The Winter Cape

River Island cape | New Look knit dress | Ego ankle boots | Peacocks* sunglasses | H&M fedora

Since purchasing this River Island cape, I literally can't stop wearing it. Its such a statement, yet its so easy to style, so don't be surprised if you see it crop up a few more times on Unfashionable Sunday's. 
Another newly purchased favourite, this knit dress from New Look, I'm getting a little bit obsessed with knit dresses, I'm already eyeing up a long sleeve version from Mango.
Of course to finish off the outfit as always my trusty fedora, and these amazing ankle boots which I picked up in the black friday sales, I was drawn to the wooden effect heels and I like how the are slightly longer than a normal ankle boot. Its all those little details.

Roll Neck & Knit Skirt

All Saints leather jacket | River Island roll neck | River Island skirt | Pretty Little Thing faux fur bag | Ego ankle boots | Urban Outfitters sunglasses | H&M fedora

I find in winter, I become a bit lazy when it comes to dressing myself. The safe bet, a chunky knit and jeans. So lately I have banned the jeans, well for a little while anyway and forced myself to come up with different outfits whilst still being weather appropriate, in my last outfit post, I mentioned how I was quickly becoming obsessed with knit dresses, well that obsession now includes knit skirts. I picked up this beauty from River Island and it couldn't be more perfect, the fit, the colour, the length and to top it off, it keeps me warm. I paired it with this roll neck also from River Island, my ankle boots from Ego and lastly this faux fur bag from PLT which I just feel ties the whole outfit together and adds that little extra something.
And of course with it being December and all, I couldn't possibly leave the house without a jacket, today's option my beloved All Saints leather jacket. 

A Lush Christmas


Its christmas time, how could I not take a trip to Lush, todays a quick peek at what I picked up from the Lush Christmas range, which by the way is amazing as always. I had to restrain myself from going overboard and I done quite well, with only 5 things, which are...

How could I not pick this bubble bar up, I mean it has a jingle bell attached to it. Plus the scent of cinnamon is just really Christmassy (If thats even a word?!)

Peeping Santa
How could I go in to Lush to shop their Christmas range and not come out with a Santa, and how cute is this Peeping Santa bubble bar. Also the Candy Mountain one similar to this looks and smells incredible too 

Snow Fairy
Need I say no more... I just had to, who wouldn't want a candy-floss scented shower gel with a bit of sparkle, probably quite a few people but its a must in my eyes. 

I love the Butterball bath bomb, so this little guy was a must for me, I love the vanilla scent and the cocoa butter literally leaves your skin feeling so incredibly soft afterwards.

Luxury Lush Pud
The Luxury Lush Pud has this amazing lavender scent to it, Lush believes this bath bomb is perfect for banishing tension and aiding relaxation, which will be perfect for me, because as you may know I work in retail, and when retail meets Christmas its hectic. So I'm looking forward to popping this one in my bath and chilling out.

And that's all that I picked up for the Christmas Lush range, I'm not going to lie there was plenty more I wanted to try out, so I may or may not end up in there again before Christmas is over. I just cant help myself. Who else has tried any of the Christmas Lush range?
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