Outfit of the day 20/11/20

Regular readers of this blog will be aware that I have been struggling with ill-health for many years. My situation has not improved this year as I am spending even more time in bed and have only been able to leave the house a handful of times. To be honest, I live in fear and dread every day.

I am trying to cheer myself up by wearing some of my lovely accessories, even if I sometimes still keep my pyjamas on underneath! After all, I am very lucky to have a small collection of expensive Hermès scarves and a larger collection of cheap and cheerful jewellery and, yes, even more scarves!

Outfit of the day 20/11/20 with Seasalt scarf

Today’s outfit:

  • Navy cashmere v-neck jumper – John Lewis.
  • Grey cord trousers – Lands’ End.
  • Red and clear Swarovski Crystal necklace and earrings – Warren James (gift from Younger Son).
  • Red and multi-colour velour rectangular scarf  – Seasalt (recent present from my Sister). Worn in a simple drape in order to show the necklace.

I have been looking at my scarf collection and am determined to work my way through, trying them all on over the next few weeks. Some of my older, cheaper ones may still be left to lurk in their drawer, but I will try to brighten my mood by wearing my favourites again. You will see the results on here.

Happy Weekend to you all!

Love and best wishes,

Anne

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