Fashion and Lifestyle Blogger for the over Fifties - sharing part of my life with you.

Monday, 3 October 2016

Burnt Orange or Rust - what do you call it?

Hi there, you all good?

So pleased to show you my post today.
You see I've been having some photos taken by my beautiful, talented and unassuming  god-daughter!

We took off in her little car to the local woods, a fantastic location with amazing scenery, I knew the shots would be good, be never thought they'd be this good!  The lighting, the setting and her patience, along with her relaxed demeanour made me at ease with the situation, and I quite enjoyed it - my one and only complaint was that she couldn't make me look thinner! Ha ha.

This entire outfit has been in my possession for quite a few years.  The tunic top similar here in one of my favourite colour trends of the season.  Burnt orange or rust whatever you prefer to call it has made an appearance on the catwalks and magazines throughout the run up to this season.  Last week seemed the ideal time to wear it for it's first outing this year.
I bought this from H and M basically for the colour.  It has an elasticated waist, slight cap sleeves and a collarless V neck.  When the weather changes I'll be layering with either a similar coloured long sleeve T shirt, or even a cream one.
Skinny jeans similar here were the option I picked, but this top could quite easily accompany leggings, or white jeans.
Bringing along these gorgeous sandals - they are the exact colour match for the tunic and an obvious choice for this outfit.  I know I won't get very much wear from these once the weather really changes but for the time being I'm going with them - there's always next year!






I love how this chunky necklace picks out the autumnal colours, it's mixture of beads and pendants in the colours ranging from brown, rust, cream and wood,  It's been a part of my necklace collection for many years.  I've found some great alternatives for you herehere and here.





 Love these!   From M & S outlet shop for a bargain just under £15.  I'd already got these in white and when I found them in the tan option I jumped on them.  The block heel makes for a sturdy step (just as well in the woods, it was rather uneven in places!)
The pewter heel made a pleasant contrast to the tan cross over upper.
Check out these similar beauties from River Island here.

Photographs courtesy of Esther Ruby.

Linking with Dawn Lucy fromFashionshouldbefun.

Enough of me now, happy Monday - enjoy the rest of your day. X
                                                      
                                                   Jacqui B.

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  1. Lovely photos Jacqui. I love that rust coloured top x
    www.vanityandmestyle.com

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    1. Thanks very much Laurie, I'm so pleased with them and it was a real treat to have them taken for me 'on location' so to speak. lol It's a favourite colour of mine for now, along with the mustard. x

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  2. What a gorgeous outfit!! You look like part of the scenery with that color!!
    jodie
    www.jtouchofstyle.com

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    1. Lol, yes I felt like part of the scenery too. The different leaves matched so well. Thanks for stopping by Jodie.x

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    1. So nice of you to say, it's one of my favourite colours.

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  4. I call it rust and someone called it pumpkin spice the other day. Lovely fall color and what a nice top too.
    Thank you for linking up to "Bloggers Who Have Inspired Me" link up
    Rachel xo
    http://garaytreasures.com

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    1. Thanks for your lovely comments, glad you like it too. Nice you stopped by - thanks. x

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