I know I know, sandals… really?! But these outfit photos were taken a while ago now, not that I have to justify myself to anyone but I just thought i'd say.
Just a simple look with the boyfriends sweater (of course) and my old cream trousers by Sandro, that I pinned up in order to make them cropped, which is kinda obvious I know but it still created the look I wanted to achieve. To set the outfit off I just added my wide brim hat and Chanel bag, for an easy-chic, comfy and classic combo.
And hey, can you believe we are at the end of October already?! I still have a few outfits to show you from earlier this month, i'll try and get them uploaded next week. Also are you doing anything for halloween? We're broke and all unwell with a horrible cold so keeping things to a minimum. My sister, my mum and I might watch a classic horror film tonight, possibly make some toffee apples and carve a pumpkin (if we can find one last minute).
Take care lovelies and have a Happy/spooky Halloween ,
Here is something I wore not to long before all the fashion week stuff started. A good transitional look to take me from summer to Autumn, bare legs with sandals on the bottom and two layered vests on top. I belted the green vest in order to make into a dress and then added my See by Chloe one on top, which is more of an autumn/winter piece, so it was perfect for adding and creating a little more texture and depth to the outfit. It was a fairly grey day, so I added some colour with my accessories, which in turn gave the look the right amount of lift.
Hi lovelies, this is what I wore to a Christening over a month ago now and I haven't been to a Christening since I was about five years old but I figured dress code should be slightly similar to that of a wedding guest but slightly more toned down.
So I wore this beautifully printed dress, that I bought from Jaeger a few years ago, you might of seen it in a couple of outfit posts already but styled as tunic over trousers. I kept things a little more ladylike for this occasion with just a classic navy cardigan, a vintage bag and my Marni Sandals. I wasn't sure if we would have time to get photos done but luckily we did and I took advantage of the pretty church to take a few snaps. I don't know if i've ever posted any pictures of boyfriend and I together but seeing as he was looking smart as apposed to his usual jogger and hoodie attire (don't worry I love him anyway) I thought i'd take the opportunity.
During the summer, an overly layered look isn't always possible but there are days when that's all i'm in the mood for and I often find that combining prints or layering jewellery seems to be the perfect compromise to satisfy my sartorial needs. This printed skirt by Marni is a favourite for sure and teaming it with a striped tee seemed to be a winning combination but then again, name me a print that doesn't look good against classic stripes!
A little cardigan and my two tone sandals kept the look grounded whilst I added in some colour and texture with my accessories.
I hope you all like todays look. Thank you for reading and take care,