Not much to report today, other than showing you a few practise shots using camera, tripod and remote controller. I know the old saying practise makes perfect is so true, but I'm so impatient I want to be capturing fabulous 'selfies' now!
Without further ado, here's today offerings, but bear in mind I'm still a novice and I'm no Cecil Beaton, come to think of it chuckle, chuckle I'm no Twiggy either - laughing very loudly now!!
Today had me running around in this, Zara skinny jeans, these from the sale earlier on in the year - I paid roughly £15 for this dark blue block skinny. They make a welcome change to the faded and distressed jeans that are my go to favourite picks.
The jumper is from Peacocks, I just needed a neutral coloured jumper for a previous weekend away, when I went canal boating with some friends, check out the post here to see how much fun I had "messing about on the River". I love how this is such a relaxed looking jumper, with the slouch of the off the shoulder seam & box shape.
The gold beaded necklace is such a fabulous bold piece, I wear it often and always have someone say something nice about it. I received this from my sister-in-law - it's one of those pieces that is just so versatile.
Much coveted are my beige tassel boots! I simply adore them - and yes you've seen these on many posts See here and here. Tassels are everywhere, especially booties this season, if you've not already got some I suggest you head off now to grab yourself a pair - you wont be sorry!
Check these stunners from Wallis, Dorothy Perkins, Asos and for a wide fit J D Williams.
Paired with some skinnies a jumper and the obvious scarf you're good to go!
Trying hard not to look like an extra in Braveheart lol, Here's the scarf in all it's glory. I was drawn to the colour ways, I have to admit I do like 'boring' beige as It's sometimes called, but this is acceptable having got rust orange and blue alongside it. I know it will go with loads I have already in my wardrobe.
I would have preferred a square style rather than the long rectangle, but as it was only £4 from Primark I figured it'll be worth it's money even if I only wore it a few times. Anyway I can still look for a square option on my travels can't I??
I now look like I'm about to start dancing the Highland Fling! Isn't it a lovely choice of scarf?
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Bye for today, enjoy Tuesday. X