Monday, 27 April 2015



Oversized by hayleighjm featuring Tom Ford
Its finally the time of year when it starts to get just about warm enough to not have to wear all your layers! Finally! I cannot wait to start wearing outfits like these, just a simple layer with extra accessories to keep me warm only if needed. 
I really love the time of year when you can wear jeans with a plain top etc. and not be too warm, as jeans with one top/shirt is my favourite combination. It stops those days where you find a super nice outfit that you love and then all of a sudden you realise you'll have to ruin it with a jumper or a coat!
I really love this outfit as I have really started to fall back in love with oversized flannels, I really do want to get myself one in this colour as it means I can wear it in a way that would fit much better with my 'style' than the red ones I used to wear. So I will be on the lookout for one! I adore these shoes for some reason as they just look so simple but they look like they would be so comfortable! You could pair this outfit so easily with boots if it was slightly colder and you did not fancy having your feet out!
I adore this beanie, honestly I do. I NEED one in my life! The colours are perfect for me and the bobble on the top is beyond cute and I think that keeping your head that little bit more warm would really come in handy through the transition months from winter to summer when you still need a little bit of warmth but not the whole shebang (I have no idea if I have spelt that right, schebang? Sheebang? Who knows!). 
I hope you enjoyed this little outfit inspiration post! All the links are down below if you would like to purchase any of the items in the set! 
H x

Plaid shirt

Joules skinny jeans
$91 -

Flat sandals

Tech accessory

Inverni beanie hat$265 -



  1. I loved your blog for ages and I just recently started a one by myself so if you wouldn't mind, could you check it? Thank you xx

  2. Seriously in love with those sandals!



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