Well, stepping out of my very utterly British ways i'm going out on a limb to say I really like my outfit.
Yep, i just really like this combination.
Speaking of being a completely awkward Brit i have further terrible proof.
Yesterday i went on a rare date with Salvatore (that's the hubby btw), to the cinema.
We got our tickets and headed over for the obligatory nachos.
The young lad behind the counter served me, handed my nachos and said 'Enjoy your film'
To which I responded 'Thanks, you too!'
I mean c'mon...! What an absolute plonker. I looked like i was on day relsease and my poor husband just scooted me on as if he were my poor carer.
I am honestly so socially awkward I actually embarrass myself.
The poor lad had the courtesy to laugh, but i nearly dropped my nachos as i was in stitches at my own stupid ways.
So if we ever meet, which would be epic by the way, be prepared for a socially awkward but kind hearted complete an utter plonker.
Anyway back to the khaki obsession. Its at the point where i loved this skirt so much that, even though it is completely sold out in my size, i bought the next size up.
But, it sits a little lower now which is mostly better and besides, i can always get it taken in..somehow.
I also managed to pull out my fluffy black gilet from hibernation too, which honestly, i forgot how much i loved.
Its perfect for this mild weather we've been having, and for those days when you're just in the car or popping to the shops, like me yesterday.
Paired together and i just felt like i'd hit the outfit jackpot for the day
Pat on the back for my awkward self.
Grandad style Blouse: H&M (Super similar and lovely)
Black Pointed Loafers: River Island (Similar)
Michael Kors Riley Bag