Even though I wasnt a big fan of red I’ve come to love it recently. I think if its paired with the right colours it is one of the chicest and most elegant colours to add to an outfit.
Today I woke up feeling determined to wear a more spring looking outfit. I even tried to wear the new pair of slippers I bought. But saw the weather and thought that I’d be mad if I wear lighter clothes and slippers. So I came up with what I’m wearing here; as you can see there are no spring vibes 😦
This will be my last winter-looking post but it will certainly not be the last of the frills and ruffles. The trend sneaked into our fashion lives about a year ago, at least that’s when I bought my first ruffled ZARA top. But as I was buying it I never realised how big the trend would get. Last night’s Burberry fashion show, held as part of London fashion Week, confirmed that frills will continue to be a trend in Spring and I’m just hoping that it will be so big that I will be able to wear all my new ruffled knitwear, like the one in this post, in Autumn/Winter 2017.
It’s Friday 9th December which means that we are almost two weeks away from Christmas. This also means that all the Christmas parties have begun and for us ladies this means shopping new party outfits, new dresses (most of the times), shoes and makeup, and everything else that an outfit can be made up of. A very large proportion of us get so carried out with all the Christmas advertisements and all the offers being sent by the shops that we end up buying a whole lot more than just one party outfit or what we actually had in mind. I think all this shopping craziness begins with the Black Friday sales.