Purple brown tunic

First of all guys & girls, I have to slow down. At this pace, posting a new outfit every day, I will be exhausted soon and my marriage might suffer. Having a more than fulltime job, it is not easy to take photos, choose the right ones, adjust them to a better size and write articles. Every day. I have underestimated the task.

So …. how about every other day? Will you still follow me? I do hope so.

Today I will show you my purple brown tunic. I can wear it “up” with black trousers and high heeled boots. Or “down” with jeans and flat boots. I can wear it with a blouse of with a T-shirt.

I especially like the back of the tunic. Most things I do not like at the back, but this one…hmmm, nice.
High heels are my preference (always), but if I want to go shopping my flat boots are a better choice and the outfit will still look nice.

What is your ideal combination with this tunic?


Above left: I did not take into account I was wearing jeans with a big belt underneath the tunic, so the tummy part of the tunic is sticking out a little.

Photo above: black pearls sometimes look purple. The pearl in my ring is more purple than the necklace and the earrings.

You have already seen a close-up of my high heeled cognac boots on December 7, so I am only showing the flat ones.
Till Tuesday.
Greetje

Olive green dress

Today something nicer than yesterday… my olive green dress from LaDress (la dress online). A lovely online shop with dresses that will suit any woman. You can dress them up or down. (I do not get paid for this advertising haha, I just like the shop.)

You will see my olive green dress with shoes and a brass wolves necklace. With a peach top and peach / black dotted scarf as belt. With pink/cream boots (Suzanne, these are for you) and with my black boots.
You can pick and choose what you like best.

Perhaps you will see this dress again in the future as Anja styled it with some more items, clever little thing.

Now I have to upload the photos very quickly as my husband wants his dinner on the table. It is my turn to cook.

Greetje