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First lovely day here!I am wearing-silver with butterfly print prom dress-lady vintage Londonlilac 3/4 sleeve cardigan-primarksilver wedges-dune sale from years agolarge pink flower in victory rolled hair-primark
Lovely here too (Glasgow)Your outfit sounds fab. Mine is comfy and barely worth a mention (tunic and leggings...) but I did not wear boots today, for the first time in months. Old asos flat b&w sort of ballet shoes instead.
Loose fit J Brand vintage wash skinnies rolled upNavy/neon green Gap striped sweaterWas wearing leopard print ponyskin loafers until my white cowboy boots arrived and are now being worn!
distressed boyfriend fit jeans rolled up (diesel)neon yellow tee (J crew)grey jersey biker jacket (rag and bone)navy conversetan studded cross body bag (campomaggi)
Sportswear. Just been for a cycle!
Slim fit khaki jeansGrey and white stripe vestRussian doll sugar skull print oversize vestPurple cardiganBlack velvet Dr Martens (I know its warm but I need the ankle support right now)
Pale wash skinnies - M&Sleopard print ballet shoes - Clarksblack jumper - CosGlad you're pleased with your boots, Amber.
Skinnies H&MBlack shirt - All SaintsLeopard print heels - they've been lurking unworn in my wardrobe for months so thought sod it, and wore them on the school run today
I bloody love 'em Remus, and am so far resisting the urge to belt out 'Jolene'.
But surely that's the whole point?
Remus, I think we were shoe twins today.I have the Clarks leopard print "hairy" ballet flats with the little black bows, bought recently.Bloody comfortable.
I love them, CV, but have just walked for about 2 hours in them and they were not that comfortable by the end! They are great for work.
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