I don’t know about you, but, over the past week, it’s really started to feel like autumn for me. As the weather has started to get colder, I’ve been on the lookout for some transitional pieces for my autumn/winter wardrobe. The lovely people behind White Ribbon Boutique, who are based in Cheshire, recently sent across a selection of their clothing for me to try out and I definitely feel more prepared for the new season now!
White Ribbon Boutique have stories in Northwich, Nanwich and Sandbach, but also have a website offering online shopping. Their clothes are aimed at the women aged 25-60, with a selection of sizes and styles, including some great casual and daytime wear.
I was sent across a jacket, loungewear, a jumper, black trousers and a dress – the perfect capsule wardrobe pieces for the season.
I must admit, most of the clothing I was sent was not what I would ordinarily go for, however, I loved trying some new styles, and I’m obsessed with the loungewear – so comfy and perfect for cosy evenings indoors as the nights get darker!
I think the dress would look much better with a belt, so I’m going to take a trip to the charity shop to find a nice one. It needs cinching in a bit as I felt it was a little shapeless on me. I do like how it looks with my flat tan boots though, and I think it would be great for autumnal walks with a nice warm coat over the top.
The black jacket is great to pull on over outfits to smarten them up, without being as formal as a blazer. I like the zip detailing, it gives it something a little different.
The trousers are definitely not my usual style, but I liked how they felt, and I think the detailing, again, makes them a bit more unique. The jumper is so comfortable, and I will be wearing it with blue denim jeans and my knee high boots for everyday wear.
I’m impressed with the quality of the clothing from White Ribbon Boutique. I wouldn’t necessarily have picked out the items I was sent, but I think they are great additions to my autumn/winter wardrobe.
This is a sponsored post, featuring gifted items, however all words and images are my own.