Having a few days off between Christmas and New Year was a much needed break from work and the perfect opportunity to spend time with friends, go to the cinema and go out and explore the city during the day. This one day in particular, I went to the movies to see “Paddington”, which although it is a children’s film, it was very entertaining. It made me laugh and that’s exactly what I needed to do. We go the tickets and went for a walk around Islington, to kill time before the film and of course, do an outfit photo, as opportunities for these tend to be scarce these days.
I love mixing patterns. I do. I’ve been doing it more and more often.
I think the main secret is to stick to a colour scheme -see what I did here? Other than that. just do what you feel looks right. Just don’t be boring!
Details: Cardigan – H&M, Dress– Camden Town Market, Tights – Calzedonia, Shoes – Irregular Choice, Shirt – vintage, handmade by my Great Aunt.
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During my latest visit to Sheffield, where I met the amazing blogger gals, we visited Loulou’s Vintage Market and purchased three dresses. As a few people demanded to see them and I do as I am told, here they are.
Dress – Vintage 60’s, Tights – Kohls (cost me a fortune: 80 cents of a dollar), Feminist brooch – Hannah Zakari, Shoes – Irregular Choice (via Ebay)
Dress: Vintage, Cardigan – Zara, Tights – forget the name, got them from TK Maxx, Shoes – Irregular Choice (via Ebay)
Dress – Vintage, Tights – don’t remember anymore, Jacket – French Navy surplus (from some shop in Camden back in the 90’s, when my love affair with sailor collars and all things nautical started), Shoes – Pink Bitches by Irregular Choice (via Ebay)
And of course, I have to ask: which one is your favourite?
Hi guys! I still have lots of interesting things to say about Morocco so I thought I’d get the outfits out of the way, all at once and progress to useful guides and suggestions posts next. I’ll be writing about nice places to see, fun things to do and delicious things to eat, so stay tuned.
Dress – Alice Temperley (via TK Maxx), Scarf – Zara, Belt – Primark, Shoes – Carvela (via TK Maxx)
I had plenty of orange juice while in Morocco, it was everywhere, it was delicious and it was dirt cheap!
Moroccan leather slippers – present from my in-laws. I love the hearts and stars on them.
Dress – Nishe (blog sale), Cardigan – Primark, Scarf – Oscar de La Renta (via TK Maxx), Leather bag – thrifted in Oxfam.
More orange juice! I love the scarf, it was a present from Jo at Fe-line.
A comfortable outfit – Coat – H&M (via Ebay), Shirt – Alice Temperley, Polkadot Jeans – Lavo Jeans (both via TK Maxx), Glitter Trainers – Springfield
I look a bit disheveled, this was taken right after we visited the hammam, the Moroccan spa. It was bliss, I must say. Polkadot Red Dress – H&M (via Ebay), Tshirt – Primark
Stars nail wraps from Nail Rocks.
Dress – From Camden Market
Dress – H&M (via Ebay), Tights – Ebay, Turban – Lomography shop in Lisbon
Sunnies – Pucci (via TK Maxx)
Dress – Yumi (via TK Maxx)
I love the little birds and the cages on this dress. It’s too adorable.
Almost at the Sahara Desert!
So these were my holiday outfits. I hope you like them.
As it is Visible Monday time, I am sharing these at Patti’s. Join me there!
Farm! These were taken one day after work, when we stopped at the yard, so Iain could take care of his horse, on our way to Notts. As he was doing it I had to make myself busy and what better way than chasing all the animals around with a camera in hand?
As pointed out by Dr David, the Estonian sheep herder style is now in fashion, as can be seen by my furry vest.
BEST Bag in the World: from Rough Trade Records (I forgot the name of the guy who designed it though), Bird Dress: from Camden Market (can also be seen here), Sheep Herder Vest: Primark, Boots: Zara, Long sleeve Tshirt: H&M