Neutral Coats

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Will always be a big love of mine – they’re so easily adaptable for so many outfits, and the same applies to this coat from Warehouse (available here and it’s in the sale too!).

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I really love so many of their outerwear pieces at the moment and in particular this classic coat with a slight masculine twist, and with a less yellow tone than a camel hue, it goes just as well with grey tones, as it does, black and denim.

Plus, it is going to be perfect for all the tonal dressing this girl can manage. Wearing tones from the same colour spectrum will be big news as Winter sees in Spring, especially when it comes to neutral tones, such as camels and creams.

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As mentioned in a previous blog, I have always adored jumper dresses and I’m currently

pairing them with longline coats to make them current. Throw in an on-trend bag and these mules, it takes a modern twist on what would otherwise be a classic outfit.

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The grey jumper dress is from H&M (similar available here), the bag is another ring handled version from Zara (similar available here), and whilst they’re just seen how amazing are these Warehouse earrings (available here) too? Warehouse’s current jewellery range is really on point, with marble accents, unusual shapes and a modern take on jewellery design.

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The mules, as featured before, are now sold out, but similar are available here (I LOVE this version).

This will be my last post for 2016 – we’re now on a city break in one of my favourite cities and I’ll be back in 2017 (the year we’re getting married – eeek!) to share more outfits, travel diaries, and interior inspo!

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I’m sure the new year will bring lots of exciting new things for all of us, including a new blog layout for fallthreadoverheels.com!

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But for now, Happy New Year and thank you for all for reading along, your support means the world to me!

Lucy xxx

3 Comments

  1. December 31, 2016 / 2:30 pm

    Looking amazing! Happy new year ❤

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