February 24, 2013

Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere

coat c/o, pants c/o, cardigan c/o

I'm sorry about the overload of photos in this post, I couldn't decide which ones to keep and which ones to delete. I've recently become a bit of a bookworm-- after a long year of barely ever reading any proper literature, I've decided to leave the lazy old 'me' remotely far behind me and... start a new chapter (see what I did there?!) This year, in twenty-thirteen, I'll try to read as many books as possible, suggesting I'll dip into at least one book every month. If you reckon that you know a book worth reading, please leave its title in the comments, it would help me out a lot, since I'm a bit lost in all of this book-business. Besides that, I've been spending my time watching That 70's Show and thinking about how I would simply love to have lived in the Seventies with a capital S.
The outfit was something I threw on really quickly as I was heading out of the house. Shout out to The  Editor's Market for hooking me up with yet another pair of kick-ass pants (I also got my camo ones from them, I seriously adore their website). The cardigan's a new add to my closet, it's from Ax Paris (click), and the fluffy/furry/soft thing coat is from whom I can't thank enough, because I am madly in love with this coat. 


CP and KW said...

love your coat!
kw ladies in navy

Charmaine Cowland said...

your style is perfect!

Charmaine Cowland said...

your style is perfect!

Anonymous said...

You look so gorgeous! I love your style and hair xo

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Ellie said...

Love your style! & also I hated reading because I spend my life watching friends mostly haha, but I just read 'the fault in our stars' by john green & 'the perks of being a wallflower' by stephen chbosky and there both super good, definitely recommend x x

Demmy said...

Love your pants and fur coat, so cute. I recommend Ashes by Ilsa J. Bick if you want something a little creepy and suspense filled. I also suggest Keeping Secrets by Alysson Noel if you want a more emotional and feminine book :) x

the creation of beauty is art. said...

I absolutely love those pants with that sweater. This look is amazing!

Olivia Burn said...

Love love love your outfit! x

Iulia Romana said...

Oh man, I love that fuzzy fizzy jacket of yours ! xx And don't worry about the overload of photos, we like it that way !

Inspiration partout said...

Beautiful trousers!

FashionFreak/Mihaela said...

oooh that white coat/jacket is absolutely amazing! i always love your outfits.


Inês Brito said...

You always look so fabulous! ♡

Austė said...

wooow!!! osom :*

The Daydreamer said...

I love this outfit!! Also got the same boots and yes they rock every outfit <3 Loving those pants too!!

Anonymous said...

"La vie en rouge" est un livre super! Je ne me souviens plus de l'auteure, mais l'histoire se déroule en Chine vers le années soixante. C'est trop touchant!

Birgit said...

what a beautiful photos. Love the faux fur coat and the whole combination. And by the way the car in the background is amazing

Jessica said...

I love the print on the trousers! I want to start reading more but I simply don't find the time :( I suggest the 'Hunger Games' to any one!

Carla Ortega said...

I really loved the jacket is pretty and look warm, maybe can you chek the saga of dark elf from R.A so feminist full of adventures and magic, fantasy, is my favourite book test it!

Leanne Rachel said...

Your fashion sense is just amazing. I love this look! xx

Sera said...

i love your fashion sense! you're my inspiration <3

some books i love are 'the fault in our stars' by john green and 'looking for alaska' by john green as well:))


Pardon My Fashion said... those chunky shoes.


Marti said...

Perfect outfit! <3


Aspyn J. said...

i love this look. this is amazeballs.

Marie said...


Anonymous said...

Absolutely love your style.

I'd recommend the dark materials by Philip's a fantasy fiction trilogy and it's amazing. They tried to make the first book into a film with Nicole Kidman in it and Daniel Craig but it was terrible. The books are great though

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