Chanel Inspired Skirt

Zara Skirt (very similar) | Primark Jumper | Furla Bag (similar for the holidays) | CCC Boots (similar

If you know me personally, then you know my style has always been very classic. Tweed pretty much sums that up. I really, really love it and to be honest when it comes to the high street, Zara really does it best. Hence why it's probably the only shop I can't walk past without going in!

This past month, I have been focusing a lot of energy into making my house a home. It's such a joy to buy a piece here and there and see the difference it makes, and the excitement it brings. Things as small as putting up hooks and a shoe rack when you first walk in,  have made such a difference! It really does do a lot for your happiness to make the most of the small things. 

This weekend, my plan is to get the Christmas tree and decorations up, including lights. My neighbours have been putting me to shame, all the homes are so beautifully lit. Definitely a perk I didn't see coming about living in the UK again. 

I hope your weekend is going well, and the gift wrapping isn't too intense :)

Burgundy and Blue

Zara Coat | Zara Top | Quay Sunglasses (similar) | Zara Jeans (similar) | Asos Loafers (similar

I love the blue and burgundy combination here, and the mixture of textures. This checked coat has gotten so much use, and I have only had it a couple of months or less. It's a great piece for the wardrobe, and adds something extra to an otherwise easily boring winter outfit. 

This weekend has been really nice and low key. Next week I am looking forward to having a few days off and meeting a good friend in London at the weekend, who is flying in for a couple of days. Also have you put up your Christmas decorations yet? Seeing as I just moved back to the UK, I don't have any decorations yet, but I can't wait to start on it! My neighbourhood is already looking very festive, and I feel guilty for not contributing yet.