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Forecast high here today was 38°c, which was probably reached, if my car temperature reading was anything to go by. I was working and wore a Fenn Wright Manson cotton-lined silk dress (Passiflora) and a Jaeger linen jacket. I was hot, but looked smart.
My dress from Asda. It's red with lighter red flowers which are surrounded by a navy and white boarder. It was only £14. Navy blue shoes and navy bag. I thought the weather was fine today. Not too hot or too cold
I wore everything in my wardrobe for approximately 40 seconds. Having a massive clear out and deciding what to keep. Muggy and wet in London. Great combination. Autumn leaves on the streets though which is rarely weird for mid August.
Deep pink leopard print top, LK Bennett Greige tailored trousers, White Stuff Black suede low heeled shoes, M&S
I didn't feel hugely comfy in this outfit. I've put on a few pounds since I last wore the trousers, and they were a little on the tight side. And the top is quite wide-necked, so I have to wear a strapless bra, which felt sticky and uncomfortable. Humph.
I'm in Dorset and it was cool.i wore black suede boots, a boho skirt dark red with large bold black , cream and dash of purple flowers. Very striking. £4 charity shop.( brand new too) black long sleeved top with white stitching round neck and sleeves.
Totally agree re mild and wet. We were travelling home from Cornwall so in a car all day dodging rain. I wore Boden bistro animal print ankle grazers in grey and navy Grey slouchy tee shirt with silk insert,Mint Velvet White leather Stan Smiths.