winter coats

As the beauty that is Autumn disappears before my eyes I think it is time. Time to bring out the winter coats, bobble hats and blanket scarfs. As much as I love the pretty colours of Autumn, the leaves are starting to disappear, the trees are starting to look bare and jack frost has made an appearance. And so, in a bid to cheer myself up because Autumn really has been so beautiful and full of colour, I may have been on a little shopping trip or two. I have a little confession to make – my name is Kerri-Ann, I am thirty six years old and I have an obsession with winter coats.  

Something amazing has happened this year, in the space of two weeks and I don’t quite know how – I have managed to sell my fluffy leopard print coat which despite my hopes and dreams never quite suited me, and I have found not one, but two new winter coats. I am in LOVE with these finds. Usually I find my winter coats in the January sales or as the season is ending which isn’t ideal, especially as we are forecast snow in a few hours of writing this post. 

Shopping for winter coats has never been so much fun. Finally, I have the winter coats my heart desire, a blend of colours to partner any outfit, a little bit of cutesy and a little bit of sass. This year I decided to start the hunt super duper early, mainly because for so many years I have quite simply missed the winter coat boat. And so to avoid all kinds of shopaholic stress I dove straight in and like any normal coat obsessed thirty something, I thought I would share my three new favourites with you… 

Pastel Pink love – Primark – £28…

winter coat, primark

Leopard print love – Primark – £25…

winter coats, primark leopard print

Keeping it simple with a grey boyfriend coat – New Look – £35…

winter coats, new look grey coat

Dear lovely readers, I am ready to rock my winter coats. Who’s with me?

KA x

5 comments on “My winter coats all wrapped up…”

  1. Loving these coats KA. I’m still on the look out for my perfect leopard print one. I’ve tried on so many but not found ‘the one’. I;ll have to pop into Primark I think xx

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