I’ve been looking for a good winter coat for aaaaages, so I was delighted to stumble upon this little beauty. Best of all, it’s from Primark and only £25!
Jumper: Marks & Spencer
Jeans: JQ Jeans*
Bag: Cut Make Trim*
It’s also available in black and beige, if you don’t think you can handle the bright red. The faux fur collar is so snuggable too. I paired it with a black panel jumper and my new super soft black JQ Jeans.
The JQ jeans have a great legging fit and are made in Italy’s denim valley. I’ve never had a pair of black jeans before and they go with everything! I hate jeans shopping and I got these after looking online, so I was delighted it fit so well. I believe it’s always good to invest in a decent pair as you wear them all the time. These light stretch black raw jeans are available to buy here.
I accessorised the outfit with my beautiful leather barrel satchel bag by Cut Make Trim (see my previous post on them here). Love this as it’s just so pretty. Personally I think it gives an elegant twist to the traditional satchel. Love it as much as me? You can buy it in a whole array of colours here.
Finally I finished the look with my black flats, that I wear all the time. I always like to spend a little extra on flats, as they really are something you wear to death. I couldn’t resist these with their little bow detail when I saw them!
Hope you like my outfit post. Thanks for reading & ciao for now! x
Woosh – hair flick action shot!
It’s almost here! Newcastle’s first International Craft Beer Festival takes place this 24 – 26th October in Newcastle.
For one weekend only, over 50 of the leading craft breweries from all around the world assemble under one roof, providing an incredible selection of over 200 beers.
The festival takes place in Newcastle’s Boiler Shop and will feature “Meet The Brewer” sessions, an artisan cider cellar, a gin bar, a street food market AND the world class DJ, Mr. Scruff.
There’ll be international, national and local craft and keg beers. Here’s just some of the extensive list!
National: Beavertown, The Kernal, Five Points, Magic Rock, Camden Town, Thornbridge, Wild Beer Co, Weird Beard, Tiny Rebel, Harbour Brewing Co, Burning Sky, Redchurch, Hawkshead, Liverpool Craft Beer Co., Hanging Bat Brewing Co and Adnams.
Regional: Wylam Brewary, Allendale, Tyne Bank, Three Kings, The Bridge Tavern, Big Lamp, Jarrow, Durham, Mordue, Truefit, Out There, Anarchy.
I love events like these! The Boiler Shop steamer is growing from strength to strength, the street food market always delivers and the range of beer make this an event not to be missed this October.
Tickets start from £7.50 + BF and Full Weekend passes are £35:00 + BFGet your tickets here and I look forward to seeing you there for a pint (or two!) www.ticketweb.co.uk/CRAFTBEERCALLING