentials, La Redoute tick aaaaaall my boxes. I’m talking Pinterest worthy pieces, like this Tweed style jacket, to fall in love with. The jacket is light weight so perfect for layering and the muted colour makes it so easy to wear with anything.

I love the French inspo behind La Redoute’s fashion lines (it is a French brand after all) so I decided to go all in and style up one of their berets. Wear it on a quirky angle with a nonchalant expression to channel those Parisian vibes.

Each piece adds a little something something to the look and I love the simple, ribbed black dress I’m wearing. It’s got a roll neck (keeping things chic) and long sleeves, plus you can layer more over the top if you want to be extra snug. Throw on over the knee boots and a killer over-sized scarf (formally known as a blanket – duvet days for days), go forth and be fabulous.

Love Lucinda xx
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