One movie scene that has always stayed with me (and honestly, out of every movie scene I’ve ever watched I really don’t know why it’s this one) is the scene in Sex and the City when the animal rights protester throws red paint all over Samantha’s white fur at Fashion Week while screaming something along the lines of ‘fur is murder’.
I also remember my horror when somebody bought my Mum a real fur coat, mink if I remember correctly, and neither of us really knew what to do. It’s something that has always made me feel so uncomfortable, but at the same time there’s no denying that there’s something so timeless and classic about a fur coat. Therefore I was beyond desperate to find my perfect faux fur offering.
I have debuted this jacket on the blog a few times in the past, most notably in this slightly edgy look here, and I know so many of you wanted to know where it was from – unfortunately I still have no idea as it was a (wonderful) gift from my parents – but I thought it was about time it made another appearance. I’ve been wearing it so much recently, as it keeps me so snug in the colder weather and looks fantastic during the day or the evening. On this occasion Michael took me for a walk to the local National Park and I couldn’t resist stopping to grab some snaps in front of this lake. I’d teamed the jacket with my grey Topshop dress in an effort to stay casual, and clearly my trademark beanie had to make an appearance too.
Should I actually trademark the beanie? I kinda feel like I should probably trademark the beanie.