Fashion blogger Stephanie of FAIIINT wearing Stella McCartney felt kimono jacket, H&M knot belt, Weekday maxi skirt, Jessica Flinn stars necklace, Skin by Finsk wedges. All black everything dark style elegant goth outfit.Fashion blogger Stephanie of FAIIINT wearing Stella McCartney felt kimono jacket, Jessica Flinn silver stars token necklace. Outfit details.Fashion blogger Stephanie of FAIIINT wearing Stella McCartney felt kimono jacket, H&M knot belt, Jessica Flinn silver stars necklace. All black everything dark style outfit details.

I’ve had this Stella McCartney jacket in my wardrobe since last year, I snagged it at the last Voucher Codes Swap Shop and I’ve just realised it’s still yet to be featured here. It’s not something I wear very often, as I find it’s not such an easy piece to just throw on, it needs a little thought and I always think it looks nicest when styled super simply like it is here. It’s a thick heavy felted wool and the kimono like shape makes it feel so nice and cosy on cold days, like I’m wrapped up in my robe, which makes me wish I could just throw it on over everything. My favourite part though is the unique, sculptural draped sleeves, they’re such a great focal point that they really don’t need any extra fuss going on, they make an outfit special all by themselves.

This beautiful necklace from Jessica Flinn was my first secret santa present of the year. Organised by the lovely Bethanie we were each given a £30 budget to spend on jewellery at House of Fraser for our giftee, once we’d stalked our bloggers social channels and blog to get a good idea of what we thought they would like, we sent our choices over and they did the rest sending everyone their presents. I was so excited yet nervous to see what mine would be, as I am quite picky with jewellery, and I couldn’t have opened it any quicker once it arrived! My girl did better than good though, it was the most perfect piece – picking up on my love of young designers and starry skies. I truly love it and it’s definitely something I would have chosen myself and can see getting a lot of wear, I actually had my eye on it when I was searching for my girls present!

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  1. Posted 30.11.2015 at 1:03 pm | Permalink

    Steph you look SO statuesque and beautiful in this outfit. One could say the look is comparable to Clint Eastwood’s son even . . .
    J xxx

  2. Posted 30.11.2015 at 9:41 pm | Permalink

    BEAUTIFUL Steph! I looooove that jacket and well, whoever picked that necklace must have exceptional fashion sense but somewhat questionable taste in celebrity men.

    • Posted 30.11.2015 at 10:15 pm | Permalink

      Hey, you leave poor Matt Damon out of this! Haha. I agree though, truly exceptional taste! ;)

  3. Posted 30.11.2015 at 10:09 pm | Permalink

    I love that jacket, it’s such a beautiful shape! The necklace is super cute too, I love anything with stars on x

    Josie | Sick Chick Chic

  4. Posted 04.12.2015 at 2:07 pm | Permalink

    You look amazing here I love that coat!

    Maria xxx

  5. vivien_noir
    Posted 31.12.2015 at 12:59 pm | Permalink

    I have to admit, this is the first piece that doesn’t make me squeak with joy. I like a lot of Stella’s designs, but the fabric resembles to the very little loved (say: loathed) traditional jackets we kids had to wear to boring, traditional events together with traditional area-based dirndl designs in boring fabrics. So this time no great love for me, but (out of my own background to it) more memories of long, boring preaches in church or on the streets, mixed with a slight bathing robe-like look (I don’t own a bathing robe for certain reasons).

    • Posted 03.01.2016 at 10:33 pm | Permalink

      I know exactly what you mean by having clothing you hated being made to wear as a child influence what you like as an adult – my school uniform was black trousers and a bottle green sweater, and even now I still hate bottle green and couldn’t bring myself to wear it again!

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