Speaking of mixing prints using one large and one smaller type of print, here is one more showing off the concept. This is a bold look with every item being printed, apart from the bag. I love the sweater by the way. Fabulous colors and perfect for the season.
Today the weather has been strange, one minute the sun is up and the next it’s pouring rain. So to be on the safe side it’s best to put on some jeans. But it’s still summer so to cheer myself up I’ve picked out a pair of summery jeans with a pop of bright yellow. And to make it even more fun I added a bright yellow blazer. If the sun ain’t shining I’m sure going to.
Final long coat today. I’m exhausted after this day. But I’m finally done cleaning and decorating my living room and hallway, and almost all of my kitchen. I just have a few more drawers to sort out, oh and almost forgot that I also need to clean the stove. Still have the bedrooms, toilet, wash room and bathroom left. But I’m seeing the end of it now. I’m off to bed. I’ll leave you with this lovely outfit that I adore. Have a great week everyone!
Floral prints are not for spring and summer only. Wrap yourself in beautiful flowers for any season. I love this floral print below, the darker palette mixed in with the white and light blue makes for an exciting print. Floral dress from Warehouse, belted cape from Etro, Torulabags clutch and pumps by Tom Ford.
I’ve had a crush on the cardigan for years and it continues to be a favourite item of mine. It’s versatile and a lifesaver if it gets cold. It’s probably the item I wear the most around the house. Some cardigans are meant to stay within your walls at home, while others work just as well outside of them. There’s one place where I wear the cardigan more than any other, and that’s on my couch! This outfit below is a perfect example of what I might wear for a lazy day at home. A maxi skirt or leggings, a nice sweater and a cardigan. Hence the couch potato style:)