It finally happened! We finally got some cool weather. As I type this my toes are cold AND I put a cardigan on. I mean, it’s pretty much peak winter over here. Haha. This was great news because I’d been sent (for free, to be clear) a bunch of new season clothing from a few brands and they’d been mocking me in the corner as I sweated my way through some unseasonable warmth.
But my time has come.
Their time, I guess.
On the weekend the knit joggers paired with their slouchy split side top and the white haven emporium patchwork cape. Let’s face it, the cape was a little optimistic, it wasn’t that cold, but it dressed up the outfit enough for us to grab an early dinner in the clothes we’d been lounging about the house in (hence the joggers are a little saggy at the knees).
How’s THAT for a cold weather outfit win?
I’m just going to blatantly rave about these joggers for a moment. You need them. Short version. Change your life, get these babies. The like jeans. Cool jeans with awesome knees stitching and such. BUT they feel like you’re wearing tracksuit pants. I ordered the size 24, which would be my true size at this point. After a day sitting and working in them, they had given a bit in the seat and at the knees, so if you’re borderline size-wise, don’t go up! That’s my hot tip.
I ordered the size 24, which would be my true size at this point. After a day sitting and working in them, they had given a bit in the seat and at the knees, so if you’re borderline size-wise, don’t go up! That’s my hot tip. If you love your anti-fit jeans, you’re going to adore these. Trust Aunty Suger. Haha.
Wearing White Haven Emporium Patchwork Cape in Grey, 17 Sundays Split Sleeve Top and Blaster Knit Joggers.
Hi! I’m Suger; Chief Blogger at Suger Coat It. Blogging since 1901; love a casual ootd, taking photos + writing about things that irk or inspire me. I love wine and cheese, long days at the beach and spending time with my family. I make stuff for the internet; photos, create content, write copy and devise social media plans for personal brands, small businesses and bloggers. You know, living the sweet life.