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The perfect Sunday outfit for me, is one thats easy to wear. Everything from quick to get on, comfortable, cosy and just effortless. To reach this Sunday perfection, I like to go for knitwear and jeans. That's just me. I know some of you out there will be like WHAT? Jeans? Yes, I find them one of the most comfortable items. A part from joggers and leggings of course but, theres a time and a place for those bad boys. 


Sunday morning was a bit of a rush if I'm honest as we were off to Brighton for the day and decided to have a chilled morning with a coffee in bed watching some easy TV, so it literally was a grab and go situation. The jumper is one of my most favourite pieces right now and was a Christmas present from my mum. As soon as I saw Lily Pebbles wearing it in one of her vlogs I just had to have it. Anything grey and I'm there really, but, I also fell in love with the knitted pattern and the high neck but seriously, Marks and Spencer is killing it with knitwear right now. 


Everything else included in this outfit was older than a year, which some people might not be fans of, but, thats just how I roll. The COS jacket (super old) is a proper old favourite that I bust out when in need of a bit of colour and call it my colourful coat as I'm a monochrome worshiper normally. My Russell and Bromley boots are into their 3rd year now and are still going incredibly strong and are most certainly needed in this cold weather when converse just won't cut it. I do want to broaden my collection of ankle boot for this reason and feel a standard Chelsea boots is on the wish list now. 


My little bit of out there with the glittery socks. Because the only jeans in grabbing distance were these cut off ones, I fancied a bit of something something. If they're going to be on display, you might as well give em something to look at. Faithful Topshop glitter socks that I think everyone has. 

Link me in the comments below to some of your go to Sunday looks you've featured. I'd love to see them and get some inspiration. Sunday is by far one of my favourite days of the week and dressing for comfort and ease is up on my list of loves. 

XOXO


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  1. Sunday is my favourite day of the week as I get to stay in bed all warm and cosy for as long as I like! Love this cute outfit Jaide! Hope you had a lovely day in Brighton!

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    1. Thanks so much sweet. I always love a trip to Brighton. So much lovely things to see and eat. Yes, Sunday is just too good. xo

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  2. This look is lovely, I love the pattern on the knit item :)

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  3. I am loving that Cardigan!

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