Wednesday, 21 December 2016

Versatile grey



I have never done a post like this before but I thought I would show you guys differing ways to wear this grey military style long overcoat. I purchased this coat last winter from Zara, I came across this coat on their website and instantly fell in love and before you know it, there was a knock at my door and there it was all nicely packed in the cute little Zara box. They have similar types in store at the moment so I would definitely give them a check, but I will also note similar types below for you so have a check below too!
I absolutely love this coat as it's such a versatile piece to have in your wardrobe, it pretty much goes with anything and you can dress it casually as well for an evening out if needs be. Most importantly it keeps you soooo warm AND it's super cosy and comfy! Giving off an elegant touch with either look you go for.

1. Cosy Grey's




So for the more cosy casual look, I paired the grey overcoat (Zara) with a grey thick turtleneck jumper (Glamorous), a white t-shirt underneath (Monki) to break the outfit up and grey slim jeans (Zara) which I cut and ripped the bottom of myself. I then finished the look off with black Vans (Office) and a black hijab. As I had a little meeting for this outing I still wanted to look quite sophisticated but feel snug and cosy whilst out and about too.


2. Girly Grey






We made a little trip to Notting Hill- Portobello Market, I must say it was such a beautiful place with it's pastel coloured houses/buildings and white clean vintage style houses. I so wanted to go back pack my stuff and just move into the pretty area. One day maybe one day... A girl can dream right? If you're ever in London or live there I totally recommend checking the place out. Fun fact- Notting Hill was actually used for a film called 'Notting Hill' starring Julia Roberts and Hugh Grants.  Thought I'd throw that in there. Have I watched the film? Nope but I'm about to now.

As for the outfit I wanted a more girly classy vibe this time round. I matched the coat with a blush pink velvet cropped jumper (super warm btw) ( Zara) with a white turtleneck top (Asos) and white chiffon slip dress underneath (Zara). I then wore blue ripped boyfriend jeans (Zara) and black heeled boots (New Look). I really loved this outfit as I felt it represented the area I was visiting classy and clean.

I hope you enjoyed the last two post beauties, I still have a few more upcoming so please stay tuned. I hope you found them of some help or of some interest and I will be back soon! If you have any queries please comment below or on my instagram I would love to help!


ModestMira
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