November Outfits Post #WIWT

November is always a busy month, because it is when the road to Christmas really begins. So this month has been filled with really lovely events, shows and parties which has been a great excuse to get into my second wardrobe. This is one that lives in my son’s room and contains my party wear, the clothes covered in sequins, sparkle and glitter. Because, if you can’t sparkle at this time of year, I’m really not sure when you can.

As ever, I have tried to link to pieces that are in shops now, or have featured alternatives in similar styles, cuts and colours. My second wardrobe is one that I dip into every year, so many of the pieces are season’s old, but prove that when you buy classics, you can wear them year in, year out, without ever really falling out of fashion. A case in point is my Gudrun Sjoden red velour dress that I first wore last year. I wore it for a trip to the theatre and had so many comments and lovely remarks on my Instagram feed. The green sequin skirt I wore for the grotto at House of Fraser was first worn on Christmas Day 2014, and made another appearance, although it is now too big so I have to wear a safety pin on the waist to keep it from falling down!

Now we are into December I am really giving that sparkle an airing, and will look forward to sharing the December #WIWT post in the New Year. But, for now, I would love to know what outfits you are wearing and loving as we head towards Christmas.

A trip to the local Garden Centre


Coat – from my mom Bag Knomo Coated jeans Primark Boots Clarks

Dulcie Sue £65 Click to visit Clarks

Dulcie Sue £65 

New Dress


Dress Monsoon

An evening with Arthur Price at the Grand Theatre


Top Charity Shop Skirt Monsoon Bag John Lewis Shoes Vintage Necklace gift from mom

Similar shaped skirt

 Monsoon Trinity Skirt £79 Click to visit Monsoon

Monsoon Trinity Skirt

A meal with the family


Jumper vintage Skirt Primark Boots Clarks

Similar Skirt

Oasis Metallic Skirt, Gold £45 Click to visit John Lewis

Oasis Metallic Skirt, Gold £45 

New Dress



Dress Monsoon

 Monsoon Ella Frill Dress £119 Click to visit House of Fraser

Monsoon Ella Frill Dress

A trip to see George’s Marvellous Medicine at the New Alex Theatre


Dress Gudrun Sjoden Necklace Vintage Boots Clarks

Similar Dress

Black Velour Swing Dress £25 Click to visit Simply Be

Black Velour Swing Dress £25 

Velour Skater Dress £24.50 Click to visit Simply Be

Velour Skater Dress £24.50 

Dirty Dancing Press Night


Dress Vintage Bag Aldo Shoes Office

Dune Armorel Mary Jane Block Heel Court Shoes, Burgundy Suede £75 Click to visit John Lewis

Dune Armorel Mary Jane Block Heel Court Shoes, Burgundy Suede 

Round Toe Mary Jane Shoes £16 Click to visit Matalan

Round Toe Mary Jane Shoes

Treasure Island Press Night


Dress Kaliko c/o High Street Outlet Bag Primark Shoes Vintage

A trip to Hatton Enchanted Christmas


Hat independent Shop Coat Vintage Jeans Marisota Boots Hunter Gloves Primark

Similar Coat

Black Faux Fur Coat £49.99 Click to visit New Look

Black Faux Fur Coat £49.99 

Hunter Short Classic Welly Hunter Green £75.00 Click to visit Office

Hunter Short Classic Welly Hunter Green


Sunday Lunch


Dress Charity Shop Shoes M&S

The opening of the House of Fraser Grotto


Faux Fur Vintage Sequin Skirt Dorothy Perkins Bag John Lewis Boots Clarks

Similar Skirt

Dark Green Plain Sequin Print Sexy Bodycon Club Pencil High Waisted Skirt £24.82 Click to visit CiChic

Dark Green Plain Sequin Print Sexy Bodycon Club Pencil High Waisted Skirt 


22 thoughts on “November Outfits Post #WIWT

  1. I am definitely doing something wrong, you have a wardrobe in your sons room with sparkly clothes, whereas the children have a wardrobe in my room with their school uniform! I need to invest in some more clothes, seeing all of your outfits for the theatre, I feel slightly underdressed when I attend, this shall be my new years resolution, buy myself some new clothes x

  2. I really like the Ella Frill dress from Monsoon, very pretty. And both of those burgundy shoes are really nice too. And I love my wellies, but I am still yet to own a pair of Hunters

  3. I was going to comment on just a couple pieces at first but I can’t choose which ones I like best! So many stunning pieces!

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