Oh gosh … this is going to be such a boring post…. Again… me in skinnies, again the coated skinnies which you have seen a thousand times before (here, here, here and here…. I rest my case). Maybe I can turn it into a good thing and say “they are very versatile”? Agreed? This time I am wearing them with a cream sweater. Brand name: Marc by Marc Jacobs and a present from my husband. He even picked it from the clothes rack.
Yes my husband is a gem. For more reasons than the above.
I laughed when I tried it on. This is a spring sweater and it is thicker and warmer than the thin blouses I have seen (and bought) in winter. The fashion world is a strange world. Mind you… spring or no spring, you can see by my face that the pictures were taken on a COLD day. And a fierce wind blowing does not make my hair look nice either. The cuff bracelet I wore before with my red tunic and studded belt. (I forgot about that outfit which is a shame as it looks good. Mental note: wear it again.)
There is one annoying thing about the sweater. At least annoying for me. I am a necklace person, owning loads of necklaces. And these zippers draw all the attention to themselves, making a necklace impossible. Even a scarf is too much. On the other hand, it gives me the opportunity to wear the bracelet and the python shoes (worn before, here, here, here and the best: here).
If you look at all the “here-links” in this post, you see that I am using my stuff more than once.
Below: the pictures with my burgundy skinnies and top were taken by Alexandra.Above and below: oh…so cold.Below: all right.. I admit.. rather corny: it says “Hands in hair” on the barbers window, so I put my hands in my hair… not funny at all. I really have to think of something funny next time. Or perhaps this short story? In the elevator at work, a man pointed at my trolley suitcase which I use to schlepp around all sorts of stuff, and said: “are you going on holiday?” I replied: “No, this trolley holds my high heels and my lunch.” He looked at me and came back with: “In that case, you either have very large feet or an enormous appetite.”