Hello my precious readers! I know there are not a lot of you… but that’s what makes you more special to me, and I’m indeed very grateful of your time for reading any of my post/s.
This was taken last weekend when my hubby and I took my daughter to a friend’s birthday party. We passed by near the windmills on our way home, so I’ve asked my other half for a quick stop by to take some outfit shots. It’s one of my favourite areas near where I live but unfortunately, there’s no public right of way… so I stood just outside the fence whilst the cows watched me, and most probably thinking what on earth I was doing.
The sun was out and it felt rather nice and warm… so I decided to wear a skirt- a vintage inspired skirt that I bought from a vintage festival I’ve been to recently as seen on my recent post, and this skirt was basically the base of my whole look.
The brand of the skirt is Vintage to Vogue, she makes a lot of printed vintage inspired skirt and the print I fell for was the famous British icons… union jack, London taxi, double decker bus, red telephone booth and the classic HRM red post box.
I paired it up with a very thin almost see through cotton tee, bought it from H&M sale for a few quid.
I finished it off with my three years old charity shop purchased wedge for four pounds and just threw on some simple gold and pearl accessories here and there.
My sunnies are from Primark for a pound; they protected my sensitive eyes well and just complimented the whole look. My worn-out blue clutch was a hand-me-down from a friend as seen on this outfit post.
Hope you enjoyed this style story, and thanks again for dropping by.
Lots of love,