Tuesday, 18 December 2012

The 12 outfits of Christmas - Day 5: A The Zara coat

After I posted yesterday's blog, the Whistles scarf that I was wearing had an unfortunate encounter with a chocolate roulade. It somehow got caught up in it as I was rolling it up. Now I know why Mary Berry works in the print in her outfit via a Zara bomber jacket.
 
As we were off to see my Mum today for a Christmas visit, I thought that I ought to wear some sparkle. I knew that not only would she appreciate it but also that I would blend in with the surroundings. My Mum is the Queen of Christmas decorations - no surface is left unadorned!
 
 
I had intended to keep my top for Christmas day but I woke up feeling in need of a little sparkle as I think I have an ear infection.  This Reiss top is so comfortable and warm (and a little sweatshirt like in shape) that, when paired with some black Jigsaw trousers with a cuff at the bottom, I could almost convince myself that I was in a comfortable shell suit. Perfect!


The coat is a recent Zara purchase, which I also featured in an article for Easy Living magazine. Since buying mine, I have also seen it in a camel/black colour combination. Despite not being wool, the coat is really warm and comfortable too. Having chosen my Marc Jacobs handbag, we were good to go on our trip to see Grandma Pickles.

3 comments:

  1. Nice coat! Would love to see what it looks like fastened / from the back :-)
    And you have a link to it in camel/black?
    I'm assuming that it has two tone sleeves rather than being short-sleeved... (?)

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  2. Hi Thea, I have included a link to the camel coat but am not sure that it will work. The coat is called the "Woolen (sic) coat with quilted sleeves" and it's £89.99 - lots of pics too! http://www.zara.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/product/uk/en/zara-neu-W2012/269183/1026503/WOOLEN%20COAT%20WITH%20QUILTED%20SLEEVES

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