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Winter. Are you feelin’ it?

Lots of layers, clean checks, striped tops, high waisted jeans and pops of tan. The cooler weather has dropped into Melbourne and Marks and Spencer has taken over our wardrobes with muted tones, great shapes and of course, comfort.

IHB’s new curve gal, Paulina, has hit the street with me and we’re here to show you, winter fashion at Marks and Spencer is good for women of all shapes. Paulina’s first look is heaven for a weekend; black high waist jeggings ($33), striped tee ($27) and a tan duster coat ($76). Anyone on the run, and needing some tan in their life, better shop this one fast because no doubt, it will sell quick!

Throw on a pair of clean, white sneakers, and you’re laughing. The look is very affordable too and could be paired back with denim.

I’m adoring checks right now the textured duster coat ($97) is perfect over a crisp, whte shirt and a pair of Marks and Spencer denim jeans ($76). The colour of the denim is quite worn (which I’m liking as a change from the skinny ripped jeans).

Paulina wearing Striped Tee – $27
Tan knitted Coat – $76

The black open toe heels ($42) mean you can 100% wear this to work. Or if you’d prefer more coverage, opt for a pair of boots.

Textured Duster Coat
Black Mule Sandals  $42

Our second look for Paulina, channels a bohemian style. She rocks the tiered shirt maxi dress ($97) in a size 18 with a light denim jacket and dark coloured boots. Perfect for a winter festival and great for travel because it’s pure cotton. Bonus!

Curve Denim Jacket $76
Shirt Maxi Dress $97
Denim Mini Skirt $49

In contrast I went with a cleaner, more structured look for a day of meetings ahead. The denim skirt ($49) could be worn with opaque tights if you don’t want to go bare-legged! And the knitted tee, is bargain of the week, coming in at only $27 and oh-so-versatile.

Saddle Bag ($64)

Cross body bags are always in. This one is a mixy-matchy neutral number (for $64!) that would compliment any of these outfits.

Short Sleeved Knitted Top – $27

Winter heels do exist. I stumbled across these Marks and Spencer ones, for only $54, and just had to have. Can I also report they’re VERY comfortable. The would also work beautifully with a pair of mum jeans or midi skirt.

strappy heels – $54

This post is sponsored by Marks and Spencer.

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