Hello my friends. We meet again for my third What I Wore Wednesday. Wow, I can do consistent!
This journey started the day The Photographer went into hospital and although he's been at home for a couple of weeks now, I just seem to have got into a nice little habit of daily outfit shots.
The discipline gets me to think about what I wear. Gets me to work my wardrobe. Yes, there will be times when house and garden choose the outfit for me, but that doesn't mean that I have to stay in the worn-out shorts and vest I start the day with eh? And I swear seeing me presentable at some stage in the day in some way aids my patient's recovery!
So let's crack in with another WIW Wednesday, I hope you enjoy my offerings.
M&S linen print trousers, light taupe cami picking up the print background, coral Woolovers beaded cardi. M&S bronze sandals (not seen).
Felt a bit PJ-like!
Tea with friends. Same cardi over white column, red espadrilles (2nd Loved). The cardi felt better being showcased by the column then hooked in by colour with the shoes.
Cooler day so I chose mum jeans, white T and duck egg cashmere cardi, JoNY. Perked up with fave silk scarf of summer. Bronze sandals.
Meeting at solicitor's office, so poshed up jeans with metallic belt, white T, aqua silk/linen Kaliko jacket (part of suit), metallic espadrilles.
Out to dinner. Black jersey dress, Dotty P. Aqua Woolovers beaded cardi. T strap heels. Teal/black necklace from La Duchesse - love it!
Picnic on beach. Pink leoprint jersey dress, black hat from Next, Birkies.
And later, a napkin draped stylishly over knees - NOT!
Posh meal with TP. Next print dress, grey Woolovers cashmere/merino cardi, Adesso heels. Silver strands. Claudia Bradby double grey pearl earrings. Grey leather Wink bracelet.
Waitrose (grocery shopping) done glam!
Black Linen frilled button top (from skirt suit) worn over Next lace cami. Pewter sandals.
Wore dark jeans for first time in about 3 months! A sign that summer is coming to a close 😢.
Did you find any inspo from my week in outfits?
Digging into your wardrobe and trying pieces in a different way can be so satisfying.
That's what I've been doing with that last top - worn as a suit it's just too "posh" for life in retirement. But splitting up top and bottom and working the individual pieces into more casual outfits creates looks that can fit into the life I lead now.
Is that something you fancy giving a try?
Wishing you a fabulous week ahead,
a la perchoine.