Fashion Outfits

Outfitting || I’m Dreaming of a Grey Christmas

I’ve been increasingly drawn to wearing grey – I’m not sure if it’s the hold that Scandi-themed Pinterest boards have on me, or York’s architectural aesthetic reaching into other aspects of my life. The vast majority of my wardrobe these days are neutrals (with the odd bright floral print thrown into the mix). If you’d have told that to me a few years ago, I never would have believed you! Joules is always one of my “go-to” brands. Particularly for coats and jumpers. My trusty winter parka is from Joules as is my shockingly yellow, but extraordinarily happy raincoat. (I’ll hold my hand up and admit that I have a pair of Joules wellies as well. Waterproof can totally come stylishly.) 

If you’re still looking for some cozy knits to bundle up in over the festive period, I recommend popping in and taking a look around. The first outfit is one of their oversize jumpers (for maximum comfort) tucked into a skirt. I wore this as a day look, but with more dramatic makeup, a statement necklace and some jazzier shoes, this could definitely serve as a holiday party look. I really like the casualness of the dropped shoulders which adds a slightly unique aspect to it. The second outfit features a jumper with a beautiful cutaway inset of a woven floral print. It screams lazy afternoon brunch to me. 

If you are still looking for some Christmas gifts (only 9 shopping days left!) then a cozy jumper would definitely be something that I’d suggest!

Joules Knits Two Ways







Outfit 1 details: Jumper c/o Joules || Skirt || Shoes (similar) || Tights







Outfit 2 details: Jumper c/o Joules || Jeans || Shoes || Bralette 

*I was gifted these two jumper for review, but my opinions are forever my own.* 
** I am wearing a small in both jumpers**

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  • TravelWithNanoB

    I love the subtle floral accents to cheer up the neutrals.

    • I like it because of that too – it doesn’t take away it’s neutrality but just elevates it a smidgen. x

  • The jumper with the grey skirt is just gorgeous!
    Bee | QueenBeady.com

  • Only when I clicked on the links did I realise that the second jumper actually had the top underlay included – it’s beautiful! Though you’ve chosen very similar styles in both of them, initially I didn’t realise they were different from each other! πŸ˜‰ Alice xx

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  • I love the second jumper with the open floral print back!

    • It’s such a lovely fun pop of colour. They get a big thumbs up for the design on this one. x

  • Cute cute photos!! I’m a big fan of the open-back sweater πŸ™‚

  • I am in love with that front button skirt! I’ve been wanting one, but just haven’t found one I loved yet. And I agree with you about grey! It’s my favorite neutral, for sure.

    • This was the first one that I found to be flattering on me and the right length, etc. I’m sure yours is out there too! x

  • Laura Torninoja

    That first jumper especially looks sooo cosy! I love the whole outfit too, lovely pictures! x

    Laura // Middle of Adventure

  • You always look adorable! I wish I had your sense of style. My cosy jumpers are more frumpy than fashionable!

  • Miu

    I love the look of the second jumper, especially how you styled it, but I fear I would always have a cold back and have to wear a jacket on top πŸ˜‰

    • That’s a built in shirt into the jumper not a layer that I had to add in, so it’s not too bad! (And I really suffer from the cold, so I totally understand!) x

      • Miu

        Okay, that’s even cooler then!

  • these looks are completely adorable!!

  • Cute! I love the one with the floral insert. And I can never seem to pull off the tucking-shirt-in-front look. I have some skirts that I wanted to try it with, but it just doesn’t look right on me!