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Featuring my top four favourite pieces from Gentle Fawn

A Little About Gentle Fawn

It was created 13 years ago by Daniel and Carla Hogg; this is a brand everyone loves. GF provide customers with distinctive and effortless fashion, everything is made with high quality fabrics and love. Each collection reflects a strong sense of fashion and never neglects the charming nature that sets Gentle Fawn apart from the rest. Today, the original fawn remains as the symbol of the company’s creative beginnings and its design inspiration.

Look #1 Featuring Argos Grey Cardigan:

I love how effortless this cardigan looks, I paired this cardigan with a lace detail tank top and blue ripped denim. This cardigan really put together the entire look, the light grey really matches well with anything and everything. For warmth purposes, I paired this look with a dark grey scarf, which creates the overall coziness vibe for this outfit. This cardigan is definitely designed for this lazy day but you still want to look put together. Bonus:  great layering piece!

Look #2 Featuring Myra Sweater in White & Pepper black

I love layering for the colder months, so I layered a black cami underneath this sweater and my go -o black ripped jeans with this look. Also, I selected this olive green blazer wool coat for warmth. This Myra sweater is a very unique colour, it is neutral yet different, I love the v-neck style and the softness, sometimes I like to style it as an off the shoulder sweater! This is basically a 2 in 1 sweater!

Look #3 Featuring Babylon Dress in Red

The perfect holiday dress! The colour of this dress just screams “Holiday!”
I love the back details of this dress, the bow tie in the back just make this dress different from any other red dress. Not going to lie, I gained a little weight in the past month, but this dress does not show my food baby belly! Also, the lacey details on the bottom of the dress just make this dress look more girly and festive.

Look #4 Featuring Consult Sweater in Heather Grey

This is a perfect turtleneck, I like to call this my “just chillin’ look”, I’ve worn this look to work, school, running errands, chilling at the coffee shop, and catching up with my friends. Basically, I’ve worn this look repeatedly #noshame! It’s just too comfy to say no! This turtle neck allows my neck to breathe and have space to move; unlike other turtlenecks which are always too tight on my neck.

Here’s a “Win Your Wishlist” Contest

where 2 lucky #GFbabes will win a $250 online gift card that can be used towards their wishlist!
How to enter:
1. Follow Gentle Fawn on Pinterest
2. Make a Pinterest board titled “#GFbabe Wishlist”
3. Start pinning your favorite Gentle Fawn pieces along with any other inspo you see fits
4. Once your board is complete, head over to landing page and submit your info and Pinterest board URL.
5. Winners will be announced shortly following the contest

More details click here or check out my latest Instagram post for Gentle Fawn!


Chloe Zhang


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