Warm Friend Dates With A Apricot Costigan.*

27th January 2017crelgey

Apricot coatigan

A chunky, faux fur hooded coatigan of cold person dreams. That is what we have here people. And no, I’m not taking it off anytime soon.

White Zara bag Caroline Elgey-White

I’m a cold person. My husband will be the first to second this. Even in summer, I will have a jumper or cardigan with me, as soon as the sun goes in or a cloud passes I’ll be cold. I’m not sure how much truth there is in the saying, but it certainly works for me that, I am a winter baby. But then does that mean that I should be cold, or that I should be used to it? Who knows. Let me know. Ha!

Anyways, back to this Apricot coatigan. Isn’t it fab? I cannot tell you have warm and snuggly it is. I’ve lived in it at every opportunity and the toggle fastenings remind me of having a duffle coat as a child at school. Cute.

It was the perfect thing to throw on together with my trusty Next jean leggings and plain New Look jumper, lastly with my superstars for a cold Sunday morning coffee date with my friend and local blogger Louise. We had a lovely little catch up at a local coffee shop. So much that I think a ‘coffee shops of Scarborough’ post is imminent.

 

What’s been keeping you warm so far this winter? –

Comments (4)

  • Tori

    27th January 2017 at 6:38 pm

    I love coatigans – I’m always hot so they’re the perfect alternative to coats for me!

    1. crelgey

      29th January 2017 at 8:30 am

      Haha, opposite to me then, but yes, I guess they suit everyone differently. 🙂 – Thanks for stopping by. x

  • Eloise

    27th January 2017 at 10:08 pm

    Love this outfit, I’m a cold person too! Currently in a onesie AND a dressing gown!

    1. crelgey

      29th January 2017 at 8:34 am

      Thank you. 🙂 I’m glad I’m not the only one. My husband is always telling in weird.lol And that sound like me most evenings. 🙂

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