22/12/2015

OUTFIT | Into The Jungle - Bordeaux & Zebra Print

Here's a little outfit from a few weeks back that I never got round to posting. I have been struggling with getting content up lately due to starting a completely new job, which has just been taking up all my time and energy as of late, so I'm just finding my feet at the moment and hoping to settle into more of a routine come the new year and get my blogging mojo back! 

Bordeaux, burgundy, oxblood, plum - whatever you want to call it, it's the colour of the season and I for one cannot get enough of it at the moment! I decided to go a little bold with my styling with this outfit, finally wearing my beloved zebra jacket which I picked up in the River Island sale back in March, but just never got round to wearing up until now. I adore the rich, burgundy faux fur collar combined with the striking zebra print, and knew it would work perfectly with this cute A-line zip through skirt that F&F kindly sent me for last season's LFW. 
also had these uber cute pointed, patent oxblood booties from the Missguided sale last year, which just work perfectly with the colour palette, as well as the gold buckles tying in very nicely indeed with the gold zip on the skirt as well as the jacket - I do enjoy good coordination when it comes to details. The focus is clearly all on the jacket with this ensemble, therefore a simple black polo neck was all that was needed to tie the whole look together, as well as minimal jewellery apart from this simple but chic little necklace from Tempest Jewellery.

Are you a fan of the burgundy trend of the season?


What I'm Wearing:

Jacket - River Island
Polo neck - Zara
Boots - Missguided
*Skirt - c/o F&F
*Bag - c/o Next
*Necklace - c/o Tempest Designs

1 comment:

  1. Love the colour palette and that top is so cute!
    xo
    styleontheside.com

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