I'm really pleased with them but note I did go up a half size after reading a few reviews and knowing I'd probably be wearing them with thicker socks. I normally wear a UK 5, EU 38, usually a US 7.5 but went for a US 8 and they're the perfect size.
Here I've teamed them with Lee skinny jeans, Uniqlo flannel check shirt, over a Uniqlo heattech t-shirt, Maje parka, cable knit hat, Dents sheepskin gloves, similar here, all old. However today was the first time I've reached for my thermals and I swear by the heattech range from Uniqlo. I've also got some thin M&S Heatgen leggings that I can wear under my skinny jeans, so I thought I'd look for the best of the rest of thermals on the high street at the moment.
The Uniqlo t-shirt in todays outfit builder is the same as my own and with some Heattech styles currently on limited offer now is definitely the time to stock up before we have more snow flurries.
See the rest of my outfit builder below for a 'layering light but keeping warm' outfit, which is similar to my own. Click on the links to shop and thanks for stopping by.
Madewell Plaid patchwork shirt £69.88
Mango 'Jandri' straight crop jeans £35.99
Uniqlo Heattech scoop neck T-shirt now £7.90
J.Crew Ribbed Beanie with faux fur pom pom £39.50
Cashmere dip dye scarf now £44
J.Crew Matte Chelsea rain boot £78
Essie 'Cashmere' Matte Nail polish £4.95