Winter Coat and a Boob Tee

It is well and truly the time for Autumn Winter clothing. I thought I still had a transition period to get some use out of my midi summer dresses with some layers but I was wrong. It calls for some serious layers at the moment. I haven't quite reached the need for gloves yet, which is a good thing because I actually need to invest in some. 
I have no need to buy a new winter coat this season and if I do, I will need to donate some of my older ones for sure. I did my usual job of buying a winter coat in the summer sales. I know my style and I don't need a coat to be on trend. I need a couple of colourful pieces and then one statement basic which is what I am wearing here. This coat was from New Look in the sale back in July for £25. It's fairly similar to a thinner coat I already own but is thicker and may be a good replacement. It also has lilac running through which is a lovely little touch.

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Vintage Mom Jeans
Platform Vans
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So this incredible boob printed t-shirt was from a small business called Darwin Designs which I recently wrote a post about for my 'Support Small Businesses' series. I love the tee because it includes loads of different types of breasts, saggy ones, breast feeding ones, mastectomy ones - all sorts.

On the topic of boobs, there is a really cool looking pop up in London that my sister shared with me. You can find it on the Instagram it is basically a pop up for female designers and all of the proceeds go to Coppafeel. The most recent pop up is on 16th - 30th November on Shoreditch Highstreet. I am hoping to go this weekend - can't wait to see what they have at the pop up!!

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When a car arrives in your background -_-

I hope you are all having a lovely week and please do check out the pop up if you are in London and support some of the businesses. I think it might be a god idea for me to get photos of the pieces there and share each of them so those of you outside of London can find some of the artists/designers. 

Chelsea Jade