It’s so good to be back guys! We had a lovely time on our family trip to Cornwall but its always so nice to get home and sleep in your own bed and be amongst your own things (and wake up to your own wardrobe filled with all your lovely clothes, rather than a limiting suitcase) But it was lovely and we’re already planning our next trip back perhaps in Spring next year. I would actually love to return to see Tintagel castle sans kids and climb to the top and do the hundreds of steps too, so that gives me a good reason to perhaps book a cheeky little weekend away for me and hubs, that would be sweeet!
Autumn is looking pretty wet in this neck of the woods, seriously rainy and windy ( to the point where our town has seen some roofs flying off and crashing on to peoples houses and all-sorts or trouble!) But the weather is still freakishly mild, im kinda routing for a cold spell to be honest , i know call me crazy, but there’s nothing i love more than a crisp cold autumn morning, bundling up in scarf’s and hats and big thick coats and going for a long walk.
But the mild weather does mean more biker jacket wearing. I know for a fact as soon as the cold weather hits i tend to ditch my little lovely jackets for big thick quilt like coats. I may like the cold, but i am a complete wimp and need my thermals, like the little old lady i am- heehee!
But scarves will definitely be a major fixture for the foreseeable. I just love how they can jazz up any outfit. And this dress im wearing went on sale (couple of sizes left here) after i’d been eyeing it for a few weeks so that was my outfit for today sorted. I am seriously going to have to curb the self spending the next couple of months, with a certain big day less than a couple of months away now.I need to get some serious planning on!!
Are there any items you’re getting your wear out of whilst its still mild to do it?
Or do you carry on wearing items regardless of the dropping temperatures?
Dress: Dorothy Perkins
Biker Jacket: F&F (Tesco)
Boots & Scarf: New Look