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Joe Browns favourites from the new catalogue

The latest Joe Browns catalogue popped through my letterbox yesterday and I was excited to see their latest clothing for sale. By the way, this post isn’t sponsored or paid for by Joe Browns, I’m just a big fan of their clothes – they have quirky unusual styles that are very wearable and more than any other brand, my wardrobe is filled with items from this catalogue. If you like brightly coloured prints, then this is definitely the company for you, but if you’re more like me and prefer plain or subtle designs, then there is still plenty to choose from. Here are some of my favourites…..

Joe Browns Mix it up dress

Joe Browns Mix it up dress

I have this dress already in burgundy with slightly different textures, and I’d love it in navy blue as well. This is so flattering on and really warm.

 

Joe Browns Cinderella dress

Joe Browns Cinderella dress

The bodice part of this dress is very similar to some of the clothes I make for Oshun, so perhaps that’s why I’m drawn to it.

 

Joe Browns Chic Beaded Tunic

Joe Browns Chic Beaded Tunic

This dress is so beautiful. It’s available in black as well, but I like the ethereal feel of the silver grey. It would be perfect for Christmas parties.

 

Joe Browns Creative Crinkle Top

Joe Browns Creative Crinkle Top

I’m always on the look out for tops that are comfy enough to wear round the house, but also have details that make me feel a bit more interesting! This is just the one.

 

Joe Browns Lace it up rib Top

Joe Browns Lace it up rib Top

I had a bottle green top just like this in the ’90s, and I think I’m definitely going to have to buy this one. Also it’s ribbed, which is always more flattering.

Joe Browns Wear it your own way Top

Joe Browns Wear it your own way Top

This is quite a plain top, but the sipped hem at the sides make it just that little bit different, which I like. I can imagine wearing this all the time.

Joe Browns Mysterious velvet Coat

Joe Browns Mysterious velvet Coat

Joe Browns always do excellent coats, but I think this is my favourite this year. Velvet is my favourite material and I think the jacquard panels and the lace at the hem give it a bit of a Victorian circus vibe, which you probably know by now is my sort of thing!

Joe Browns Vintage Victoriana lace Boots

Joe Browns Vintage Victoriana lace Boots

Oh my goodness, there were a lot of shoes and boots I love, but continuing with the above theme, these are simply gorgeous!

Joe Browns Make a Statement Shoe Boots

Joe Browns Make a Statement Shoe Boots

I love these as well – they’d look great with my tweed bloomers!

So that’s it for now – it was really difficult just choosing a few things to show you. This is a different sort of post for me, but I’m using Blogtober as a chance to try new things, so please let me know in the comments if you like blog post like these. Thank you!

 

 

 

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