It’s been a while since I last did an Outfit post huh? (In fact my last one was waaay back in October!)
I’m not a fashion blogger. But I kind of like the whole, “well I did this, and that was fun, and this was what I wore” thing. Rosie from The Londoner is ace at doing this and I guess that’s what I’m going to try and aim for.
You’ll remember that in my 2015 Goals post, I mentioned that I want to take more photos. This means I’m going to be carrying my big ol’ camera around with me more and (hopefully) bullying friends and boyfriend into taking more outfit pics for me.
This particular outfit is what I wore on Sunday to watch The Hobbit at the cinema.
First things first: I was seriously disappointed in the film. I think it;s my least favourite out of the entire Middle-Earth series. I felt like it was just one long sequence of action, with no actual story-telling. I felt myself zoning out several times and really had to force myself to concentrate, which isn’t something I usually have to do.
Highlights of the film: Cate Blanchett as Scary Blue Galadriel (FAB-U-LOUS), Richard Armitage as Dragon-Sick Thorin Oakenshield (amazing acting skillz) and Martin Freeman, who is both adorably normal and fantastically funny as Bilbo Baggins.
Now. The outfit.
Are you sick of seeing my Camel Coat yet?
The jumper is one I’ve had in my wardrobe for years and I always get a ton of compliments on it. But before it lived in my wardrobe, it belonged to my Dad.
Retro chic say whuuut.
It’s such an old jumper, in fact, that there’s a picture somewhere of my Dad wearing it, holding me as a baby! How’s that for proof of quality? Marks and Spencer’s I salute you.
I usually wear it as a dress, over thick leggings (fleece-lined from Primark) and boots (Primark). For this outing I also added my new bobble beanie hat and my current backpack of choice.
And, of course, the Camel Coat.
The whole outfit was warm and cosy and perfect for snuggling up in the cinema. Definitely one I’ll wear again!