Rose Metallic Gold Loafers: Wide New Look (old)
Last week I wrote a blog post on when I attended Bristol Fashion Week at The Mall Cribbs Causeway, but I didn't get to show you what *I* wore.
During my coat hunt I bought a few off my list, including the Anna Scholz Leopard Print one, and this ebay trench/mac but neither seemed to be exactly what I was looking for. The Anna Scholz one didn't have a collar and no matter how many pictures I took of it, and asked peoples opinions on twitter about it but in the end it just didn't feel right, and I can't keep a coat that expensive if it isn't giving the good vibes.
The ebay trench was great, it just didn't fit my arms and therefore my shoulders as well as I would have liked. I am really tall and obviously fat, and sadly most of the time you can't get cheap clothes being both, so I shall be taking it to the next fat swap.
So I decided to go for the Simply Be Camel Duster Coat as it was the closet thing to what I wanted. I had been told by Dani and Bethany that it was thinner and not wool like you might expect, but for me that was perfect as I am permanently warm and a lightweight coat for these strange warm cold Autumn days is what I required.
I teamed with my new Junarose breton striped jersey dress (which I haven't taken off since purchasing) thick black tights and my metallic gold loafers, which have started making a permanent rotation in my Autumn wardrobe. I also made a special gold glitter biting lips necklace for myself!
Thinking about what jewellery to wear with a couple of new things I bought recently, I want to make some small delicate pieces rather than my big obnoxious pieces, so a mini collection may very well be round the corner.