What are we wearing today?-saturday

(38 Posts)
Pinupgirl Sat 26-Oct-13 10:16:14

I am wearing-

red Dolores top-collectif
polly Paddington tartan skirt-collectif
grey argyle tights-jonathan aston
grey shoe boots-new look
red dietrich trench-collectif

Geckos48 Sat 26-Oct-13 18:12:25

comfy trousers
comfy top
no bra

TheOneAndOnlyAlpha Sat 26-Oct-13 18:15:31

Straight leg gap jeans
A jumper my mum knitted in a lovely plum colour. This would have been tragic a few years ago but right now it is very geek chic. Saw a similar one in Grazia not long ago. I love my mum smile

Gecko I love the sound of your outfit, may copy now.

It's the first actually chilly day we have had here so far so.....
Straight leg indigo skinny jeans.
White lace edged cami (Joe Browns) which just shows under:
Navy scoop neck top with tie detail to hip and very pretty sail boat design (charity shop - I think New Look originally).
Long navy cardigan (Joe Browns).
Bright blue elephant print scarf (eBay).
Deep periwinkle classic Uggs.

Bit of an eclectic mix from me:
Button up denim skirt
White short sleeve top (needed my flu jab, so arms could be bared)
Green cashmere cardi
Footless tights (to have bare feet for the pool changing room after DS swam)
Black shoe-boots
I needed my Didriksons Taylor coat while I was out- it poured down and I saw snug and dry!

All picked for practicality, not style I'm afraid!

umiaisha Sat 26-Oct-13 21:09:11

Now - disgracefully old PJ bottoms and OH's tshirt!

Earlier - mustard jumper (River Island)
black vest top (Primani)
black waxed skinnies (Topshop)
black cut out ankle boots (Office)

scarlet76 Sat 26-Oct-13 21:54:52

blue relaxed skinnys - Next
Fitted navy stripe breton - Jigsaw
Skinny leopard print belt - JL
Gold leather pointed flats - Boden

Ujjayi Sat 26-Oct-13 22:29:43

I am on my 3rd outfit of the day.

Painting this morning:
Check shirt (Boden)
Khaki vest (F&F)
Navy sweatpants (DS1's wardrobe grin )

Out this afternoon & channelling this kind of look with
skinny black trousers (H&M)
Black boho style vintage tunic (Biba)
Black biker boots (Faith)
Velvet Kimono Jacket (Toast)

Now: pj trousers (Cyberjammies) with vest & cashmere jumper (F&F)

CointreauVersial Sat 26-Oct-13 22:54:05

Navy and brown striped slouchy jumper, Phase Eight
Skinnies, Zara
Brown furry gilet, JL John Lewis, via charity shop
Blue scarf with silver trim, River Island
Black Ugg-alike boots, Clarks

SundaySimmons Sat 26-Oct-13 23:42:38

Today I wore

A black shirt/blouse from h&m which has slightly puffed shoulders.

Black skinny jeans courtesy of a Tesco!

Black boots from Clarks. mojita sorbet. Stupid stupid name.

A hot pink pashmina which I have sewn the ends together and made an infinity scarf which I wear wrapped twice around my neck.

I dug out an old trench/mac from Gotham Angels which is in a green camouflage fabric and has a hot pink lining. Not worn this in years and might start wearing it again.

Indoors, back into a onesie.

ShreddedHoops Sun 27-Oct-13 00:35:41

Foxy - my poncho is from George at Asda via a charity shop and is a size 18, I'm an 8! But it's so soft and cosy, it's genuinely my favourite new season purchase smile I'm eyeing the Hush poncho but I've eyed it for a few years now... a bit too ££ for me atm really I think. What ones have you bought?

Ujjayi Mon 28-Oct-13 07:53:43

Shredded - my favourite purchases have been from charity shops too smile

WRT the Hush poncho....I have had differing experiences with their knits: slouch v neck, merino henley, henley jumper dress all great. The cardigown looked cheap & worn within a very short space of time. Very disappointed.

ShreddedHoops Mon 28-Oct-13 13:47:04

I have the Henley dress and I do like it but it doesn't sit massively well on me, I got the S/M and probably should have got the XS. I got it in the sale and not sure it's worth £50 although the fabric is nice...The quality really does vary at Hush. They have free delivery and returns atm I think so might order to try - the poncho sold out last year so I don't want to wait til sales and miss out!

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