These photos are from the last two weeks, since I didn’t manage to get a photo every day. The weather has been up and down, but mostly sunny, and even positively warm on a couple of the days.
This has become one of my favourite outfits. It is super comfortable, and I feel super confident in as well. These boots from Wittner are ah-mazing! You can’t really see it in the pic, but the heel and the back is suede, while the rest is regular leather, and despite the heel, they are so comfy.
Black jersey knit: Belle Curve
Black tank:Flower Clothing Skinny jeans: Belle Curve Black horn cuff: Etsy Silver necklace: Witchery
Black wedges: Wittner
I received this scarf ages ago as a secret santa gift, and not only was it the perfect present for me, it is also amazingly versatile due to all the colours it contains.
Purple alpaca tunic: Eileen Fisher Skinny jeans: Belle Curve
Black wedges: Wittner Multi-coloured scarf: a gift
This outfit doesn’t look as good in the pic as it does in real life, I promise! In real life, the knit trench drapes and moves really well. Plus, layered over a wool sweater, it is the perfect weight for the cool but not cold weather we’ve been having.
Again, this outfit looks better in real life, but I think even if it didn’t, it is the perfect “at home” outfit – it is comfy, practical, but still perfectly nice if you need to dash out of the house. I think it would have looked much better with my new black wedges rather than the ballet flats, but since I was mostly at home this day, you’ll have to give me a pass for slipping on ballet flats to run down to the post office.
Teal knit tunic: TS14+ Teal under tee: TS 14+ Skinny jeans: Belle Curve
Gunmetal flats: Witchery
This is what I will probably now call my hospital outfit for all eternity, since I literally spent 24 hours in it, mostly at the children’s hospital. I started the morning by picking a nice but still casual outfit for my son’s assembly as he was receiving an award. Little did I know that it would need to survive a stint in the ER, followed by a night “sleeping” in a recliner chair next to my son’s hospital bed! It was surprisingly comfortable (definitely more comfortable than my sleeping arrangements!), and still looked presentable when I was meeting with the docs the next morning.