Cosy winter clothing

If you’re anything like me, you’re probably starting to light the fire and pull out the old dusty blankets from the back of the sofa. The winter has been really mild up until now, but all of a sudden…Brrrrr!

I am always on the lookout for new styles and for me right now it’s chunky, cosy warm winter clothes. I hate the cold so quality is a must for me. Cheap, nasty polyester won’t cut it – but lambswool, merino or cashmere? Oh yes!

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I’ve found a fab new site that offers reasonably priced but really lovely pieces to wrap up warm in. Whether you’re after merino cardigans for women or a thick wool men’s aran sweater,  Woolovers is the place to head to. A lot of the styles online are probably for someone a little older than myself, but if you look through the sections you can find some seriously stylish bits for any age – I love this grey cardigan!

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If you’re looking to change up your winter wardrobe this year then what are you waiting for? Head to the Woolover website while they still have their sale on!

Thanks for reading

hannah

 

 

 

*I was approached to write this post, however all views are absolutely my own

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One thought on “Cosy winter clothing

  1. The styles are designed to catch the eye of the beholder just enough to be intrigued.
    A business entails investments and no exception to women clothing boutique.

    Green and black or blue and white make telling impressions.
    The main fascination of the young generation with fashion is
    to look different.

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