I threw on this outfit for chilling out (and for walking the dog) last Sunday and I realised it’s actually quite a cute look. In fact, I liked it so much I decided I should take some photos to show you! I bought these floaty red trousers from a Chinese shop in town a few months ago. I saw them and thought they’d work quite well for my photography shoots, not to mention that they’re perfect when the weather is warm. They’re incredibly comfortable too, which is such a bonus!
When we were walking the dog, the breeze was actually a little chilly so I took my black cardigan with me. It’s one of many cardigans I’ve bought from H&M over the years. I love the shape and the round neck. I’ve got it in grey, pale pink, green, orange, khaki and snake print! You’d think I might actually be a bit obsessed with them lol! But I wear them a lot throughout the cooler months.
I was wearing a simple black ‘sports’ bra from Primark. It’s not actually a sports bra, there’s no support, but it’s not a regular bra either. Again, I have them in numerous colours because they’re so comfortable! The red vest top is also from Primark, and (surprise, surprise), I have it in every colour possible lol. They’ve been my go-to vests for chilling out for years, although lately, I tend to wear my H&M vests more often because they’re a little thicker. The black sandals are just cheap ones from the local Guimaraes shoe shop, but they’re ok for walking the dog and hanging out in the garden!
The book I’m reading is Insatiable by Meg Cabot—a great vampire novel! Anyway, that’s enough about me and my outfit for chilling out. Let’s get on with the link-up!
One of my favourites last week was Shelbee’s Style Imitating Art post which I also took part in. We were styling the most beautiful artwork: Ellen Terry as Lady Macbeth by John Singer Sargent, and Shelbee’s look was simply breathtaking. Bearing in mind that green is my favourite colour, then you might understand why I LOVE this look so much! Shelbee’s photos, not to mention the dress and kimono are absolutely magnificent!