Outfit of the day 29/03/19

It has been such a gorgeous sunny day, so far. In honour of the weather, and in an attempt to lift my rather grey mood, I decided to wear a really bright outfit for my counselling appointment this morning. I am having trouble sleeping at the moment and felt quite poorly when I got up. The session, therefore, was a bit of a struggle, although very useful as ever, so we didn’t go for lunch afterwards but came straight home. Lovely Husband had bought in some nice treats for our meal (smoked trout – one of my favourites), so I wasn’t too disappointed that we hadn’t gone to the pub!

Cobalt blue and bright yellow were the main colours today. I think I can just about carry them off. Some makeup would have helped, but I felt too tired to put any on. It was warm enough to go out without a coat and I carried my matching bluette Pompei midi-Muse Massaccesi handbag. So much lovely blue 💙💙💙! The Hermès scarf, Au Coeur de la Vie, has a bright yellow border surrounding a scene bursting with rainforest life in glorious colours – the depictions of animals, birds, flowers, insects and plants are truly amazing.

Outfit of the day 29/03/19 with Hermès’ Au Coeur de la Vie scarf

Outfit of the day 29/03/19 with Hermès’ Au Coeur de la Vie scarf

Today’s outfit:

  • Cobalt blue cotton mix crew-neck top – Lands’ End.
  • Cobalt blue cotton mix crew-neck cardigan – Lands’ End.
  • Indigo cotton jeans – Cotton Traders.
  • Blue crystal and silver earrings – Sonrisa Boutique.
  • Indian blue leather and pale gold Vara bracelet – Ferragamo.
  • Silk scarf, 90cm, in yellow, green, turquoise (and loads more other colours) – Au Coeur de la Vie – Hermès. Tied casually using a bias fold and a slip knot.

It was so nice to get out of pyjamas today and into nice clothes and accessories!

Hope that you all have lovely weekends wherever you may be.

Best wishes,

🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞

About The Librain

Retired School Librarian
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