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Made in Chelsea ... BOOTS



It's that time of week once again, Fashion Friday!! And aside from the made in Chelsea pun, and the fact that I am 100% completely hooked on binge watching Made In Cheslea, I do actually have direction with this blog post! 

So as Autumn is drawing closer and closer for those of us in the not-so-sunny UK, you will know that it's starting to get bloody freezing and it's already getting dark earlier *sob*!! Therefore, we need to stock up our wardrobes with some essentials so that we are well prepared for WINTER! 

Last Autumn/ Winter I majorly opted for heeled boots and I lived in them throughout most days, although not on icy days - too dangerous! However, this year I have been super excited about wearing Cheslea boots. Partly because they're far more comfortable, but also because Asos have a divine selection! 

The boots I am wearing are actually from Asos, surprise surprise! I have only recently purchased them and have only worn them a handful of times, however I am absolutely in love with them!! They look super smart and make that *click clock* noise which actually I think is kinda cool. Furthermore, because they're black they match with most things but they're not boring because of the animal print in navy blue/ grey so it's a WIN WIN situation. Personally, I think Chelsea boots are perfectly suited with trousers which is perfect if you're not confident with wearing skirts or dresses, and also as it gets colder you may find trousers are more suitable anyway. I also feel that skinny trousers with a slightly slouchy or baggy top half looks really effortlessly cool!! #toptip 

I am definitely going to keep a look out for any other Cheslea boots that I think are gorgeous and I will 100% let you all know! 

HAPPY FASHION FRIDAY! 

Lots of love, Angel xx

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