Wednesday, December 7

Mixing Vintage with Modern-Faux Fur and Miss Worth

Hi everyone, I hope you are all having a great week so far! One of my key pieces for winter so far has been this faux fur winter white gilet by New Look, which I thrifted last year at the boot sale for only £2.

I'm wearing it with another high street favourite of mine, this fluffy black jumper by River Island, which I purchased last year brand new. Both pieces are teamed with my vintage 50s skirt by Miss Worth-originally a dress, but altered into a skirt to make it a versatile and key item in my wardrobe.


My black Clarks boots complete this winter look and black and winter white are definitely my favourite colour pallettes at the moment.


What is your favourite colours to wear this winter season?

22 comments:

Louise said...

At the risk of looking like Santa, I do like a bit of warming red in this weather. X

Rebecca said...

Black! Most definitely black. And you look amazing in black.

The boots look so great with this outfit in my opinion.

Perdita said...

I'm very into sapphires and blues- they enable the wearing of white all year round. Also a smart alternative to black!

janettaylor said...

I need a furry vest! You look so brilliant, darling Sharon!

Have a lovely day!

FairyFiligree said...

My favourite colour this winter is still not in place. YOu see the weather is still not stabilised and whilst we're in December we've had days of 21 degrees Celsius which is warm and then just a jacket to warm up with when it gets nippy. I am looking forward to wearing my turquoise wool coat though - as soon as becomes just a bit colder.

Vix said...

That skirt looks brilliant with the gilet! I'm wearing every colour I can find, I hate winter so something bright and cheerful is needed to make me happier! x

Fashion, Art and other fancies said...

I' wearing bright colours this winter.
I agree with Vix;-)

Penny Dreadful said...

I love those boots, so smart and practical. I wear all colours, all the time. As long as it isn't dull! xx

Looking Fab in your forties said...

Love this outfit on you! I remember you altering the dress into a skirt and what a great outcome!

hippiebohoreloaded. said...

really an awesome mix, my dear! love that outfit a lot, that waistcoat goes so well with the skirt!

I love to wear my mustard yellow winter coat, a pop of colour is great to fight the grey.

Anusha said...

You look so lovely! Winter white with black is one of my all-time favorite cold weather color combos! I love how you're wearing skirts for cold weather ... this is something I'm trying to do more too. :o)

Style Eyes Ethical Fashion Blog said...

I love the way you have mixed old with new and this outfit has worked really well. Red is probably my favourite.

Ofelia said...

Very lovely outfit! Love the boots and the skirt prints.
During our winter I like to wear lots of color and anything black and white.
Have a great weekend,

Lakota [Faith Hope and Charity Shopping] said...

I like teal in the winter, in fact my teal skinnies would look great with your furry gilet or furry jumper. I may have to pop round...

Heather said...

Oh you look so cute love the vest!! I have been wearing dark purple :) one of my favorite winter colors ~Have a great weekend Love Heather

Please may I? said...

My favourite has to be red. Although I am also loving black too.


That gilet looks super cosy. The whole outfit looks chic.

X x

WendyB said...

Black is always a favorite of mine!

WendyB said...

OT: You're on the Huffington Post again! http://www.stylelist.com/wendy-brandes/tis-the-season-for-peplum_b_1130707.html

Pearl Westwood said...

Looking stylish and warm! I must get my gilet out too!

Bonnie said...

Hi Sharon, I love that furry vest of yours and what a brilliant idea to turn the dress into a skirt. I love black and white, it's so crisp.

xo, Bonnie

Make Do Style said...

Great outfit - I'm loving black and white big style at the moment too xx

MyStyle said...

Hi everyone-thanks so much for the fabulous comments, they are very much appreciated xxx

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