|Beret- ASOS Coat- UO via Depop Dress- Vintage (my pick) Jumper, tights- Primark Bag- C/O KoKo Couture Boots- Betsy (old, similar)|
It has suddenly got a lot colder in the North East, which I am not keen on, so I had to wear one of my Primark basic jumpers underneath to keep me snug, and I think the grey colour works really well with the tones in the dress, I also like the high neck which is definitely in keeping with the 60s vibes of this outfit. With the dress, I had to wear my most toned-down winter coat which comes in the form of my beloved Depop find, I do love the texture of this coat especially with the brocade fabric of the dress, and it keeps me super warm.
For accessories, I wasn’t feeling my usual fishnet tights due to the chilly weather so opted for my TinMan-esque sparkly tights, which are much warmer whilst still adding a fun touch to an outfit. As it was my birthday last month, I got my voucher from ASOS which I put towards this amazing beret! I do have a somewhat large collection of berets, so am stunned as to why I have never featured them on here up until now. Despite this one clashing with my hair, I really love the colour and the pom-pom on the top is such a cute touch and makes it so different to the others in my collection. I also wore my beloved Betsy boots which are great for adding a little bit of ‘toughness’ to a look as well as a more grungy vibe. I took my KoKo Couture Eliza bag, which they kindly sent to me last year to style for a post and I still love it! It is such a good size and I really like with the ‘paperclip’ style fastening on it.
I think I am actually going to start doing more food posts again, there are so many great places to eat now in Newcastle and so many which do gluten free so I want to share some of my favourites! The first which deserves an honourary mention in this post is Pink Lane Coffee, which does the best hot chocolate as well as amazing gluten free cake. The interior is also so cool and there is such a lovely vibe so it is quickly becoming one of my favourites in Newcastle! (It is also great for resting in after doing a lot of vintage shopping!)