Wednesday Wishlist: New York



Firetrap Anderson Coat in Night £45  |  Abandom Pila Playsuit £10  |  Tfnc Peplum Lace Dress £42  |  Vero Moda Meilin Dress £28  |  Ugg Bailey Button Gloves £65  |  Abandon Zippy Boots £40

As some of you may know, I am off to New York in December with my Mum for her 50th birthday (not that she looks it!) I definitely want a whole new wardrobe for it, and what better place to look then USC!

USC is a store I used to visit a lot with my parents and always wanted everything in there! It has such a wide variety of women's clothes, different brands, different styles - the women's clothing section is definitely a must see! After a recent trip to Brighton I rediscovered the wonder that is USC, and realised this was the perfect place to look for my NY wardrobe!

I love the women's dresses. Especially the black lace peplum dress above, perfect for smart evenings and dinners with the mother with some tights and gold accessories - simple and chic! As well as this flippy dress, perfect with tights and these boots for wondering around the streets of New York, wrapped up warm with this coat (you know I love my navy) and these Ugg gloves - something I've been looking to get my hands on! This playsuit is so cute as well, I couldn't resist! Again with tights it can be dressed up or down for one of those days that take us through from day to night. Parfait!

I can't wait to go - and I'm sure I will come back with a new wardrobe, but we all need something new to wear out there as well! It is New York after all!

Have you been to USC before? What do you think of their range?
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3 comments

  1. oh my god, how exciting that you are going to new york! I am so jealous, I want to go too;)
    xx Kate

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  2. Wow that firetrap coat is amazing and bargain too! I usually spend £100 in M&S for my winter coats or Asos. I love the fit of it

    Missy (never a dull moment)

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