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Its the weekend



I dunno bout you , but on the weekend I like nothing more then a chilled day , when you pull on jeans and a hoody and get outside.






This weekend myself and my hubby visited the local park , and I used this an opportunity to get out my new River Island Jeggings , OMG I just love them they are so comfy and quite thick so ideal for the transition from Summer to Autumn . They are comfy and stretchy and don't go baggy . so I think worth the £25 price tag. 










ON THE PHONE AS USUAL






 I also popped on my new boohoo.com cropped hoody , as it was a bit chilly , I love the colour of this, bottle green is not a colour I normally wear but I love this so maybe I should more.

















I love this outfit its ideal for those lazy weekend days when you just wanna be cosy and comfy but still look good. 
The Jeggings I think are defo gonna become a new staple in my Autumn wardrobe. and I cant wait to wear them more.

What's your favourite transitional items ?


                                                 Love Kate
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Jeggings


Hoody

2 comments

  1. Great post hun! So glad I picked up those Jeggings, they are so comfy and your right, they are amazing for Autumn/Winter!
    Hayley xoxo
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