I almost didn't share this outfit here on my blog but changed my mind because turns out I managed to get exactly four (somewhat) decent photos of it. But let me just back it up a little and explain what happened: my camera died on me mid-shoot in Seoul.
PS: The second time it happened, actually.

For every outfit I shoot, I  always have about a hundred photos or more to choose from and can get 30 good ones out of them (less than 30% really, I'm hardly the best "model"!) so I was like a duck out of water this time. But four OK photos are not so bad, eh?

    Besides, I really want to share with you this cosy blanket of a scarf I got right before my trip to Seoul! It's from an older Uniqlo x Ines de la Fressange collection and I thought I was going to get SO MUCH USE out of it  until I got to Seoul and discovered how incredibly staticky it was!

    It's such a beautiful warm scarf so I was disappointed, especially since I'm out of depth when it comes to dealing with static. I am generally a staticky person but never had I dealt with a piece of clothing that legitimately scared me into thinking it could burst into flames at any moment!

    So please, if you have any tip on how to lessen static on clothing, please share with me, as I'd love to wear this scarf again comfortably! All suggestions welcomed ❤

      PS: These photos didn't do my matching top + bottom and bag and boots justice, so hoping to re-wear and re-shoot them!

      Wearing: Sense of Place varsity coat (worn on Snowy Day)  |  Zara top & pants  |  Topshop boots  |  PlayNoMore bag  |  H&M cat-ears beanie  |  Uniqlo x Ines de la Fressange scarf  |  Shades from Shibuya 109