Thermal top – Damart*
Leggings – Topshop
Shoes – Primark
Necklace – Miss Selfridge
Scarf – Primark
Coat – Zara
Bag – Ted Baker
The cold weather really is approaching fast now considering its the start of November so i think its fair to say its set to get a lot colder in the next few months. Personally for me thermals have always been a thing that i associate with the older generation or for colder climates. But I must agree whilst i lived in Finland last year i religiously had to wear thermals because it just wasn’t possible to go outside in -30 degrees without them. Damart was always the brand that i used for my thermals whether it was long johns or long sleeved tops. Not only were they life savers they are soo comfy that i still wear them for pyjamas now in the winter months as they are so warm and cosy! I don’t know how i ever went without thermals!
But like i said before thermals don’t have to be boring either and they can be incorporated into your outfit without looking out of place and they really do keep you so warm! I’m wearing the little hearts long sleeved thermal top and it really doesn’t look out of place with my outfit,i wanted to show you what it looks like but i would normally probably wear a jumper over the top of this to really keep the warmth in. There are so many different styles of thermal tops though that something will suit everyone’s tastes and needs. With winters that are expected to be colder than the ones before investing in thermal wear really is an essential unless you want to freeze! Comfort and warmth can still be fashionable! They can be incorporated into your outfit,worn on winter holidays or as pjs so you do feel like you get your moneys worth!
I also love my aztec print leggings that i’m wearing , the monochrome colours really clash with the tartan scarf which brings out the colours in both of the prints,it also goes well with the thermal top, and as i said before i would normally wear this with a big baggy jumper over the top!
Damart’s thermal range is also celebrating a 60th year of production!
Thank you for reading! Do you wear thermals? How do you make sure you are wrapped up warm in the winter?