I love wearing these navy trousers by Acne with my platform brogues, something about the way they have this baggy hang over the shoes. I also love wearing this very cosy waffle-knit rugby shirt that I bought from the M&S mens department a little while ago, perfect for pairing with smarter trousers like these or just your favourite denim on a cosy sunday.
So this past weekend felt like it lasted a week with all the things that have happened. Firstly there was the tragic helicopter accident that happened in Glasgow, where to many people lost there lives, which was truly heartbreaking. Then there was a young man in the town that I live that lost his life, though i'm not sure on the details yet but the town is small and things don't happen like this very often, so its always very hard hitting when it does. And to conclude, the world lost actor Paul Walker along with driver Roger Rodas. It's always hard when young lives are taken and so unexpectedly because it's not just one or two lives that are effected, it's everyone else that is left behind, the family and friends that are faced with the grieving, that I can only imagine to be heart wrenching and it's with them I send my prayers.
For me blogging is usually place where I escape real life problems but today I felt I needed to at least give it a mention. I love my family, they are my world and every day i'm grateful for being blessed with such a caring mother, a supportive sister, a beautiful nephew and my loving boyfriend. And it's at times like this that we should maybe show a little extra gratitude to who we have in our lives.
Thank you if you have taken the time to read this and I hope you enjoy my outfit photos,
Back on a very windy sunday and a potentially a rainy one, I decided wearing my wardrobe basics was the only way to go. This cable-knit sweater, these levi jeans, my beige scarf, and this old but still awesome Topshop bag have been in heavy rotation in the last month or so, all pieces are very easy to combine, so why not wear them all together?! With my military green trench coat that I wore a lot back in the spring and my my old Wangs, which I have to admit i've been wearing a lot again recently, I was ready to head on out. The only problem with the trench is that it's quite light and was catching the wind a lot whilst we were shooting these photos, as was my hair, my freaking hair! It's very fine and so even when it's tied up in a bun, it still manages to find a way to escape and float around like pieces of cheese string, I know reeal nice!
Well, take care lovelies and thank you for reading,
Topshop Boutique Trench coat - love this Here & Here
Two outfit posts in a row and i'm wearing the same Kaylee Cho cape/jacket. What can I say, I love it and I find it so easy to style. It's very chic and extremely versatile and I love how it contrasted the neutral layers of this look. Probably way to cold these days to go out in shorts, bare legs and ballet flats but at the time of taking these photos, it was just right!
This is something I wore when me and boyfriend went to check out the Aubin & Wills sample sale, like a month ago now and it ended up being at the Kilver Court designer outlet village which is next to the Mulberry factory, a place i've always wanted to visit! It was outside the factory that we decide to take these photos. I love cute features and this wooden bench had to be taken advantage of as well as the pretty tree, probably why i've ended up with so many photos, oops! I wish i'd known where i'd end up spending the afternoon that day, the outlets there are very suited to my taste, Jack Wills, Toast, Mih Jeans, Margaret Howell (proof is in me coincidently wearing my Mhl. sweater) and many more classic brands.
As far as the outfit go's I know it won't be to everyone taste, if any?! But I loved wearing it, how could I not? A classic sweater plus pj bottoms and then topped of with my McCartney shoes and Kaylee cho jacket, yep that will do it for me.