all saints shopping

Ever since I attended the Destination Denim launch event at Selfridges a couple of months ago I’ve been debating what to spend my £100 gift card on at All Saints that came in the goody bag. I had it in mind to wait until the sales after Christmas, but as all girls will know, patience isn’t relevant when it comes to clothes shopping. So a couple of days ago I decided to treat myself to a new T-shirt and a scarf to wrap up in given the chilly weather. The order came within a couple of days and as it was by courier I got email updates of when it had been dispatched and what hour of the day to expect the package to arrive.

Statement Scarf in Natural/Dusk – £65

Apart from my treasured Alexander McQueen skull scarf I’m not really one for splurging when it comes to fashion scarves, unless they are made of a super soft material and are eye catching like the one below. I really love the mix of grungy grey/dusky pink and think it will blend beautifully with most of my outfits. If you feel bad about the thought of spending £65 on a scarf then fear not as the proceeds go to combating human trafficking, a gorgeous scarf and doing your bit for charity, sounds like a good deal to me.

Wreathed T-shirt – £40

I already have a couple of All Saints T-shirts in my wardrobe due to the fact that not only do they have unusual designs but mainly they fact they are made from 100% cotton making them super comfy and usually are the perfect length to wear with leggings. I’m a big fan of the vintage/grunge style flowers printed onto the tee and think it will be a versatile piece that I can wear casually or style up with some heels and chunky gold jewellery for smarter occasions.