Outfit of the day 08/02/19

After a very difficult week, today has been pretty good so far. I was able to get up, dress in a nice outfit and go to my counselling appointment in the morning. Mind you, I have to climb two flights of stairs to get to the room and this always tires me out and leaves me wheezing. After the session, I felt really dizzy as I walked back to the car park. Maybe I looked like a drunk to any onlookers!

We came straight home instead of having a pub lunch like last week, but I did manage to stay downstairs for most of the afternoon. I enjoy watching the Vera TV series, based on Ann Cleeves’ characters, so we viewed the latest episode.

I have washed most of my cashmere this week and was able to wear my favourite navy cashmere v-neck with this outfit:

Outfit of the day 08/02/19 with Hermès’ L’Arbre du Vent scarf

Outfit of the day 08/02/19 with Hermès’ L’Arbre du Vent scarf

Today’s outfit:

  • Navy cashmere v-neck jumper – John Lewis.
  • Navy cotton stretch cord trousers – Lands’ End.
  • Navy leather shoes – Sugar – Hotter.
  • Amethyst and silver earrings – Blue Nile.
  • Teal metallic leather and pale gold wrap bracelet – Polsino – Massaccesi.
  • Silk scarf, 90cm, in purple, blue, green and teal – L’Arbre du Vent – Hermès. Tied in a cowboy cowl knot.

I had intended to wear my gorgeous purple suede boots with this outfit, but, as it was raining heavily, I changed into my sturdy navy shoes instead. The cowboy cowl knot is a good one to choose when wearing a v-neck as you can tuck the pointed corners into the neckline, if you wish. This particular scarf, however, has such a beautiful contrast hem that I prefer to show it off!

I am also feeling happy today because I have had a lovely video chat with Younger Son this afternoon. He is so lovely to talk to and always cheers me up!

Anyway, I hope that you all have a great weekend.

Best wishes,


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Retired School Librarian
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