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Burberry Burberry Burberry loving

Hello hello!
Scarf: Burberry Top: Topshop Jeans: Asos Bag: Jimmy Choo Boots: Asos
So today I am fully taking advantage of the fact my family bought me back a 'Burberry' scarf from Thailand. I absolutely adore this scarf - for the minor few hours I've owned it - because it is incredibly soft and snuggly and it's so big I can wrap myself up in it and keep warm. It also matches with most things because it's primarily cream coloured with black and white - meaning it will definitely be making more than a few appearances this winter. I combined the scarf with simple items so that the shine isn't taken off the BEAUT scarf. These jeans are from Liquor & Poker - Asos, new and were a feature in my previous blog post. The long sleeved top is from Topshop and is plain navy with a white round collar and cuffs. Keeping it simple is essential for winter, so that you can wrap up in LOADS of layers to keep warm and cosy. Lastly, I popped on my 'builder boots' which are fr…

Ripped jeans in November

HELLO MY LOVELY HONEYS! 
I am so so sorry it has been forever since I have posted anything onto the blog. But sometimes, life just gets in the way! With work, Alevels and new exciting business ventures, it can be so difficult to find some time where you want to get dressed up for a blog post - ironically this is a dress down look. Anyway, I am going to attempt to get back into gear and blog more regularly again - no promises mind...
So today I wanted to show you my new jeans. They're from Asos and they only arrived yesterday so they're super new! I wore them today for the first time and I have to say I adore them. They have a very distinct distressed look which I love and which ties in lovely with the ripped jean effect. They're also a slouchy number, and I have found myself pulling them up again and again, forgetting they're not your average pair of jeans. Habits aside, I've really grown fond of them already! The zip detailing at the bottom is also great, especially…