I have seen this combination of pink and emerald green somewhere and decided to wear it in an outfit. I knew I had a jumper in emerald but nothing else and then I have remembered the peacock earrings that haven’t been out since early 2000, I’m still surprised that they have not disintegrated and they definetely make a statement.
Recently I find pink and red very fresh. I’m planning to make more outfits with these colour combinations. I have some tops and bottoms in those colours and I can interchange them. I will use the same bag, once you buy something good quality use it all the time, this one is genuine leather so it will not start peeling over time as fake leather does.
It is balmy warm for this time of the year so I’m starting to wear spring clothes in winter. The colour scheme is based on the colours of the blouse I had for years. Pink and mint together look very fresh.
Of course, when you buy something you intend to wear it a lot, but I have to say I did not think this grey jacket that I’m wearing will be worn all through the winter but as the temperature remain mild I reach for it more. The length is good for my figure and the colour is neutral. This time I’m wearing it with a jumper I have bought in the kid’s section because I have wanted it to stop in my waist and new but bought in the sale flared jeans. This is called half-flare and this might be the style to go for as they seem very wearable to me. And to match a pale grey scarf and grey, heeled boots.
I seem to gravitate towards similar colours, dusty pink is one of them. I had this skirt for more than 15 years, over the years it needed a few improvements, but it always fits into some of the current trends. Faux fur and leather are in, so are long skirts, so is the comfort, maybe minus the higher heels ;).
A charity shop finds as usual. I was trying to find an outfit to be able to wear this fun necklace and I think I have finally found it. The dress is good for any dinner parties as it is roomy enough to hide a ‘food baby’ but with high heels doesn’t look too frompy.