Quintessentially British

It’s no secret whatsoever that I am a massive fan of the Heritage look and trend flying around at the moment. If it’s brown, green or tweed, I want it in my life. Barbour and Hunter are two brands I am forever lusting after, I fortunately got myself some cute Hunter boots from TK Maxx the other month and they haven’t left my feet since. Everything they make is so lovely and so my style. Growing up in the little bit of countryside Stoke has to offer I feel the need to digress to the farmer look now and again to keep true to my roots, despite never actually living on a farm or being in a field since I was about 16 haha.

1: Barbour Morris Quilted Jacket

2: Barbour Candale Fairisle Sweater

3: Barbour Oatmeal Socks

4: Hunter Adley Boots

Coats and Shoes are the two things I don’t even bat an eyelid at investing in, so the two featured are so close to being credit carded it’s taking unbelievable restraint to keep that little card in my purse right now! 



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Ashlee Norris
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you have picked up some great items for TK max, seems like I need to pay it a visit! Love this look and it looks warm and cosy but so stylish (im think Kate middleton here!) @cherrybombbtq

YummyMummyTraining
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I love these especially the jumper that looks so cosy for the winter
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Sara
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I love my Hunter Wellies..Growing up many of my friends would say you mean rubber boots here in Canada. My dads was from the UK:)
Sara xx

Lauren
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This post made me laugh, 'I feel the need to digress to the farmer look'. Living in Devon I know exactly what you mean!

Lauren x

Anna (South Molton St Style)
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I'm totally with you on these essentials. As soon as the cold weather came in I pulled my Hunters and the waxed jacket out of the cupboard! xx

South Molton St Style