Monday, 13 July 2009

8 days to go: Odd


An odd kind of day.
It wasn't exactly cold but it wasn't warm either.
One thing was for sure - it was wet.
Very wet.
To cheer myself up I opted for the cardigan that always gets positive compliments.
And the skirt I have come to love.
Just a week to go now and I think I am finally finding my style.
I wore:
Shoes - Clarks
Skirt - Tesco
Cami - Marks and Spencer
Cardigan - ASOS
Ring and bangles - Top Shop
Necklace - Monsoon

12 comments:

Sharon Rose said...

Hi there-thanks so much for your well wishes, so kind of you and much appreciated! A lovely outfit, your cardi is just so versatile and stylish, I could do with something very similiar!!

Shopaholic said...

Love the cardi. Don't you just love days like this, sunny when you leave the house and raining, pouring, old man is snoring, later that same day!

eednic said...

love the cardigan and skirt! great color in this outfit too! yay!

Sheila said...

This is definitely a great look on you! The silhouette is lovely.

Work With What You've Got said...

Amazing cardi!~ Love this look.

Elaine said...

This is such a great outfit! I think it looks great on you!!! I love it.



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Stacy said...

Seriously great outfit! Love the cardigan....

Kari said...

That is the cutest outfit. Beautiful! You are so close to the end. :)

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