When i walked down in to the living room and husband saw me in this outfit his words to me were:
“Wow, you look really pretty today, its like your old style”
to which i replied
“So you prefer how i used to dress?
Aaand then he made a remark about how i over think things and can’t i just accept a compliment.
But by that point I kinda felt like it was a back handed compliment. Old style vs New Style, hhhmm.
What i think he meant was that it reminded him of when i used to where floral dresses all.the.time.
Which it would now appear he liked.
And apparently i still can’t totally walk past a pretty floral dress as this one jumped in to my trolley at Tesco when it was on super sale for just £7.00. With its long but light sleeves and pretty pink and purple print its been making a great transitional dress. I kinda think i’ve brought it into a more ‘Current me’ style with the biker jacket (which is my beloved item that the wonderful Erica posted back to me super swiftly after it did the rounds for #frockswapuk).
The canvas tote bag is a £1 special from Primark emblazoned with the letter R, i just couldn’t refuse an initialled bag.
Apparently i can’t refuse much lately… I guess old habits do die hard 😉
Dress & Scarf: F&F Tesco
Jackt: c/o George at Asda
So tell me, is there a ‘thing’ you just can’t quit, whether it’s florals, or scarves or bags or shoes..
or all of the above (like me, again apparently;)
Just a wee sidenote from me, i’m currently away in Cornwall on a family holiday completely without wifi or any internet, which i’m either probably loving or running around like a mad woman, climbing the walls holding my phone to the sky to just get one bar of signal/3g/any internet at all.
Either way i hope you’re having a lovely week and i really really look forward to coming back to you as soon as i’m home.
On Apr 24, 2014 12:00 PM, “