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Classic Camel Coat Timeless Style For Winter

The Camel Coat is a classic staple and If you’ve been following along for a while you’ll know I am all about investing in classic pieces. I got this one this summer from Hobbs. It’s super soft and I love the length because New York is now in full Winter swing and it’s freezing! So this coat has been perfect for…
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Thanksgiving Celebrations In New York

Our first Thanksgiving in New York was so much fun! We kicked off the long weekend of celebrations with a walk along the Hudson River. The Hudson River runs next door to our apartment building and all the way down to the Statue of Liberty. That evening we warmed up with some eggnog and did some prep for Thanksgiving lunch.…
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Winter Red

At this time of year we all start feeling festive, don’t we?! I love Christmas it’s my favourite holiday season partly because it’s also my birthday in December so there’s always lots of celebrating going on in our household. Having just had our first Thanksgiving since moving over to New York I’ve started our festivities earlier than I would usually back…
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Styling This Seasons Teddy Coat

One of this seasons IT coats is the Teddy Coat. An oversized warm sheering coat to keep you warm this Winter. I usually tend to purchase any new winter coats in the summertime because retailers do anywhere up to 50% off on coats sold in the Summer months and then occasionally if a trend catches my eye then I’ll purchase…
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Keeping Warm in Over The Knee Boots

Over The Knee Boots or OTK’s as they’re more commonly known in the fashion world are my best friend at this time of year. The extra length really does make a difference in terms of keeping warm and they are great at elongating legs and making them look longer and thinner. Win, Win! Mine are from Stuart Weitzman. I’ve linked some…
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