Light reflects from your shadow.

Wide-brimmed hat: £15, Marks and Spencer. Tartan Scarf: £8, ebay. Sailor coat: £63, Topshop. Ghost jumper: £56, JW Anderson x Topshop. Blouse: Miss Selfridge. Corduroy circle skirt: American Apparel, via ebay. Bag: French Connection. Wellies: Hunter.  Necklace: Urban Outfitters. Creepy face: model's own.

I don't really like snow. I like the idea of it, the stillness in the air, and the blanketed whiteness of the landscape, but, clumsy as I am, the higher likelihood of falling over isn't one I look forward to. Thankfully this year I had some sensible footwear (yes, mum), as I'd won a pair of Hunter wellington boots in Char's giveaway a couple of months ago. They, so far, have helped me stay upright and salvage some amount of dignity that this season otherwise seems intent upon destroying.

Right now, my life would ideally be spent revising for my seventeenth century novel exam on Friday, but I have been led astray a couple of times for friends' birthdays, and have somehow found myself throwing myself on my bed around 3am wondering why I went out without tights on. But I promise I'll be back to reading Sense and Sensibility with a good cup of Yorkshire Tea (brand of choice, just so you're aware) once I've clicked publish.

19 comments:

  1. i love your UO 'R' necklace, and your hunter wellies are perfect for this weather! ox

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  2. Love your outfit, great photographs!
    Katie xx
    http://gravityandshe.blogspot.co.uk

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  3. oh hellloooo pretty, that hat it lush with a capital L.
    everything about this fab, just fab!
    lots of luuurve xxxxxxxx

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  4. Your necklace is so cute. Lovely put together outfit.
    Go hunters! I wore them all day yesterday, they're the only things that keep my feet dry in this weather!

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  5. Yorkshire tea - I've trained you well. Thank god you're taking some time to relax (going out mid exams, that's ma gurl), are you free Easter weekend? It's my birthday, I'm having a snobs night out in Brum, gonna get some other bloggy babes along too. ♥ Claire @ Jazzpad

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  6. Love that hat, it's so pretty!
    x

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  8. Love this outfit! Gotta love our tartan scarves too :) x

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  9. You're so cute! So cosy and stylin'. Love the Hunter wellies. The snow looks so beautiful.

    x

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  10. Yay for the wellies, hope your'e managing to keep your toes warm!
    I love the snow, but the icy slush it seems to turn into is a total drag.

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  11. Wellies are definitely the way forward in the snow! I love your hat though, keeping things very chic indeed x x

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  12. Fabulous look! Really loving that hat and your initial necklace xo

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  13. you're mad, it's all about typhoo tea ;) I hate the snow, I have to wear ugly shoes and put hats on which mess up my hair, so rude.

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  14. Yorkshire Tea is the best tea. Yep.

    I find snow to be terribly inconvenient if one has to leave the house. I'm choosing to enjoy the snow this year by staying indoors and just staring at it's pretty white glory through my window.

    x

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  15. I hate the snow, such a grinch but it is just SO inconvenient!

    Maria xxx

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  16. Loving the wintery oxblood shades against navy - so cute! I'm a sucker for corduroy too, can't beat it xxx

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  17. Oh I love your scarf and your necklace

    Please come and check out my latest post if you have a few minutes spare :)

    www.fragile-bird.blogspot.co.uk

    Helen

    X

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  18. i'm not into the snow at all, it's all gone now. wicked hat that

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