I mentioned in yesterdays’ post, this was the outfit I originally had planned for this month’s Style Not Age theme. But at the last minute I changed my mind and decided on traditional blue for my Denim Directions look. I’ve now got a few weeks off work so I need to resist the temptation to slob around in my scruffs. Making the effort to put on makeup and clothes that I feel good in (nothing fancy, just not PJs or tracksuit bottoms) makes an enormous difference to my mood and productivity.
I’ve actually got two pairs of camo print jeans, the others are a darker colourway. This lighter pair is what I consider a true camo print and makes more of a statement. The khaki base makes them versatile though, and they look great with a classic white or chambray shirt for a casual outfit. Pairing the camo print skinny jeans and red wrap top creates more of a dressy look, especially with heels.
The striped faux fur clutch adds another fun element…plus it’s big enough to hold all of my essentials. I just wish it had a detachable shoulder strap to make it more versatile.
This gorgeous sterling silver rose gold plated owl necklace was kindly gifted to me by oNecklace. You all know how much I love wildlife! I’m lucky enough to get really close to different types of owls when I’m doing my volunteer work at the wildlife hospital – my favourites are the eagle owls…they’re huge with beautiful amber eyes!
oNecklace has a large range of jewellery that can be personalised, including name and initial necklaces. But I was instantly drawn to this pendant which is actually from the kids’ section. It’s available in silver and yellow gold plating too. You can also choose between two types of clasp and chain (mine is box chain with a lobster clasp) and five length options. Worldwide shipping is free too!
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