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It’s Friday again and one thing is for sure; there is definitely a nip in the air this week. When temperatures start to drop, it’s easy to forget about style; being warm is top priority. All I want when it is cold out are chunky, cosy knits. It’s hard to keep chunky and warm cardigans from looking frumpy. I think the best way to wear bulky knits and still look somewhat fashionable is to team the knitwear with a pretty dress and some studded boots. The pretty dress adds a bit of glam to the look while the boots bring some edge. Seemingly contrasting items can look really good together.

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This Aran style cardigan is actually from It is really warm and cosy but it’s also a very nice piece of knitwear. I love the toggle buttons.

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This teal swallow print dress is from New Look. If you have been reading this blog for a while you will know I find it hard to resist anything in teal. I will still get loads of wear out of this pretty dress in the far away summer.

Biker boots would be great with this outfit but I have these studded boots with a small block heel from Marco Tozi. Since I’m only 5’, 2” I prefer boots with a heel. Although a good pair of black flat ankle boots are high on my wish list so I can move faster when trying to dash out of rain and hail showers. Loads of you will have bought biker boots last year and you can dust them off now, if you haven’t already done so, because they are still hot for this year.

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How do you like to wear your cosy cardigans?



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