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Picnic anyone?

You know when you’re browsing and come across something so weird but fabulous, you just have to have it? Well this skirt is exactly that. I was on the ASOS website a couple years ago and saw this gem of a skirt in the sale section. Some of you may think I should have quite frankly left it there, but I absolutely love it!

I proudly call this my picnic blanket skirt and tend to wear it during winter; it’s so warm against the cold and very comfortable. I didn’t want to detract from the skirt, so kept the rest of the outfit black, with a pop of colour from the scarf.

A close-up of the pattern in all its fabulousness!

Skirt: ASOS
Cardigan: South (via Very)
Top: Topshop
Scarf: Dorothy Perkins
Shoes: Dorothy Perkins

So glad the Christmas and New Year shenanigans are over. It’s nice to have a normal routine again (other than having to go back to work, obvs!).

‘Til next time folks :)

Love and hugs,


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