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These past few weeks weather wise, have been dreadful. Not even a brolly can save you on such days where you are not only enduring the blistering cold, you are also faced with gusty winds and rain. Attempts to invest in astronger brolly are to no avail,  the wind would still turn it ‘the wrong way up’. The result, continual bad hair days, not even hair spray does prevents this. 

To salvage my morning efforts to somewhat stay presentable, I tend to wear beanies and fedora’s. This Asos one is a fave because it fits just right, and it hasn’t yet been blown off my head which is a Win! plus it’s right up my street in terms of simplicity.

For a chic- casual day look ensuring warmth, I wore my soft chunky knit,  ripped jeans, khaki trench andmy current fave ankle boots. If I fancied something more simpler, apair of converses and beanie do just that!

Summer please come quicker, or better yet an opportunity of a sunny getaway. Yessssss I prefer the latter!!!

Midi skirts are right up my street when it comes to spring transitional pieces, especially now that they come indifferent fabrics, fits and textures. Literally an all year round necessity. I shoot this look late autumn but delays meant I couldn’t post it earlier. It was slightly chilly but opted to forgo tights to show the entirety of the look, mind you, it wouldn’t do the outfit justice anyway!

Confession! I have a love for striped tees nothing can shake off, so to sass up my typical blues and blacks, I picked this in green and it worked well with my Asos structured skirt. You can’t quite see the detailing just above the waist which sucks, but I loved the fact it is typically A-Line but has some sort of asymmetric thing going.. Okay!! Enough of me trying to enhance your visuals. To finish up I slipped into what I call my ‘Cinderella heels’. Overall I love that this look is comfy yet slightly dressy.

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                                                         Lots Of Love

Essie

Photography by my dearest : simonavision.weebly.com

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