Don’t really care if the velvet/velour is still in fashion. This blazer is perfect for this type of weather, warm, not hot. It has 3/4 length sleeves, so you don’t have to constantly roll them up and it’s fitted so you can wear it over thin garments. I’m wearing it with a broderie anglaise top which makes a nice texture contrast. As I have more time now I’m trying to wear more accessories, hence the earrings and a different shopper.
So who would believe, but charity shops have sales too. Let’s be honest, how much use will I get out of cropped, camouflage trousers? Not that much, but for a £1 I will take the chance. On the other hand, the waistcoat should become staple in my wardrobe and for only £3 that is a bargain. I have done everything in army green and black colours.
I have worn these dungarees a few times and every time I’m trying to give them a different feel. I have done sporty and casual this time is sexier. I have found this top in a charity shop and got it as it is a good basic but it has a very deep decolletage so I have turned it back to front to make it more season-appropriate. Long silver earrings to match the hardware in the dungarees and a blazer to elevate it slightly which I later swapped for a jacket as it got chillier.