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  • Mum Fashion: A Tiger Jumper from Yumi

    Ah, that moment when you realise that you’re pulling the exact same expression as the face on your jumper.  Kirsty and I can’t stop giggling when we look at this picture; we think that the tiger must be my long-lost twin brother.  Can you see the similarity?

    Baby fashion is more my thing but I’ve been working on extending my autumn wardrobe and this jumper from Yumi has fast become a favourite, much to Kirsty’s annoyance as it was originally bought for her.  One of the best things about dating a woman, for me, is being able to pilfer their wardrobe!  Anyway, she hasn’t worn this jumper yet but I’ve worn it thrice and I love everything about it, from the bow tie that matches the tiger’s eyes to the flattering, loose fit and the thin material that makes it ideal for warm evenings.

    The other thing that I love about this jumper is how versatile it is: paired with jeans it’s a perfect casual outfit but it dresses up perfectly with a skirt and heels.  I’ve worn it to walk the dog, to my London office and on a quick photoshoot and felt comfortable in each setting.  My only qualm is that I’m wearing a jumper in August… but I suppose that is the British summer for you!

    What do you think of my outfit?  Are you all wearing jumpers in this weather too?!



    1. August 2, 2015 / 10:15 pm

      That jumper really suits you, so cute! Love your matching moody lions looks too! x

    2. August 2, 2015 / 11:16 pm

      It’s an awesome jumper – Kirsty isn’t getting it back is she!!

    3. August 3, 2015 / 11:06 am

      Such a cute jumper! I can’t believe we’re wearing jumpers in August. This darn Summer is a lost cause.

    4. Caroline
      August 4, 2015 / 9:12 pm

      Your style is so fierce and I want your jumper. Haha Kirsty is clearly going to have trouble getting her jumper back from you. By the time it gets to August, I’m ready to start giving the old knitwear an airing. I love love loooove Autumn and this post has got me excited for summer’s end.

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