Gosh that bottom photo would of been quite nice if I hadn't pulled that odd looking expression, ho hum. Anyway this is just a little post to show you my lovely new Chelsea boots courtesy of Style 369, I won the boots through a competition on twitter and now they have become a winter staple straight away. These boots are in a size 5 with triple E fitting on the width, they fit really well and perfect to go with floral dresses as well as leggings or a multiple of my skirts. On the side of the boots there is a zip situated, there is also and elastic section on the opposite side of the boot but I personally think this piece is on the shoes for purely aesthetic purposes. The Chelsea shoes are also made out of leather which was just perfect for my trip to Antwerp in the near Arctic conditions, haha.
Right now on to what I wore with my wonderful boots on this occasion. These tights are some of the comfiest I own though they are a little long for my short stubby legs, haha. The tights in question are from peacocks and considering the awfully cold and a little bit snowy weather they are perfect! Next on my list is my short sleeved polo shirt type top, which is from the men's selection of clothing from pop boutique in Manchester. The store itself is situated in the northern quarter they also have a store in Liverpool, my lovely brother actually bought me this top when I went into Manchester with him a year or so ago. My skirt is from Dorothy Perkins and was roughly under three pounds in the sale utter bargain I know, it's actually perfect I really love this style of skirts at the moment (which you can probably tell, haha). The fabric is a denim style and the back is elasticated and it's just so comfortable but it also looks quite smart. Right the cardigan here was a very speedy buy, I needed a new one with long sleeves for my trip and I had popped into Matalan for a proper pair of pj's and spotted this and it fits well and is warm and with its cropped style is sits perfectly with all my dresses, which is great for this time of year.
And finally I can tell you about the beautiful boxy styled bag! As a small group while on my trip we went to some second hand designer stores (so out of my price league) but down a little street there was this little shop bursting at the brim with bags, I joke not! And this little piece of a vintage beauty was sitting in the window and I knew I had to have it. After my lovely friend bullied me into buying it (which I'm very glad she did) I think I will be keeping this bag for quite a while I'm thinking I might use it as a sewing box too. At fifteen euros I feel it wasn't cheap but this is the girl typing who tends to get the majority of her bags from charity shops! Finally the whole look was brought together with my wonderful Chelsea boots, which remind me of my little ankle horse riding boots from when I was about three which I loved!