Oh how pleased I am to sound like a broken record ... I have seriously 💕-ed our glorious Indian Summer! And it was yet another warm and sunny day when I wore my berries (it's sooo much colder now 😥).
The sun was warm, the sky was blue,
And I chose to share my berries with you!
Yes, I know it's autumn when I see the first sight of winter berries. And despite the warm day, I chose to put on my fave fauxs and my berry coated leggings went on for the first time this season.
Berry leggings on - now it's officially autumn in Pout World!
They're from Next and AW17 but still on the website this season. Well, why wouldn't they be when they are so fabulously comfy to wear? Next isn't stupid!
I also spotted something very similar in Primark last week, half the price, but don't know if that makes them half the quality? But the quality of these Next leggings is top notch and I'm still shell-shocked from the mileage I got out of them last winter, yet they washed a dream and came off the line like new. And with a zero ironing requirement, I'm pretty much in love with my berries 💕.
I teamed them with a neat print berry top (M&S, £8.50).
I liked this look but why rest on my laurels ...
It's always a good idea to try some new looks with old clothes when you first take them out for the season.
So I tried my berries with the classics, denim jacket (Gap) and faux leather waterfall biker (Peacocks).
I was happy with both but The Photographer With Fashion Views preferred the biker look (well he would, wouldn't he - I'm guessing it's because it's double the leather ... "Tell me about it, Stud!" (do men EVER get over that Sandy moment?!)
It's like when I asked him to choose between Shakira and The Pussy Cat Dolls and he chose the latter, "because there's more of them" !
But hey I'm inconsistent, so I chose neither of the jackets and instead opted for this supersoft Arran sweater (Primark AW18, £10).
And off I went on my morning constitutional.
But of course the jumper soon came off, it was amazingly hot for this time of year. Have I mentioned our glorious Indian Summer? Well, maybe not in the last few paragraphs!
This was the perfect outfit for the weather, for the activity ... and for me!
A la perchoine,