My Most Worn Winter Clothing 2017

Winter has finally come to an end, so I would like to take this opportunity to reflect on my winter wardrobe before everything gets put away until next year. I thought it would be a good idea to show you my most worn clothing items from the winter.

I am very unadventurous when it comes to dressing for the winter; I pretty much just wear jeans, a jumper and a coat everyday…as long as I’m not cold, I’m happy! I have recently got two new favourite brands: Joules and Jack Wills- you will see them featured in this post!


This is the coat I have been wearing all winter…and all of last winter as well! I bought it from New Look in the petite section, I remember it cost £45. I remember how much it cost because it was the first brand new coat I ever bought. Previously, I just bought second-hand coats from charity shops and car boot sales. Parka coats have always been popular with people, but this is my first one. I remember trying them on before, but they never seemed to fit right and were too long. I saw this petite one in store and instantly knew it would be perfect for me! The hood came with a removable fur trim, I took it off though, because it became matted when wet from the rain.

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I will share these boots with you next before I get onto the jumpers. I would just like to point how much I love boots: biker boots, UGG style boots, leather boots, suede boots and chunky heeled boots like these ones. I got these from Shoe Zone last year for £14.99 (bargain!), they are still available here. These are actually my second most worn pair; my most worn ones are far too scruffy to show!! I can’t walk in high-heeled shoes/boots unless the heel is chunky like these ones. I wore these mostly with leggings as they tuck into the boot nicely; they go with every outfit as well!


I started shopping in Jack Wills around 6 months ago, before then I had never stepped foot through the door. I always assumed the clothing was too expensive, so always dismissed it. But, one day when I was in town I had some time to kill; I popped into Jack Wills to get away from the rain. I’m glad I did because there happened to be a sale on! I think I purchased a couple of t-shirts- now I’m hooked! Yes, their clothing is expensive compared to some other brands, but their sale prices can not be missed. I bought this jumper a few month ago in the sale for £23. Since I bought this’Tinsbury’ jumper, they have gone back upto full price (£59.95)- you can view it here.

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The next item is a jumper dress from Next. I bought this in the January sales when I went on a trip to Cambridge after Christmas this year. Next have a petite range which is ideal for me; this dress is the perfect length for me. The material is quite thin, so it’s nice to play around with layers. My favourite way to wear this is with a leather jacket, black leggings and chunky boots- shown below! I love the blush pink colour and the unique design of it! I bought it for £12, I think the original price was £30. I wore this outfit when I was going out for lunch with family.

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The final item is probably my favourite! I got this jumper from Joules. I remember trying this on in store when it wasn’t on offer; I never buy anything full price, so I waited for the sales! Joules have a very good outlet on eBay by the way; they sell their discounted clothing on there! I got this jumper from their eBay shop for £20.00.I love the colour of this jumper, it is a ‘camel’ colour which goes nicely with jeans. It is oversized in style so is very comfortable to wear! It washes well as it’s not made from wool.

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Question: what were your most worn items this winter?



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33 thoughts on “My Most Worn Winter Clothing 2017

  1. Great post!
    I love winter clothes. I have collected so many sweaters and cardigans that I love to pile on during winter. Down here in NZ, summer is ending and we’re heading into colder weather. So I get to pull them all out again 🙂

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      1. New Zealand can get to the same as UK generally. The lower parts of the south island can often get up to negative 10 degrees, and snow is common. But luckily, in Wellington, which is in the lower north island, it averages around 10-14 degrees. Our coldest days would be around 8.

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