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17 Oct 2016

New Long Tall Sally range - CURATD #CURATDxLTS

Long Tall Sally have released a new line called CURATD today! It's a 25 piece collection of both floaty fabrics and prints, alongside angular tailoring. There is a sharp tux! A cutout jumpsuit and a lovely floral print maxi dress.

To celebrate the release, the LTS team sent me some items to try out. I am wearing the heavy turtleneck knit jumper and 7/8 frey hem jeans. As usual I wore my outfit out to walk little Teddy dog with my Instagram boyfriend. As you can tell from the photos he's enjoying getting arty with my new camera.

I had never considered tall jeans before, but these grey ones have got me thinking. Although the leg length is too long to be 7/8 length on me (I'm the shorter end of LTS's demographic) the cut makes a big difference. The bleached patches sit on my knees, rather than being too high up, and the high-waist actually sits on my waist. You can tell tall jeans are more "sculpted" to all aspects of being tall, rather than just having longer legs.

The jumper is super cosy, a lovely thick knit. And it has pockets! I watched a video the other day which said when you're wearing a dress with pockets, if someone says "ooh I like your dress", it's a compulsion to say "oh thanks, it has pockets". It's true, I need to tell people! This jumper also has zips up the side of the hips to give it a split look if you wanted. It adds a bit of texture and interest. 

I wore the outfit with my Mulberry Bayswater in Oxblood (also known as my baby) and my Lotus Annabeth ankle boots from Brantano. Obviously I wouldn't normally take my lovely mulberry on a dog walk. I got it 2 weeks ago from my lovely parents to celebrate me being a doctor now! It's my work bag and makes me feel very grown up when I go to work! 

And because I can't resist, here's some photos of little Teddy. Again, I'm also enjoying learning to use my new Nikon D3500. 


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