Hello everyone! ♡
Welcome to Blogmas week day 5! Can you believe there is only 4 days left until Christmas! I break up for Christmas tomorrow and I am very excited! Today’s post I have for you is a festive comfortable outfit idea. I love incorporating Christmassy colours into my winter wardrobe but also you don’t need to be too glam or uncomfortable to be able to do that!Before this post starts I want to apologise for the bad photo angles. I had to do these myself as they day I wanted to go out and take them with my mum heavy snow hit Wales and it was too freezing to just stand around for too long taking photos!
Anyhow I hope you enjoy the post! Leave a comment if you did and have a lovely evening!
So I decided to go with a jumper because it keeps you lovely and warm and they can also be made super stylish! This one I got from Primark last year, it’s got such lovely details. The frills add to the shoulder cut outs really well and it is a very cute jumper and it is red which is the best bit as that makes it super festive! And being from Primark keeps it super cheap and it is also super cosy!
I just paired this jumper with some lovely comfy jeggings that are from New Look. I got these last years also and I love wearing blue jeans in the winter and they go really well with the red. They are also a great length for my super long legs which I have been suffering with recently, it is so hard to get jeans for long legs and small waists! But new look are fab!
For my shoes, I chose my trusty ones from New Look. They are lace up and are super comfy again. Boots are also great for this day where is was snowy and boots are super flattering and great to keep your feet warm. I do love these boots! How many times can I use the word boots lol?!
For my bag I decided on my River Island shimmery gold backpack. It is so cute and also really handy for keeping all your bits in! It is also super festive and pretty!
Here are some full outfit shots and some of the beautiful snow from this day! 😍
That is it for today’s post, what are your staple winter/festive clothing items? Thanks so much for reading, it means a lot and I’ll see you tomorrow for another post!
Lots of love and Christmas cheer!