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Style Snippet: Lazy Weekend

Sunday, 25 October 2015
 This weekend I visited the lovely York St.Johns and then I was doing some filming, so I thought I'd combine both outfits into one post.




York has quickly became my favourite city, you'll probably be seeing it so much on my blog because I basically spending the week there and then I hope to go to uni there too. It's absolutely stunning and the 'Refugees Welcome' sign just topped it all off!! You know it's a good place to live when it shows support for amazing causes. 
I visited St.Johns on Saturday and I'm visiting the Uni of York on the 29th. St.Johns was great; it was so friendly, clean and had a really nice vibe. I could really imagine myself going there but the Sociology course wasn't completely what I wanted and they didn't do politics, but if I dont like the uni of york, I'd happily compromise because it's lovely. It's made me feel so much better about uni because after visiting Leeds I got so anxious that no uni would suit me.

Anyway, I wore this amazing, autumn-y playsuit from Topshop. It's a beautiful, winter floral pattern but  it's made more autumnal by the burnt oranges. I love dark florals because they are easier to wear in the winter with some black tights. Oranges are my favourite colours for autumn because they are so warm and remind me of the leaves. 

I also wore this oversized, green jumper. It's Lukkes and I think it's from Primark; it's a really nice colour and just adds that autumnal vibe to the outfit, which ties in the oranges. I love wearing cooler pieces with an oversized jumper because it adds warmth but also a different silhouette, compared to a more flowy skirt look. 
Of course I wore my usual, blue coat from Topshop and my tartan scarf. They are staples in my wardrobe and kept me dry during the rain on that day. I think you know you'll enjoy living somewhere when you still love it in gross weather.  




This is my more laid back look. 
I just wore my black Joni jeans, as always, my Zara t shirt, boyfriend blazer and my huge, asos, blanket scarf. It was one of those days when you wake up and the house is freezing and all you want to be is warm, so I really needed my blanket scarf. I'm around 5 ft so it does look huge on me but it's amazing when you're cold and totally worth looking tiny. It's illustrated with sketched faces, which I love because it's completely my style of drawing. 
I'd really recommend the t shirts in Zaras TRF section!! They are so soft, they feel like PJs, and they fall beautifully, so they are flattering and put together but so comfy. I bought this V-neck one in a size bigger than usual because I really like the oversized look, it just feels more comfy and you can wear it with low waisted jeans or leggings.
The boyfriend blazer adds to that oversized look and I think it adds a more chic, put together yet laid back look. Does that make sense? Probably not but I know what I mean, haha! I also chucked on these really old, New Look slipper flats. They have this lovely, sliver, flower print on and they are just so easy to slip on and go. 

What's your go to, lazy outfit? 
Sophie X

10 comments

  1. This outfit is gorgeous, like always!!! Glad you had a great time! I felt the same way when I was disappointed with the original college that I was going to go to!

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    1. Thank you!!! I'm glad you found one you liked in the end Xx

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  2. The asos blanket scarf looks amazing. I´m all for blanket scarves this year and already have a few but I might have to snoop around asks as well and get some more.
    I´m glad that you have found a uni that you like.
    xx Lisa | Following Lisa

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    1. Same, they are so warm!! Thank you lovely, it's really made me feel better Xx

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  3. Two lovely outfits, I love your style posts so much! So pleased you've found a uni you like, I chose my uni on a rainy day and it definitely helps make you sure you'll like it and the place whatever the weather xx

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    1. Thank you!! It really does, I'm so in love with it Xx

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  4. A place that supports good causes is definitely a good place to live, I agree. I've never visited York, to be honest I don't really visit many places outside London which I probably should change during this half term!
    Dalal x monochromedaisies.blogspot.com

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    1. You should visit, it's so lovely and full of history!! Xx

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  5. I always love your outfits, so pretty! Lovely posts xx

    Sophie | www.ssophiespot.blogspot.co.uk

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