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Tuesday, 12 November 2013

Sweater Weather Wishlist!

Hello gorgeous!

Fall and winter are all about cardigans, scarves, boots and snuggling up in cute sweaters. Layering and colour blocking are loads of fun, and styling is a piece of cake. 

Although loads of sweaters are in almost everyone's cupboard, mine, well, not so much. So, I'm planning to grow out my two-sweater collection and purchase some this winter.

Smiling Mickey & Minnie (here), Dino Rawr Pullover (here), Everyday Knit
 Top (here), Street Chic Lovely (here), Sequin Tiger Pullover (here)

I was scrolling around F21's site and have fallen in love with loads of their sweaters, but here's a few. They're great if styled well and they're perfect to just get cosy on the couch with a bunch of friends on a cold night! The Sequin Tiger pullover has got to be my favourite!

Do you have your eye on anything this winter? Let me know down below!

Until next time,
xoxo
Teen Diary

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  1. I really love sweaters, because it goes with everything and is cozy at the same time! Yet, I don't think I actually have some because of the weather here in my country, but I'm also planning to buy soon!

    http://xndrexpanaligan.blogspot.com/

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    1. I'm starting to love them too! You should get some light ones, that you could pair with shorts even in hot weather xx

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  2. adore sweaters! I love the one with the "Chanel" print and the tigerface!
    great!!!

    wanna follow each other?
    http://angeliqueprefers.blogspot.gr/2013/11/leopard-maniac.html#comment-form

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    1. Oh I love that too! My favourite x

      Sure dear :)

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  3. I love massive over sized sweaters theyre so cozy and forever 21 has to be one of my favorite shops!

    http://woodwinked64.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. F21 is one of my favourite shops too! xox

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