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Oversized Cardigan

23 10 2014 / BY Brunette Blogging

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Vila cardigan c/o – Topshop top – Diesel skinzee – Sam Edelman booties c/o – Zign leather bag c/o – & Other Stories rings


Colder temperatures might have an advantage in some cases – such as cuddling up under a blanket and staying cozy inside. When you actually do have to get dressed and face the real world, I’m very thankful for oversized fluffy cardigans like these. They can double as a security blanket and keep you all warm – what’s not to love? These fab booties are pretty much too good to be true – thanks to the thickness of the heel they remain comfortable, even though they’re pretty high. And yes, I tested them out by running around Antwerp first! Last but not least, the rings. Since my fingers are small and tiny, this trend is actually perfect for a gal like me – therefore I didn’t hesitate for a second when I saw these on sale at & Other Stories. My hands have been happier ever since.

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New in

21 10 2014 / BY Brunette Blogging

New in #8 FCUK cage heels - brunetteblogging.com

If there are two things every woman loves, it’s lovely brands at discounted prices. Don’t even try to deny that statement – I’m quite certain it’s true. My love affair with French Connection has been an ongoing affair, from dresses to sheer shirts and – the latest addition to the family: these very pretty nude cage heels. Even though we’ve officially entered fall and these shoes are more suited for warmer temperatures, I always consider it a good buy when you can get them at a discounted price and they count as a timeless piece. Get The Label sent these by FCUK my way, but they also offer brands like Levi’s, Nike, Converse and many more with discounts up to 75% – can you say score?