What I Wore: The Coterie Event

coterie a model recommends ruth crillyme in my ‘speaker’s chair’

Last week I was very honoured to be asked along to The Coterie as a guest speaker to talk about social media. The Coterie (see previous link) is a networking club for hair and fashion professionals and it was great (but extremely nerve-wracking) to talk to so many individuals at the same time – there were some brilliant questions ‘from the floor’ after I had finished, and a few people told me that they felt so inspired they were going straight home to start blogging!

coterie october 2011 ruth crillythe lovely audience just before I was introduced

I decided to stay casual for the event, so stuck to my trusty black high-waisted J-Brand jeans (now in their second year and still going strong!) and my Uniqlo Argyle jumper. My boots are from Belstaff, I have had them since 2005 and they are simply amazing. So hard-wearing! If you have little feet (size 38 and under) then you can try here: The Outnet/Belstaff for half-price boots. Otherwise, My-Wardrobe (here) have the exact same boots for £382. Pricey, I know, but they will last for most of your adult life, I would expect! I think that Uniqlo have now sold out of the Argyle, which is a massive shame as I wanted to try the cardigan versions out, but they have got the cashmere roll-necks in the sale (or they have as of this second, which is 5pm on Friday 4th Nov). I have just bought another two – so now I have five of them! http://tinyurl.com/6zyxna5

Thanks so much to The Coterie for inviting me to speak last week, it was really an honour.

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