Tuesday, 7 March 2017



I'd actually forgotten that Warehouse existed.  I used to shop there quite frequently pre-children, when there seemed to be branches everywhere, even in our small local shopping area, until it closed (along with my beloved Topshop) when a large shopping mall opened up nearby.  I'm not complaining, I loved the shopping mall (still do, just not the parking charges - seriously, you need a mortgage), but I did really love those small high street branches as whilst they didn't stock everything, you could always find a gem in there somewhere.  So I had completely forgotten about Warehouse, until my rather gorgeous and very stylish friend rocked up at my biggest little's birthday party in a stunning navy jumpsuit, paired with a cashmere jumper (it was October) and some amazing J Crew heels, and she re-ignited my love of Warehouse.  So I've been perusing the Warehouse website for a few months now and I managed a sneak peak today whilst the littlest little was sleeping and what do you know, they are having a spring sale?  It only just seems like the winter sales have finished and I'm wondering if I have missed something, has spring come and gone?? I hope not.  However, I am not one to turn down a sale so here are my picks of the bunch...

So since it all started with a gorgeous jumpsuit that's where I'll begin.  This is a similar style to the navy beauty my friend tempted me with and although you might think it's still a little cold for sleeveless, I would take some style advice from said friend and actually wear it with a sweater, grey, navy or black or perhaps a pop of a bright colour (?tomato red ?sunshine yellow) they would all look great.  Some of the patterned jumpsuits are a little much in my opinion, but you can't go wrong with a classic polka dot and this dotty jumpsuit makes a nice difference from plain old black, and would be great dressed down for the day and easy to dress up for a quick transition to a night out, just add some heels, a sparkly statement necklace and some red lipstick. 

If you do want a plain black jumpsuit, I love the look of this one, this time with sleeves.

If you want something a little more dressy, how about this beautiful black dress with ruffled sleeves

 Or this beautiful lace self portrait lookalike

I absolutely love this denim midi dress, it even has pockets!  Sadly it is only available in a few sizes, but if you win the sale bingo and your size is there, you can grab an absolute bargain.  This would be perfect for spring with some ankle boots and perhaps colder summer nights, and would even last you into autumn/winter if you paired it with some tights and black heels.   

Now spring is finally here (it is isn't it??) then we can all ease up on the layers, and perhaps wear a lighter jacket or shacket, I love a khaki utility one, and this shirt would double up as a shirt and shacket.  It would look great with some black biker jeans and a bit of breton underneath.

They also appear to be killing it with their shoes and accessories. These chelsea ankle boots are a classic, and you'll get a bit of wear out of them in the spring, but then you'll be all prepared for next winter.

I am currently confined to using a nappy bag, but I can still dream about bags and these clutch bags are lovely.  They are available in a range of colours, but my favourites are the black and the pewter (got to love a metallic accessory).
 Black Clutch Bag £22                Pewter Clutch Bag £22

These cross body bags are a little more mama friendly, again in a range of colours, but I'm loving the tomato red and classic navy.

Now finally don't think I am mad, or dare I say it organised, but how about this Christmas jumper?  For £10 it's surely worth popping one of these in your basket for later in the year, trust me it's going to come round soon enough, we are already in March.  I think these look very much like the gorgeous Chinti and Parker cashmere beauties, but for a much more affordable price.

                    Christmas Jumper £10                             Christmas Jumper £10

Thank you so much for reading
Sophie x

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