Jigsaw Lived Not Modelled

When Jigsaw first contacted me about working together, I thought they’d got the wrong person, I was all . .who, me? I know you should recognise your worth and self value and all that jazz but it was one hell of a wow moment for me!

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Jigsaw Lived Not Modelled

I love the concept of this new campaign by Jigsaw, showing the clothes in real life situations giving you inspiration and ideas on how the pieces will fit into your everyday life. So the idea, was for me to pick some pieces to mix in with what I already have. This is great because personally, I’m not able to shop in places like this a lot so for me, it’s all about picking key hero pieces if you like, that will mix in with what I already have and give my look a certain je’ne sais quoi.

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The Statement White Jacket

Me and this jacket had love at first sight, the collar, the colour, someone please tell me what’s not to love? On the website it’s called a jacket, but I’d say it’s more of a coat. The white really brightens up an outfit and adding a certain degree of sophistication. I mean look at me, I’m wearing ripped jeans and I look sophisticated, I bet you didn’t think that was possible right?

I kept this look monochrome in true Sinead style with my current favourites, the ripped Asos jeans and my beloved glove shoes!

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The Coatigan

Now I’ve said before about how I’m on the fence about cardigans and coatigans but at the same time, I’m also pretty obsessed with anything oversized. Firstly, I love that this one has pockets, for me, pockets are essential. Secondly, look at those sleeves and the softness guys, even if you just go in store to feel this – please do.

All I’m wearing here is my usually jeans and a t shirt and this knit makes it look like I’ve made an effort. This is kind of the theme I went for, key pieces that would make looking good effortless! This will be the perfect light layer when it warms up, we’ve got big plans.

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The Collarless Shirt

Shirts are a staple in any womans wardrobe and this one just adds a lovely twist to the norm. I’ve never had a collarless shirt before but I actually really think it suits me! The flared sleeves are what sold it to me, 110%.

I’d wear this sort of outfit if I had to go to London for meetings, something I can feel smart-ish in but still be comfortable. For me comfort is key, if you don’t feel comfortable in what you’re wearing you’ll have the worst day guaranteed!

I’ve already decided that come spring/summer I’ll be wearing this open as a little jacket.

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The Breton Tee

Because you can never have too many t shirts, and you can never have too many stripes. I love the neutral blush colour and I actually only own black and white or blue and white stripes, why is that?

This is such a ” I just got up on a Saturday morning and went down to get coffee and go to the market and chucked my coat on over some jeans and a t shirt” look. It’s so smart and effortless, and isn’t the I just threw this on look something every woman wants to master?!

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Of course my lifestyle shots wouldn’t be my life if they didn’t include the love of my life Daisy. If you  follow me on snapchat (sineadcrowe) you’ll be no stranger to this little one, quite frankly you’re probably sick of the sight of her.

*Collarless Jacket : Jigsaw

*Jacquard Coatigan : Jigsaw

*Collarless Shirt : Jigsaw

*Bretton Tee : Jigsaw

Shop the full collection here!

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  1. 27th March 2016 / 10:09 am

    I love this post! And I love your blog at the moment, I love a blogger who keeps making me want to come back and read more! I haven’t been to Jigsaw in a while. My mum used to always buy me clothes from the children’s department when I was younger!

    • 27th March 2016 / 11:36 pm

      Thanks so much lovely! I’m so glad you’re enjoying the posts! make sure you let me know if theres anything you want me to cover!!!

  2. 27th March 2016 / 11:32 am

    I love the idea behind this campaign and everything you picked out! The coatigan, white jacket and block collar shirt are all lovely. I recently popped into Jigsaw and left with a lovely tailored jacket, definitely want to try out more things from there 🙂 x

    Charlotte’s Road

    • 27th March 2016 / 11:35 pm

      I think this white jacket is such a key wardrobe staple and the colour block shirt is like – you can tell it’s expensive if you know what I mean!?

  3. Stephanie Hartley
    27th March 2016 / 12:37 pm

    The collarless jacket and collarless tee are absolutely incredible! I’m absolutely in love with the detailing on them

    Steph – http:/nourishmeclean.blogspot.com

    • 27th March 2016 / 11:34 pm

      They’re just amazing investment pieces!!

  4. 27th March 2016 / 4:08 pm

    Love this post Sinead! All the looks are gorgeous xx

  5. Holly White
    27th March 2016 / 4:09 pm

    Absolutely gorgeous Sinead! Adore the collarless shirt! Xxx

  6. Sophie Mcfegan
    27th March 2016 / 6:53 pm

    That collarless shirt is absolutely gorgeous! Stunning photos 🙂

    Sophie | DenimMondays

    • 27th March 2016 / 11:33 pm

      Thanks hun! I know, it’s my new favourite thing in my wardrobe!

    • 27th March 2016 / 11:32 pm

      I think that’s my favourite look too!

  7. Caroline
    28th March 2016 / 9:25 am

    Sinead I am having total outfit envy reading this! You look lovely as ever, and the pieces you’ve chosen are, well, gorgeous!
    I am forever drawn to white. Though, with a dog and a toddler, it is totally NOT a realistic colour to wear. I’m loving coatigans, with a couple already in my wardrobe, but this one and the pattern is just, YES, And I am TOTALLY with you on the pocket situation. I hate hate hate items with no or ‘fake’ pockets. it really winds me up.
    The shirt is fab and works so well with jeans. 🙂
    Love Love Love.


    • 1st April 2016 / 8:23 pm

      I know what you mean!!! I make sure I take the jacket off before I walk in the door to say hi to my dog because she’s always jumping over me for cuddles!!! I think I might need to buy a cheaper one swell for certain occasions i.e. – when red wine is flowing and I don’t want spillages on my expensive coat!

  8. priya
    28th March 2016 / 8:06 pm

    Lovely Jigsaw! Work friendly dressing always a yes!

  9. priya
    28th March 2016 / 8:07 pm

    Lovely Jigsaw! So work friendly too!

    • 1st April 2016 / 8:21 pm

      I know! Really work friendly, the sort of clothes you can dress up and down for any occasion!

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