UGG turncuff glove – £125, J.Crew felt hat – £60
J.Crew plaid wool scarf – £68, Iris & Ink coat @ The Outnet – £210
Alice & Olivia sequin jean @The Outnet – £185
Gap leather clutch- £24.95, UGG Australia mini bailey button boot – £140
Total = £812.95
Fancy a weekend away for 2 to Copenhagen in a brand new pair of UGGs? Erm yeah, me too! I have a really fun blogger competition with UGG Australia to share with you today and the prize is kinda awesome… Here’s my ‘Feels like nothing else’ look, perfect for a chilly, romantic, winter city break, now show me yours! Good luck and I can’t wait to see your entries.x
Create a post with your dream ‘Feels Like Nothing Else’ look (like mine above) including at least one UGG product – it could be super fancy or cosy and comfy – whatever ‘Feels Like Nothing Else’ to you. Maybe some of these gorgeous boots will catch your eye! Give yourself an imaginary budget of £1000 and be sure to post your pricelist (like I did) and say why you chose the look.
To enter just share the link to your ‘Feels Like Nothing Else’ post in the comments on this post!
1 overall winner wins a weekend winter getaway to Copenhagen for 2
+ a pair of UGG classics + a pair of UGG slippers
2 runners up win a pair of UGGs of their choice
I am hosting this competition with the lovely Mel and we will jointly choose the overall winner and we will each choose one of our readers as a runner up.
Entries to the comp will close at midnight on Christmas Eve.
Please see full t’s & c’s here.
Some midweek floss won’t hurt will it?
Having a super busy week in the bluebellgray studio this week with Christmas promotion launches and photoshoots and Christmas jumper day – and that’s all in the first half of the week…
Bear with me though (not ‘bare with me’ as I just googled to check – that would be a different kind of blog) and I may have some more profound words by the end of the week – or at least a rather nice competition tomorrow – stay tuned!
coat – Betty Jackson at Debenhams (similar here or here & last seen here)
knit – Forever 21 (last seen here)
skirt – Mango
ferrell boot – Daniel (last seen here)
scarf – Celtic Sheepskin
leash – Ancol, coat – c/o Infindigo
dark star collection jewellery – Georgia Wiseman
It’s hard to believe I first met Georgia in London, where she helped me out of a pickle and bejewelled me for the Scottish Fashion Awards, when in fact we are both Glasgow based. I was delighted she agreed to send over these beauties from her Dark Star Collection so that I could prance round town like a baggy jeaned magpie (full look coming sooooon) and so that the camera could get a better look at them. I hope you will agree that they are quite special. Dear Santa…
Although I do recall feeling a little chilly taking these shots it is abundantly clear (not just because of the colour in those trees) that these were shot about 10 days ago. And, as you might rightly notice, shortly after returning from a trip to London where I may have popped in to J.Crew and been somewhat influenced by the styling. Stripes over denim and layered necklaces is something either I have taken from Jenna Lyons or something she has in fact taken from me… it feels right though, whichever came first, and one thing is for sure – ‘tis the season for layering.
tee – Mango via Asos (ON SALE!)
shirt – Gap – (last seen here)
ripped knee jean – Asos (last seen here)
ardell court shoe – Daniel (last seen here)
jade contessa & on the mark necklace – Stella & Dot
watch – Michael Kors, clutch – Next
denim leash – Ancol, coat – c/o Infindigo
Sad times for Glasgow this weekend. All those affected are in our thoughts.x
I’m super happy to be able to share this post with you! When Reiss asked me to show them Christmas in my City I was so chuffed – partly because I have been a long time fan of the brand for their directional high street range (and incredible sales) so discovering that they were even aware of Thankfifi was an absolute treat and partly because they invited me to choose my perfect party look. Yes please!
We shot the look in Royal Exchange Square and the funny thing was that the best spot for light was right outside the Reiss store (next to a well lit window graphic) – there’s a nice symmetry about that I think!
I really hope you like the look and the shots and please head over to the Reiss blog to read about Christmas in my City. Have a great weekend and thanks so much for reading.x
lyndon jacket – c/o Reiss
roe snake dress – c/o Reiss
ruby court – c/o Reiss
juliana scarf – c/o Reiss