29 January 2017

Stealing Louise Redknapp's Style + WIWT

Louise Redknapp

Morning ladies from the moment I saw this picture of Louise Redknapp I just knew it would make a fab style steal.  We've all probably got most, if not all of the above in our wardrobe & it's a great way of showing how with the addition of a couple of 'on trend' pieces wardrobe classics can be brought bang on trend.    Plus if you're anything like me & love grey it's a fab colour combo too :-)

So let's get on with how to re-create the look with finds off the high street.

I'm starting with the jacket & something I've featured before on the site & that's this fab khaki military jacket that is perfect for layering up with knitwear & cashmere at this time of year but will equally look fab with a simple tee or cami underneath come the warmer months.

River Island khaki green badge army jacket


You'll no doubt have noticed just how useful I find a grey scarf (a real wardrobe neutral) so if it's something your wardrobe is lacking I'd highly recommend it & if possible I'd say invest in cashmere, such as this one. Beautifully soft, cosy & most importantly warm, it really is timeless, you'll easily get your cost per wear right down within a matter of weeks I promise.  Although if you don't want to spend that many pennies on an accessory this scarf below is a great alternative.

Betty Barclay Scarf


Moving onto the jumper next & again if the bank balance allows I'd recommend investing in a timeless polo neck jumper - perfect for layering & something you can bring out year after year.  This slouchy cashmere version looks gorgeous but I've also found a more purse friendly option below to.

Jaeger Cashmere slouchy sweater

Cashmere Slouchy Sweater or purse friendly option here

Moving onto the trousers next & you can't go wrong with these timeless flannel cropped numbers perfect for dressing up or down no matter what the occasion.

Jaeger flannel ruby trousers


Onto the trainers & I must admit I'm not a huge fan on Louise's & prefer these plain white ones below.

Marks and Spencer Punch Hole Trainers with insolia flex


And finally for the bag here's a more budget friendly option to the designer beauty Louise is using.

Marks and Spencer faux Leather soft tote bag


Back to today & I'm wearing another skirt again - this time my camo midi, which I'm layering up with knitwear & ruffles.

My Midlife Fashion, Chanel vintage brooch, h&M crew neck jumper, uniqlo ruffle high collar shirt, asos satin pleated midi camo skirt, golden goose superstar trainers

My Midlife Fashion, Chanel vintage brooch, h&M crew neck jumper, uniqlo ruffle high collar shirt, asos satin pleated midi camo skirt, golden goose superstar trainers

Jumper - H&M
Shirt - Uniqlo, similar here
Brooch - Vestiaire/Chanel
Skirt - ASOS
Trainers - Golden Goose

Camouflage & Frills, my midlife fashion, shop my style, golden goose superstar trainers, marks and spencer funnel neck flute sleeve cropped jumper, topshop poplin ruffle frill shirt, ASOS pleated skirt in satin with camo

Jumper - Marks & Spencer
Shirt - Topshop
Skirt - ASOS
Trainers - Golden Goose

So ladies what are your thoughts on Louise's outfit.  Is it something you could see yourself wearing with a few tweaks?  Perhaps like me you already own similar pieces & it's a look you're planning on re-creating.  Or perhaps you just don't get my huge love affair with grey.  As always I love reading your comments & thoughts.

Here's to an enjoyable & restful Sunday recharging the batteries for the week ahead.

As always I'll see you in the morning.


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