Outfit: Shades of Grey and New Clarks Chelsea Boots

Gosh it was cold yesterday, so grey and damp too. I had a brief work meeting in the morning then spent a happy few hours in the kitchen baking and cooking in preparation for nine of my girlfriends who were coming for supper. I was glad of the warmth the hob and oven afforded. 

It was a fantastic evening and it will be on my blog tomorrow along with my fabulous outfit, part of which was from the Lorcan Mullany for Jacques Vert collection that I wrote about at the start of the week. 

Yesterday’s outfit consisted of not quite fifty but quite a few shades of grey although I added a splash of colour and a much appreciated extra layer with a floral scarf.

There is just one of these gorgeous heart pendants left in my boutique now.

The scarf is also from my boutique and is black with a red edge and red and pink flowers to brighten even the greyest of days.

My boots are from the new season collection at Clarks. They are a twist on a Chelsea boot and a little more pointed than most of my other boots.  I absolutely love them and I predict they’ll become an essential part of my autumn winter wardrobe and worn with dresses as well as jeans.
They are comfortable, well made and run true to size and like all of my Clarks footwear, these are a size 7.

Love Liz x

I’m thrilled to have been chosen as Next’s blogger of the month for September. I love writing my blog and. It’s my passion and my hobby so it was a lovely surprise when I received this!
Thank you Next!

Outfit details
Black top with sheer sleeves, Next AW14
Graphite coated jeans, Laura Ashly AW14
Grey waterfall cardigan, Fat Face
*Ankle boots, Dalhart Salsa, Clarks AW15 £80

My boots were a gift from Clarks as part of an ongoing collaboration. All opinions are 100% honest and all content is my own. I was not paid to write this post. Thank you for supporting the brands that support my blog.


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