On Saturday we went on a family day out to celebrate my grandma’s birthday. We visited Bent’s garden centre, before sitting down for a lovely meal at Albert’s, one of the few restaurants that everyone in the family can enjoy equally.
While we were waiting to be served, I took the opportunity to get a few snaps of my new outfit, that was kindly sent to me from wearall.com
I have been on the lookout for some comfortable yet stylish transitional outfits and this one was just perfect for a day out where I wasn’t to feel like myself, but still be quite casual.
I paired the outfit with my go-to accessories, H&M sunglasses, H! for Henry Holland satchel and Asos boots. In recent years, I have noticed I gravitate more towards items that have a certain practicality to them, instead of just wearing things because they look interesting.
For the finishing touches, I added some silver gemstone jewellery. I felt that thin necklaces complemented this outfit better than by signature chainmail so I opted for a more delicate look this time.
* Mesh panel bodysuit: Wearall
*Paper bag tie waist trousers: Wearall
Boots: Asos (similar)
Satchel: H! for Henry Holland (sold out)
Some rings from Dixi: wishbone, little luna, crescent moon
This month I’ve been obsessed with re-defining my style and pin-pointing my new wardrobe staples.
I see style as something that constantly evolves as you mature and change circumstances and habits and I love that about it, but I also love those pieces you can wear year after year, without feeling they’ve become tired.
I currently love easy but dramatic dresses, drapey cardigans, printed sheers, harness bras, tight or harem style bottoms and leather boots and jackets.
I’d also love to hear what you’re wardrobe stapes are.
This week I’ve been mostly obsessed by this middle image. I found it on pinterest under dream closet and was instantly drawn to it. It looked really familiar and I realised that’s because it’s like something I would have in my shop, if it existed. I actually have a lot of similar items planned for my new house.
This week has also been about experimenting with colour in my make up, horse-related shoot inspiration and finding these boots that always seem to be sold out in my size. The tree light unfortunately isn’t available for sale but I’m on the lookout for the next best thing.