What I Wore – February

After the 68 year long January we had, February seemed to be over very quickly. I feel like I didn’t do much or achieve much this month. I had a few trips out with my mum and dad. Neil took me out for breakfast one morning as well.

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Neil treated me to some new pyjamas. This fabulous onesie is really comfortable, it has an elasticated waistline so it’s really flattering. It’s a lightweight material and very cosy to wear to bed. It came from Asos. I have a very fluffy bunny onesie (read about it here) from Yumi. It is very warm and comfortable but has me waking up at 2am in a right old sweat.

Unless you have been living under a rock, you cannot have failed to notice the snow. You only need to have logged into Facebook for 5 seconds to see 6 million pictures of snow! All that white, cold stuff has meant that I have had to wrap up warm. I picked up a fleece lined denim jacket from Missguided. It is stonewash, covered in floral embroidered patches. It has a very cool 90s vibe to it. It’s surprisingly warm on as well. I’ve got a big selection of bobble hats that have been very handy this month.

As always, enamel pins have featured in my wardrobe. You can head to my Instagram page for the details of makers.

Big cosy sweaters have been a must have this month. Especially the other week when the snow really set in and our boiler decided to check out.

The pink sweater is from Don’t Feed The Bears. I love their prints and I have a few very cool t-shirts from them as well. My Sad Ghost ClubΒ sweater is an oldie, I’ve had it for a long time and I love it.

I treated myself to some arm warmers from Velvet Volcano. They are bright, rainbow and colourful. They are beautifully well made and perfect. I get very cold hands and fingers and these are ideal. I got a set of matching leg warmers as well!

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I’ve been quite neglectful of my nails lately, they’d gotten so long and lovely. I’d got them into a shape I was happy with as well. They all started to break and they are short and stubby now!

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One of my favourite recent buys is a pink velvet hoodie from Missguided. It is longline so hides my bum and tum and I LOVE it.

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I picked up this Moomins tshirt from Primark in January. I got it a size bigger than I need as lately, Primark’s sizing seems to have gone mental.

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So that was February as told by my wardrobe. What cool sweaters have you been rocking this month? Get in touch below.

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  1. March 8, 2018 / 12:12 am

    Ah I love all of these outfits! I especially love that pink velvet hoodie! Thank you for sharing xx

    • Estelle Stevens
      Author
      March 8, 2018 / 12:52 pm

      thank you! I love the hoodie – its so fabulous!

  2. April 9, 2018 / 6:53 pm

    I always adore your outfits so much and they inspire me so much to bring a pop of colour into my outfits every day! πŸ˜€

    I love the Sad Ghost Club sweater so much and I really need to get one myself to show my support!

    I also love the rainbow arm warmers. I could have done with some during the crappy weather, but I’m going to keep my eye on them to pick up in the future. πŸ˜›

    As usual sweetheart, keep up the amazing work! πŸ˜€

    • Estelle Stevens
      Author
      April 19, 2018 / 10:45 am

      Thanks so much! I’m so glad that you find my outfits fun and colourful!!

  3. April 20, 2018 / 2:37 pm

    January really did seem to last for ages this year! XD I always LOVE your outfits, they are so very fabulous, especially when adorned with such awesome pin badges too!! I am lovin’ your Totoro hoodie, and also your Sad Ghost Club jumper… I really want to get some of the Sad Ghost Club apparel myself πŸ™‚ WOW THOSE ARM WARMERS!! They are soooo lovely! What a pretty Moomin tee too πŸ™‚ Primark has been releasing some really great things for the last few months, right!? I really want a Nickelodeon shirt, I’m a big fan of nostalgic 90s themed clothes x

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