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The perfect gift

I knew I wanted to buy myself a little something after my stint in hospital. I kept the thought in the back of my mind and I promised myself that as soon as I was fully recovered, I'd go shopping! So I did.

One of my favourite shopping destinations is Westfield Doncaster because it is home to a few of my favourite high-end designers and boutiques, such as Ralph Lauren, Gant, Max & Co, Max Mara, Christensen Copenhagen and Bally

I knew that there were sales going on and so it seemed like the perfect time to shop for a little something just perfect for me.

While looking in Christensen Copenhagen, I found a grey cashmere sweater by By Malene Birger. Malene Birger is an award winning Danish designer, formerly of Day Birger et Mikkelson. The price had been reduced and was within my price range. Perfect! So I tried it on and fell in love with its buttery soft texture and loose, comfy style.


I had been needing to purchase a few pieces that I could wear on the weekend for day and be able to dress up for a casual night out as well. Many of the sweaters I already own are quite tight fitting, shorter in length and hug my silhouette. This sweater is loose fitting and therefore more comfortable to wear. It does taper in at the lower waist, which flatters the figure. I'd say this style could possibly suit most body types. 



















There's a label sewn onto the back of the garment which reads "For yourself or the man in your life". Isn't that sweet? The fact that this sweater is a boyfriend style means that is is quite possible for your man to wear your sweater too. It's a cute concept, your man borrowing your sweater. Usually it's the other way around!


So there you have it! My little gift, to keep me cosy and warm during the season of Winter. I can also see myself wearing the sweater during cold Spring nights as well due to the fact it's 2 ply, making it very transeasonal. 

Anyway guys, I hope you have had a fabulous time over the weekend. Have a wonderful week and remember that whatever you do, make sure you do it in style.

Yours in style,

Suzi x


Sweater: By Malene Birger, jeans: R M Williams, boots: Paul Green.







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  1. Love the sweater! It looks so cute and soft!

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    1. Thanks so much! Have a beautiful weekend.
      Suzi x

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