Most of my tights are from M&S but I bought these yellow beauties from Accessorize and think I’ve been converted! They’re SO comfortable and the colour is deliciously rich. Like my legs have been dipped in yellow paint! Wearing yellow makes me feel so happy and smiley. Happy Wednesday! 🙂
Now, I’m a pretty organised girl. I never have chipped nails. My handwriting is neat. I always remembered my P.E. kit at school. So why does my wardrobe look like this?! I can only blame it on my creative mind… ahem…
I’m a habitual clearer – every three months I pull everything out and I’m brutal with my eBay/charity shop/bin piles. When that’s all done, I fastidiously organise my wardrobe, line up all my shoes and admire the results. Lovely.
One week later… see photo. Anyone else have similar problems?
I really love this outfit. The dress is a classic wardrobe piece that I wear time and time again. Starting this blog has made me really think about what I’m putting on every morning – I don’t have a HUUUUUUGE collection of clothing, which means I often wear the same things again and again. The trick is learning how to make each outfit look fresh and new. Coloured tights have been my saviour, I’m building up a mighty fine collection that I can mix and match with different dresses.
This blazer was a summer purchase. It’s a fab, slouchy jersey material but has the tendency to swamp me and look a little… saggy. By belting it like this, I got a nice, sharp shape that looks pretty modern. And it makes my lovely floral dress look brand spanking new. Outfit win!
Another day, another dollar. Or pound, as the case may be. Today’s outfit is a tried and tested favourite of mine – what’s not to love about stripes, red tights and flamingos? Nothing I tell you, absolutely nothing. I originally paired the flamingo vest with my new high waisted tulip skirt but felt too dressed up for work (and the skirt is quite tight and not particularly suitable for a day spent sitting at a desk!) so changed to my failsafe.
I don’t want to add up how much this little lot cost me…
It’s a well known fact among my friends, family and workmates that I love nail varnish. I almost always have painted nails – it’s an instant happy boost. Painting your nails doesn’t make you feel too fat, too tall, big footed or uncool like clothes and shoes can on a bad day. Looking down at a brightly coloured perfect 10 (or 20, if I have bare feet!) is a great feeling.
This is only a small portion of my huge collection. These are my favourite shades and brands, and right now I’m rocking chocolate brown. I actually got rid of quite a few pots a few weeks ago, including a poorly advised pink glitter and a neon yellow that stained my nails through base coat.
So, my tip for a gloomy day is to give your nails a lick of paint. Not only will it cheer you up no end, but it gives you a great get out clause when it comes to housework. Happy painting!