Ensemble nummero 1: the one for a lake walk
⇢ Fox sweatshirt (£10, Asda): because there's nothing more comfortable than this oversized fox beauty!
⇢ Blue jeggings (£7, Primark): the easiest piece of basic clothing that you can throw on & if the mud or sheep poo gets ya, you won't cry a river
⇢ Burgundy beanie (£2, Primark): probably overdoing the burgundy here, but hey - it keeps me warm
⇢ Joules dog print wellies (£39.99, Surfdome): if you've ever been to Cumbria yourself, I don't even need to explain this - lakes, sheep, hills & never-ending mud at this time of the year
Ensemble number 2: the one for a town walk
⇢ Plain burgundy top (£7.99, H&M): H&M plain tops are the best plain tops I've discovered so far - they fall apart a little bit too soon, but then, I do wear them to death
⇢ Sheep fur vest (£24, Choies): my new favourite piece of clothing - I first saw it in H&M, but it was bloody expensive, something like £35, boo! then I saw this more affordable copy on Choies - and it is as swank as it looks!
⇢ Faux leather trousers (£14.99, H&M): the first pair of faux leather trousers that fits me, woop woop! they are so comfortable and actually really warm, so perfect for this cold windy weather that will definitely be around the lakes
⇢ Burgundy hat (£10, last year's sale H&M): I don't usually do hats but I've already worn this one to death last winter & my aim is to absolutely slaughter it this year, ha!
⇢ Ankle boots (£24.99, H&M): pretty comfy for heeled boots, and they do look rather swaggy with rolled up faux leather trousers
Do you keep any traditions with your boyfriend?
Maybe a trip you do every year or a place you go for dinner on your anniversary?