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Edita wears | Tunic Days

Edita in George by Asda, Lipsy, Dolce Gabanna, YSL and Lulu Frost 1

Edita in George by Asda, Lipsy, Dolce Gabanna, YSL and Lulu Frost 4

Edita in George by Asda, Lipsy, Dolce Gabanna, YSL and Lulu Frost 2

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Edita in George by Asda, Lipsy, Dolce Gabanna, YSL and Lulu Frost 5

Edita in George by Asda, Lipsy, Dolce Gabanna, YSL and Lulu Frost 7

Edita in George by Asda, Lipsy, Dolce Gabanna, YSL and Lulu Frost 6

Edita in George by Asda, Lipsy, Dolce Gabanna, YSL and Lulu Frost 3

Jumper: c/o George at Asda, Faux Leather Trousers: Lipsy, Shoes: Dolce&Gabbana, Bag: Saint Laurent, Ring: Lulu Frost, Bracelet: JeannieRichard
Images by Maheen
Before Christmas knitwear is fun. It’s geeky, festive, warm and cosy.

After Christmas knitwear gets annoying. Suddenly there’s static in your hair, it’s all itchy and inconvenient because what you really want to wear are floaty dresses and your most comfortable of tees, even with awkward rock bands printed on them. It’s okay if you never actually listened to their music.

At this point knitwear has a pivotal role to play. To me, unless you have a journey to Thailand booked, January – February is a bit of a cretin of a period. It really doesn’t inspire to keep up with those resolutions you have set out for yourself after the clocks stroke midnight. The only thing that motivates me to roll out of my bed during this dark vortex of two months is wearing something that truly flatters, and knitwear doesn’t always.

Thankfully this understated turtleneck jumper tunic does. Mixed with a pair of cigarette faux leather pants, the most comfortable Dolce&Gabbana heels ever made and the fluffiest Saint Laurent bag, the knitwear morphs into a canvas to all of these embellishments. This look is easily transferable from day to night with some extra eye-liner, not much more. Useful, now that there is some daylight creeping in. Longer days are coming.

This is my second look from my #WaysToKnitWear series. The first one is just here.

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51 thoughts on “Edita wears | Tunic Days”

  1. Ah, I know I am a bore, but I love my sweaters and Januaries. I think the only thing I deeply dislike about winter in England is rain and only because it makes my pup all messy. 🙂 Absolutely love the bag – must be such a pleasure to hold! x

  2. I love your outfit. And I adore your pumps. But it’s your jewellery which has set my heart racing. Boom Boom Boom 🙂 I’m very much an accessories person myself and I think together, the weight of our trinkets might very sink the Titanic GRIN xoxo

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