Latest Thrifted Winter Outfits

For the past few weeks I’ve been back home in the UK so thought you guys might like a quick outfit run down! It’s not often I wear Winter clothes these days and I had such fun styling all the layers and cosy fabrics. Our next stop is Santiago, Chile, so expect plenty more sunny outfits soon!

 

Layering obsessed in Paris

I absolutely love jumpsuits right now, but this one was more on the “cat suit” side so I have only managed to wear it out to nightclubs. But… it’s super comfy and great for hiding thick layered tights in cold old Europe! I had the brainwave (if I may say so myself) of layering it over a turtleneck to give a chic retro feel that was still really comfortable and effortless. I actually wore it on the plane too and it was like wearing PJs but looking super fashionable! Winning…

Grey turtleneck – £1.25 – Waggy Tails charity shop

Black jumpsuit – £4.95 – eBay

Ankle boots – £2 – Primark sale

Fluffy brights on the beach

Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean you can’t crack out some bright colours! This jumper is actually DKNY and is a kind of fluffy angora feel. I thrifted it from a carboot sale mound and knew we’d be firm friends. It’s got a wide and low turtleneck that gives it that little modern twist too.

It’s hard to see in this picture but I also scored some knee high suede black boots from my favourite charity shop too. I wanted over knee but they’re super hard to find second hand right now, but these paired with black trousers give the same effect. Thrilled!

Blue angora jumper top – £0.50 – Carboot sale, Upton

Black jodhpurs – £5 – Primark

Black suede boots – £2 – Waggy Tails charity shop, Poole

Faux Chanel – £15 – Thailand

Our adorable rescue dog – Paws2Rescue – highly recommended!

Cosy fur in London

I spent a weekend in London and it was absolutely FREEZING! Definitely called for some snug fabrics. You can see a ton of photos of this outfit on the shoot I did with Joy Ogude but for now here’s a snapshot…

Faux fur waistcoat – £10 – Oslo flea market

Grey turtleneck – £1 – Waggy Tails charity shop, Poole

Black cut jeans – £3 – carboot sale, Poole

White trainers – £22 – Sports Direct

Dusky blue in Waitrose!

When you’ve only got a few weeks to wear your Winter Wardrobe you have to bring your A Game to the supermarket too! haha. I love this dusky blue coat which I got from a big upmarket sample/carboot sale in Central London organised by the Fashion Council. I paired it with some printed trousers, and the Helen Moore faux fur scarf that I treated myself to at Christmas. I’ve literally worn it every single day….
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Blue mohair style coat (originally warehouse) – £5 – Fashion Carboot Sale

Red printed trousers (originally H&M) – £2.99 – Crossroads thrift, America

Faux Chanel – £15 – Thailand

Helen Moore faux fur scarf – £38 – House of Fraser sale

Princess style in Disney

And finally – my non stop pre-wedding honeymoon involved a little half day in Disney! Of course I had to dress the part (although apparently that’s not what people do as everyone else was just wrapped up in black coats #snore). This big ballerina skirt is actually a princess costume dress for a 6 year old but I cut open the shoulders on the lycra top to make it into a skirt. I also had short leggings on underneath the battle the freezing winter, and several pairs of tan tights. My Feyonce top was a very awesome and generous gift from one of my lovely Bridesmaids, Cathi. It’s been a serious everyday staple since I got it!

Paris!! The city of love…. And Instagrams Of course I had to dress as a princess for Disney

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Feyonce sweatshirt – gift

Yellow Princess skirt (child’s dress) – £4 – Lewis Manning Hospice charity shop

Black ankle boots – £2 – Primark sale

Mickey ears – borrowed

Thanks so much for reading! Excited to share some fun warm weather outfits from our upcoming adventures in Chile soon. And… who knows what thrift goodies I’ll find to buy there too! Love you xoxo

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2 Comments

  1. Charlotte February 22, 2017 / 3:58 AM

    I would NEVER have thought to cut opena childs dress like that! Very cool.

    I think I need to start setting myself a £5 limit for charity shops again, theyve all gone up in price but I still love the thrill of finding yourself a right bargain!

    • paupertoprincess February 23, 2017 / 1:46 AM

      Yeah I find the limit really helps a lot!! But of course I do break it sometimes 😉 All the money is going to charity after all #excusesexcuses
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