The February Edit

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The February Edit
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With 2024 now in full swing, it’s time to find those wardrobe staples this February. Whether you’re planning on getting your steps around the City, or curling up on the sofa, we’ve got the perfect pieces to meet all your needs this month.

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Women’s Allure Pullover, £80

The lovely Allure pullover upgrades the standard sweatshirt with a luxurious quilted fabric that has a thick, soft feel. It’s ideal for working out and hanging out. It looks fantastic with yoga pants or jeans. In short, you’ll never want to take it off.

Extreme Fleece Lined Leggings, £32

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You’ve not quite experienced warm leggings until trying LOVALL’s Extreme Fleece Lined Leggings. With an extra thick fleece interior, and an insulating ribbed exterior, these are the leggings you’ll need to keep out the cold. Get January sorted with the warmest leggings on the market.

Women’s Furrow Sneakers £85

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Experience comfort with the Women’s Furrow Sneakers. Their classic look and breathability makes them a great everyday pair of shoes. These urban shoes are made with recycled materials. See composition for more details.

CARMEX Minis

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Come in three fabulously fruity scents – Strawberry, Cherry and Pineapple Mint. Each contains SPF 15 protection. They’re designed to soothe, nourish and moisturise and are ideal for dry, chapped lips.

CARMEX is available at multiple stockists including Boots, ASOS and Superdrug.

Ready for bed

Brushed Cotton PJs

The year has had a chilly start, so get yourself some cosy PJs to snuggle up in at home. LOVALL’s Brushed Cotton PJs are the perfect pair. With soft-touch fabric, an adjustable waistband, and jogger-style bottoms, they are practical and comfortable. Perfect for relaxing in.

Image Credits: Lovall – The Home Of Leggings, Denim & Timeless Basics

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