MMM {weekend} Ankle boots and cropped trousers

It’s been one of those full-on, child-wrangling, work-juggling kind of weeks this week. And I have to say, since giving up the booze for January, I am more exhausted than ever. How is that even fair!? Anyway, I am very pleased it’s the weekend.

I did an exciting shoot yesterday, shot by my lovely friend Julia from Stylonylon (more to come soon).

So while I had her, I totally took advantage of her brilliant photography skills by asking her to snap a few pictures of this {weekend} outfit.



Coat /Jumper (similar here) / Trousers / Boots / Hat / Gloves (similar here) / Rings, from a selection at Laura Gravestock, Accessorize and a stall in the Istanbul Grand Bazaar!

I’m a big fan of a cropped trouser mixed with an ankle boot. And I even love a cheeky hint of ankle and statement sock. It’s just the right side of geek meets normcore.

These boots are a bit of a winner too. From brand new label Air & Grace (they have literally just launched), the entire range has a special patent pending ‘Tender Loving Air’ technology – or more specifically, three layers of memory foam cushioning so they feel as comfy as trainers from the first wear.

Founded by Claire Burrows, who previously worked at Aldo, Kurt Geiger, Office and Fit Flop. She worked out that lots of women only wear a couple of pairs of their (vast) shoe wardrobe because the rest just aren’t comfortable. And she wanted to create shoes women love, but that they can also wear. As Claire says, ‘they’re like a running shoe wrapped up in a fashion shoe.’

Disclaimer alert, my Air & Grace boots were sent to me to try but I was instantly sold on their chic design and gorgeous, supple leather. They’re simple enough to go with everything, including skirts and dresses, but SO comfy. I wore them out as soon as I got them, no wearing in required.

I am a sucker for great packaging
I am a sucker for great packaging

Check out the rest of the range on their site here.

Have a lovely weekend everyone x

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