The dress suitable for multiple seasons

Although bare legs are hardly acceptable in winter, a little bit of skin showing never hurts in my opinion! Freezing or not I absolutely adore this dress!

I wore this outfit on a cold morning to breakfast at The Elan Cafe in Mayfair, which you probably would have seen on my Instagram as it is the cutest (and most pink) place to go for a coffee and food.

This laced up dress is extremely floaty but still accentuates the waistline with the use of elastic. There is so much detail on this dress and I particularly like the lace up as the neckline and the wide sleeves. The grey cardigan has been my best winter purchase since it is suuuuper warm and snuggly, I don’t even wear a coat over this (more because that wouldn’t fit) as it is already so thick and warm! I saw the pink one in store first and thought that was a no-brainer but my mum convinced me to get the grey one and I am glad she did! I would advise to get your normal size in this one and not to go oversized as the sleeves will end up too big if you do.

These boots have been such a staple piece in my collection and I have been wearing them non-stop! I bought an amazing burgundy pair as well recently but I find that I don’t get as much wear out of those ones as I do with these boots, also because these ones only have a small heel so it is really easy to walk on them for a longer time! Aldo is one of my all-time favourite shoe stores in the UK, I shop there all the time, especially their sale is worth the wait! – many seasonal product will go into the sale, boots like these not so much but it is worth investing in a pair!

I love the fact that all the London locations are only a few tube stops away from me now, it is so good for taking blog pictures! A lot less windy here too compared with the seaside town I lived before.

What is your favourite spot to take photographs? I would love to know to gain more inspiration!


Dress – NA-KD
Cardigan – River Island 
Boots –  ALDO


Pictures taken and edited by Jasmin! Check out her blog ‘Tea and Twigs‘ – I read it all the time she writes such interesting posts!