some of my favourite, most inspiring, and most doable winter looks this year are from, surprisingly, uk-based boden. the brand--i've been watching them for years--has never damaged my pocketbook as much as it has this time around and it's spurring infatuation. (as if i need another retailer to entice me with their fashions. heaven help me.)
their look this winter season is right up my alley: effortless chic with a whimsical parisian flair, balanced with a down-to-earth tone--not as complex as it may sound. good clothes make looking put together truly effortless and compliments come as surprises because you're in the mindset that you just threw this on--no fuss. boden's pieces help me capture that day-to-day look and keep me feeling feminine and flirty and cute and fun and cozy--all at the same time. some of their pieces are bound to be classics and will rotate through my closet for years to come.
now that's what i call fashion. that's my style.
images courtesy of bodenusa.com
sixties jumper, $54.60 wore this in black last friday! tempted to snatch it in another colour / soho shirt, $68.60 can't wait to wear this in flame / boiled wool coat, $114.00 / sixties coat $178.80 / boho dress, $59.20 / loulou dress, $76.80 / printed a-line skirt, $23.40 shown twice / metallic lace pencil skirt, $44.40 / grace skirt, $58.80 / pleated midi dress, $130.70 pining over this one / velvet henley, $19.00 this would be perfect for a saturday of errands / natalie dress, $44.40 / swishy jersey skirt, $58.80 new favourite everyday skirt / must have jumper, $48.60 / winter roll neck, $68.60 want it but grey is out of stock; sad / lace paneled dress, $57.00 / metallic lace top, $44.40
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