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Skirt & Vest – Vintage (in Covent Garden), Shoes – Office, Jacket - ASOS, Bag – Topshop, Striped Top – Gmarket

I bought an electronic blanket a few days ago and MY GOODNESS does it beckon me to bed, all day. For the past week that my heater didn’t work and the nights were getting so cold I couldn’t fall asleep till 3am, going to bed was a nuisance. Now work is a nuisance, school’s a nuisance, all life outside the bed is a nuisance. URG. I started this blogging deal 3 hours ago and every 5 minutes I’ve been zoning out into the direction of the bed imaging stupid things like if I die in my sleep with the heating still on would I be cooked raw, medium or well done before someone finds my body.
There, I’ve just gone and stroked the warm underbelly of the duvet for nothing more than pleasure’s sake, and I’m afraid I must go now, goodbye.

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  1. Francesca H.

    I seriously love your blog, it entertains me to no end.

    PS. I want your shoes.

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  2. <3, more DIYs please :)

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  3. hahaha, this is why i love your blog. and a warm duvet sounds amazing, mmyes…

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  4. Hahaha last winter (I’m from the sthn hemisphere) my bed warmed up with my brand new electric blanket was the highlight of my day! At first I was rather terrified because of the horror stories I had heard about electric blankets but I’m still alive.

    Lovely outfit :-)

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  5. i need an electric blanket!! so jealous.

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  6. my bestfriend julie has an electric blanket..but instead her family uses it as a floormat/rug when it gets cold so when you sit to eat dinner/watch tv (they use low-table cos they korean haha) then your butt gets all warm and toasty. i freaking love it.

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  7. killer shoes!

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  8. Young

    You, ma’am, are very clever and should consider a profession that would incorporate your charming writing skills. Always, always impressed and entertained!

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  9. Gorgeous outfit Shini!

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  10. loving the color of your skirt!

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  11. wow these photos are so gorgeous. love the yummy colour of the skirt
    x

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  12. I just got a fluffy new duvet and pillows and everyone teases me for napping constantly, but they just … dont… understand… zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

    lola re xoxo

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  13. Oh I’ve absolutely had enough of my bed the last few days… this outfit is a beauty! x

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  14. I always love reading your blog, the wonders & terrors of the electric blanket, hah. Anywho…I’m really liking this outfit, this is probably the first post I’ve read on a blog that’s reminded me it’s getting COLD, a fact that I’m just trying not to accept. The skirt is incredible, and I love everything else as well!

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  15. Loving the shoes and that standout skirt!

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  16. Love this vest, it’s amazing! And I’m going to buy such blanket as soon as possible!

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  17. My Dad won’t let us have electric blankets in the house, he thinks they’re a fire hazard so its old fashioned hot water bottles for me! nice outfit btw – love the red skirt and the top photo. :)

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  18. hilarious. i love the skirt.

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  19. oh love that skirt!

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  20. The color of the skirt is beautiful!

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  21. I had an electronic blanket when I was a kid and OMG I loved it! Love your skirt, beautiful color!

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  22. Yao

    Even reading about your electric blanket makes me yearn for my own cozy bed, which does not boast a blanket of toasty warmness, but is right next to the radiator. Mmmmmm.

    Wonderful shirt combination, btw! Your blog is always a wonderful inspiration in how to layer for me. :)

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  23. Dude, is that a leather vest? Seriously you are too cool Shini! I totally get the electric blanket loving. I sooo wanted want, but was told that as I’m not a 65 year old granny I should maybe rethink. I suppose I’ll just stick to slippers, rummy and a pipe.

    PP x

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  24. I probably wouldn’t get out of bed at all if I had an electric blanket!!!
    I LOVE your orange skirt & leather vest! Paired with the striped shirt is absolutely amazing.
    I love your style!
    xo

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  25. interesting combo with the vest and shirt

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  26. Oh, I wish I could sleep – but I can’t. Hope you are warm and cozy <3

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  27. that last picture is so great. I’ve always been wary of electric blankets, i’d imagine the wires would make them too stiff.

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  28. dude, those things are bad news bears. i now have a mobile heating pad that i bring with me to work! i’d say that thing is on my person 18 hours a day.

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  29. Read the post, then clicked on commentary just to see if would was said in response.

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  30. Chloe

    you’re so cute :)

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  31. hi lovely!i am a bit quite lately but i watch you as promised!congrats to the vogue feature, i am proud of you!i love the quality of your pics and your always playful words.
    hope you are all fine bebe!
    send you a kiss from vienna where it snows(!!)…wtf?
    eszter

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  32. hehehe never had an electronic blanket but then again i guess it doesn’t get cold enough here in hk. that first pic looks like it came from an editorial in a magazine.

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  33. Nice skirt hehe. Mmmh, I’m quite scared of electronic blankets but maybe that would be the solution to me waking up every morning with a sore throat and feeling freezing. I already got the M&S socks/ slippers weird combo that looks horrid but feels sooo soft: I even feel ashamed when the courier from Tesco Direct spots me in these! I now blame it on Hampstead, I was never this cold in Marylebone. Could that be possible? Loving your blog as always dear. xx

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  34. I love the light in these photos.

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  35. i like th composition of these shotssssss

    http://www.jetblackdye.blogspot.com

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  36. Love the skirt! I’ve wanted the same colour skirt for some time now!

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  37. I MUST have that skirt! Oh…and an electric blanket ;)

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  38. beautiful good

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