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Cosy clothes wishlist

If you have been reading my blog for a little while you will know that the type of leisure activities that really hold my heart are often those associated with Autumn and Winter... roast dinners in a country pub with a roaring log fire, evenings curled up on the sofa with a good book, walking the dog in the forest (and kicking the leaves), baking up a storm and mulling wine or crafting away an afternoon making handmade Christmas presents.  You may also remember my recent 'buy less, buy better' resolution, which, since it only came into force about a month ago, means I don't really have that many cosy clothes for embracing the colder seasons.   My weekend uniform at the moment seems to consist of boots, thick socks, jeans, a hoodie and my favourite Joules gilet (you can tell I'm a country girl at heart!) and I've been hunting around for similar cosy attire for some end of the month splurges and adding to my (growing) Christmas list.  Here are my favourites so far....

1. Fat Face hoodie | 2. Jack Wills hoodie | 3. Fat Face pajama bottoms
4. Jack Wills lounge leggings | 5. Fat Face cardigan | 6. Soul Cal jumper
I am particularly enamoured with the Jack Wills hoodie but despite my attempts to spend more on quality, single items I still don't know if I could bring myself to spend the best part of £90 (well, 50p short of!) on a hoodie.  The leggings on the bottom left however are a must purchase, I have a blue pair with anchors on that I bought in their sale last year that have been worn so much they are coming to holes and desperately need replacing!

My new resolution means that my Christmas list is going to be considerably shorter this year as, rather than hoping for lots of smaller, cheaper items, I want to ask for just a few that I know I'll treasure.  I apologise in advance as I know that references to Christmas seem to be creeping into my blog a lot and it's still only October, I just absolutely adore Christmas! I'll try and keep a lid on it until at least next month!


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  1. ooh it all looks so cosy and lovely! I love the check pjs


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  2. Well, this has come at a good time! I am going to Scotland next week and am trying to compile a list of warm things! Incidentally, I wonder if wellies for walks are appropriate. I love the blue carie/hoodie, but 90 quid, yeesh! xxx

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    1. The blue hoodie is Fat Face and a much more reasonable £58 ;) I often wear my wellies on walks, get some woolly boot socks too! xo

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    2. Well that is nearly half ;-). AH yes, good advice, any recommendations on where to get them from? Hope you are feeling better. xx

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    3. I've got welly boot socks from eBay before, my wellies are Hunters from TK Maxx (£35!). Feeling much better today thanks :) xx

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  3. I've also had my eye on that Fat Face hoodie, it looks so cosy! Now I have to add the bear jumper to my 'wanted' list too. Like you, I'm spending most of my time in Joules hoodie/gilet combo at the moment and I'm looking forward to getting my hats and mittens out too!

    rachael @ madeupoflittlethings xx

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  4. I love the bear jumper and Jack Wills leggings - so cosy! :)

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  5. Oh golly, that Jack Wills grey hoodie and the pyjama bottoms have my name on them!

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  6. OHHH amazing post, awesome idea! I'll have everything!!! x


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  7. I'm particularly enamoured by that Fat Face cardi! It's lovely! Have you seen Primark's dodgy Christmas jumper range yet? I'm having to restrain myself...

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  8. Everything on here looks so snuggly, I love references to Christmas as I'm already really excited for it! xx

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  9. Oh my! The lounge legging looks so comfy! Definitely want one

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