Cosy up with Chi Chi London

Another fashion season has come and gone, leaving us attempting to collect our thoughts and realign our wardrobes again. Its now out with the summer frocks and in with cosy loungewear, snuggly jumpers and layering up with stylish outerwear.

This month we bring you our favourite Chi Chi London outfits, perfect for the autumn to winter transition.


A great coat is an essential element of your style in cold weather and it’s one of the most important buying decisions you will make this season, because you will most probably be wearing your on more than one occasion.

A well-chosen coat must neither be too short nor too long. The coat length should be based on the size of the body. Ideally, you will have multiple coats in your wardrobe as it’s difficult to find a coat that would be ideal for all situations.

We loved these two very different styles.

Chi Chi Nina Coat 

We love this Nina coat as its really versatile. Firstly its warm, which is very important over the coming colder months. Secondly, it’s an allrounder, perfect to snuggle up in on long walks with the dog, or one to dress up with in the evening over a smart outfit. The texture of the white teddy fabric adds a feminine touch to an oversized look. Finally, the length of the coat is mid, meaning if you wanted to wear with a long skirt or dress you could get away with it.

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Chi Chi Sofie Jacket 

This jacket is a little thinner and a little longer than the Nina, its more suited to trips such as shopping when you are in and out of shops or from getting from A to B. We love the fact its a good daytime coat with a pair of jeans and white sneakers or dress it up with a glam evening dress and heels. The neutral colour means you can mix and match with most others.

With both these coats we believe you will have all looks covered.

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Wrapping up

There is no doubt that scarves are an accessory that everyone has in their wardrobes. You can wear a scarf for its original purpose, to keep you warm, but they also look really cool with the right outfit too. There are so many different ways to wear a scarf which is why they are one of our favourite accessories.

Chi Chi Rebekka Scarf

This blanket scarf is a slightly larger scarf. As the name suggests, it may look like you’re wearing a blanket. You will notice a lot of people wearing a blanket scarf in the autumn as they have become trendy and the most popular print, of course, is plaid. We love this pink knitted one! Its bulky and cosy – and it looks fab with the Nina coat!

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Chi Chi Lisha Scarf

A long scarf or rectangular scarf, is probably the most popular scarf to wear these days. These long scarves can be worn loose, looped, or knotted in multiple ways. We love this Lisha scarf, it also has four cute little pom poms!

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Loungewear is for wearing at home and small errands. And guess what: while they’re perfect for indoor use, you can maximise them outdoors, too! Especially over the next few weeks as we face our second lockdown. There are many options when it comes to loungewear but here are a few of our Chi Chi London favourites…

Chi Chi Nancy Lounge Set 

You can’t beat a good hoodie set, and with this light weight olive green duo, autumn walks and house work are all covered in the same day without the need for any change of clothes.

This version was so popular its sold out but see similar >

Chi Chi Rosie Lounge Set

We love this set, it’s casual but elegant with its ruffled sleeves. With great quality fabric this set is thick enough to cosy up in whilst snuggling up to a movie or featuring the top half on those all important zoom calls over lockdown part 2.

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Chi Chi Sarah Lounge Set

By far the smartest option of our three favourites but with its turtle neck poncho style top its a great outfit to layer up. The colour goes with most things we liked mixing it with the Chi Chi Nina coat.

This version was also popular but a similar style can be found here >

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