So they days in London have started getting longer and brighter and it seems like there is a glimpse of light at the end of the tunnel and spring is almost here. Over the weekend my husband and I went for one of our favourite things to do on a lazy day, Sunday Brunch.
We tend to sleep in on the weekend and given we always end up skipping lunch, brunch is the perfect way to start the day. Our favourite spot is Balthazar in Covent Garden, their Eggs Royale are to die for and I love how buzzing the place is especially on a Sunday. After brunch we tend to go for a walk around the west end and enjoy the few rays of sunlight we get in this city, so I like to keep my outfit quite casual and comfy, so I can enjoy a long walk but I still like to look polished.
On this occasion I went with my favourite coat this winter, this oversized Max and Co. piece I got last year. I love the colour and because its oversized its perfect to layer pieces underneath and keep yourself warm during chilly winter days. The oversized cocoon structure also makes it perfect to finish off any outfit giving it a very chic and trendy vibe whilst still keeping things comfortable.
I paired my coat with a navy jumper by Pedro del Hierro, a crisp white collared shirt and my favourite pair of classic blue jeans by Acne Studios. I love how comfortable these jeans are despite being skinny, they have the perfect amount of stretchiness to them whilst still keeping their shape and I love the fact that the colour does not fade after a few washes, which definitely makes them worth the investment.
To finish off the outfit I chose this Carolina Herrera over the shoulder tote, which gave the outfit a more casual vibe, on oversized pair of sunnies by Prada and my most favourite acquisition of this year, my flat Ferragamo boots. I got these boots in the winter sale and they have to be the best things I have bought this winter. I was a bit apprehensive about getting them at first given the thicker sole made them look a little to chunky for my frame, but the gold detailing counteracts this beautifully brining a touch of elegance and femininity to the piece, and the thicker sole actually makes them perfect for rainy London as it keeps your feet super warm.
These are some of my winter staples, let me know in the comments below what you love to wear over the winter months!