Sunday, November 25, 2012

Hello Heattech!

heattech1 Uniqlo Heattech
It's pretty hard to ignore the frost in the mornings or the immense amount of rain we've had at the weekend but one thing is fore sure, I am a keen advocate of the Heattech range over at Uniqlo which is perfect for this kind of weather. The clever technology behind the material (something to do with trapping moisture evaporating off your body in the fibres) means that they are perfect for layering up! I wear my scoop neck heattech tops a lot but this is the first time I've tried their leggings. They feel thinner than the usual leggings that I wear but they did the job and kept my legs nice and warm. Though my only criticism is that they're not made for people with short legs like me and I had a severe case of baggy knees!
Hello Heattech
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KG Booties
Jacket, Dress & Necklace - Topshop, Blouse - New Look, Sister's Cardi - H&M, Leggings - c/o Uniqlo, Boots - Carvela
Also lots of nice new things in this outfit post, this green jersey dress is a new wardrobe staple along with my absolute favourite blouse at the moment. I've been pretty impressed with New Look recently and I searched 3 of their stores for my size in this blouse. I've been wearing it underneath dresses, jumpers or just with some skinny black jeans, it's awesome. The booties were a bit of a splurge. I usually prefer boots with a bit of a heel but these were bought especially for my walks to the train station in the mornings. They're practical and really comfy - all I need! Except...well, I may have put a cheeky order through for some Converse over at Office today. In my defence, they were only £20 (bargain!) but a girl can never have too many shoes right?!
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