#DebsAWStyle Blogger Style Challenge.

When I got an email regarding Debenhams newest blogger challenge I couldn't wait to pop over and take a look at their website! After losing 1 and a half stone since April I'm desperately in the need for new clothes! 


Been a busy mum with school runs to do and toddlers and babies to run around after I just wanted to glam up my usual 'Mum Uniform' consisting of black leggings, a long length black vest, a cardi and ugg boots. (So Glamorous!)

The Modern Military Trend is my fave for this season, lots of my usual colours but a much more glam feeling about them! So I have upgraded my usual leggings for these Red Herring Black Wax Textured 'Holly' Super Skinny Jeans: 


Then for a more 'I have made an effort...I promise' look I have chosen this Betty Jackson  Designer grey pleat back shirt ...I LOVE  an oversized shirt they hide a multitude of '3 kids in 3 years' body worries and as its already over sized it doesnt matter that I am still losing weight! Ohhh And I adore the pleating on the back! 



Upgrade my 5 year old boyfriend style cardigan to a lush Red Herring Black Textured Biker Jacket (which actually I've wanted for ages!!!)


Trade in my trusty (but wrecked) slobby boots for these H! by Henry Holland Black High Leg Buckle Boots

For this style challenge I also have to design an outfit for a fellow blogger and challenge them to take on the Debenhams Autumn/Winter '14 Style Challenge too!

I nominate Tanya at Polka Dots and Cups Of Tea and here's the outfit I chose for her, Tanya like me is a super busy mum of 4 and weekends are full of football, rugby and gymnastics! So something stylish and comfy would be perfect! I've mixed and matched a bit here using pieces from both the Pastel Palette and the Pink and Berry trends, I think they go perfect together!



Perfect for your Autumn mornings pitch side don't you think Tanya? 

So will you take the Debenhams A/W Style Challenge too? Full details can be found HERE! 


Disclaimer: This is an entry into the #DebsAWStyle Blogger Challenge.

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